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Yep Roc Records' Glenn Dicker Reflects on Twenty Years of Legacy-Building LPs

Yep Roc Records' Glenn Dicker Reflects on Twenty Years of Legacy-Building LPs

The Hillsborough label celebrates its twentieth anniversary this weekend with concerts at Cat's Cradle and in Carrboro.

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Is It a Good Idea to Call a Country and Southern-Rock Concert a Carolina Uprising?

Music Feature Charlie Daniels, the Marshall Tucker Band, Poco, and more perform at Cary's Koka Booth Amphitheatre on Saturday, under the banner Carolina Uprising.

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Record Review: ZenSoFly Blooms Into Hip-House With Her New Sunflowers EP

Music Briefs Her refined throwback approach runs the risk of novelty, but Sunflowers benefits from ZenSoFly’s microphone prowess.

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Record Review: P.A.T. Junior Teams Up With Kooley High's Sinopsis to Remix Black & Mild

Music Briefs The pair's collaboration, Smoke Signals, takes reinvented look at the Raleigh rapper's originals.

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Live: Bill Callahan Sees How Low He Can Go

Music Briefs At Duke Performances Saturday night, the esteemed singer-songwriter explored the depth of his voice and his songs.

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Duke Performances’ Ten-day Monk@100 Festival Celebrates the Unbounded Legacy of One of Jazz’s Greatest Architects

Music Feature The ambitious undertaking at the Durham Fruit & Produce Company explores every aspect of the titanic pianist's work.

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Tricky’s Thought-Leading Trip-Hop Discography Remains Uneven But Thrilling

Music Feature The former Massive Attack member headlines Raleigh's Lincoln Theatre Thursday night.

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Record Review: Rachel Kiel's Shot From a Cannon

Music Briefs Keil celebrates the release of her latest LP Tuesday night at the Cat's Cradle Back Room.

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Record Review: Drug Yacht Slings Hot Riffs and Hilarity on The Van Warmer

Music Briefs The Durham trio of Daves offers a densely packed, rewarding romp on its latest record.

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The Once-Heavy Wand Gets in Tune With Its Melodic Side on Its New Album, Plum

Music Feature Catch Wand Tuesday night in Raleigh at Kings.

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When L.A. Beatmaker Linafornia Didn't See What She Wanted On Stage, She Decided to Do It Herself

Music Feature Linafornia headlines The Pinhook in Durham Friday night.

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Record Review: Estrangers Strike Gold on Gilded Palms

Music Briefs The Winston-Salem band has long appeared on the verge of a career-making breakthrough. That moment has arrived.

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Stretching Strings: The International Bluegrass Music Association Looks at Year Five in Raleigh

Music Feature The bluegrass institution's annual World of Bluegrass, which includes a wide variety of free and ticketed programming, is in Raleigh all week.

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Off Main: Our Picks for IBMA Week

Music Feature Had enough Steep Canyon Rangers? We're here to help.

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Molly Tuttle Is IBMA's First Female Nominee for Guitarist of the Year—And She’s Not Stopping There

Music Feature The twenty-four-year-old musician shares her thoughts on her work and the award she's up for Thursday night.

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Shouting, Shining, and Showing Pride at IBMA 2017

Music Feature Diversity efforts at this year's festival are positive steps toward a more inclusive IBMA.

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Nigerien Guitarist Mdou Moctar Reaches Beyond Boundaries of Country or Genre

Music Feature Moctar headlines Kings on Tuesday, October 3, part of his band's first ever tour of the United States.

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Charlie Daniels was born in Wilmington, N.C., in 1936; Bruce Springsteen was born in Long Branch, N.J., 1949. Both are …

by David Klein on Is It a Good Idea to Call a Country and Southern-Rock Concert a Carolina Uprising? (Music Feature)

So if the headliner of Carolina Uprising was Bruce Springsteen espousing his ultra liberal bullshit, the writer would be orgasmic. …

by Edward Tilley on Is It a Good Idea to Call a Country and Southern-Rock Concert a Carolina Uprising? (Music Feature)

Who is this clown that wrote this? LEAVE the South if you do not like it snowflake!

by Dannie Jackson on Is It a Good Idea to Call a Country and Southern-Rock Concert a Carolina Uprising? (Music Feature)

Meh - while I think the whole Rebel Flag thing, "heritage not hate" stuff IS a bunch of crap, but …

by Donovan Verrill on Is It a Good Idea to Call a Country and Southern-Rock Concert a Carolina Uprising? (Music Feature)

Charlie Daniels is a conservative not an extreme right winger and the name Southern Uprising is no different than the …

by James Milligan on Is It a Good Idea to Call a Country and Southern-Rock Concert a Carolina Uprising? (Music Feature)

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Charlie Daniels was born in Wilmington, N.C., in 1936; Bruce Springsteen was born in Long Branch, N.J., 1949. Both are …

by David Klein on Is It a Good Idea to Call a Country and Southern-Rock Concert a Carolina Uprising? (Music Feature)

So if the headliner of Carolina Uprising was Bruce Springsteen espousing his ultra liberal bullshit, the writer would be orgasmic. …

by Edward Tilley on Is It a Good Idea to Call a Country and Southern-Rock Concert a Carolina Uprising? (Music Feature)

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