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Internationalist Books Benefit with Salt To Bitters, Humble Tripe 

When: Fri., Aug. 13, 9:30 p.m. 2010

Progressively minded, not-for-profit bookstores aren't known for rolling in cash. So Internationalist Books, the Franklin Street store that has been at the task since 1981, is enlisting some musical aid to help pay the bills. And while the store itself is political in outlook, the two bands playing its benefit are far more romantic: Chapel Hill's Salt to Bitters make languid folk that centers on the tattered-heart tantrums of singer Tony T. Raver. Durham's more mellow Humble Tripe turns its odds-and-sods instrumentation into clean but visceral odes that go down like cool mountain water.—Jordan Lawrence



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