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Lud, Midway Charmers 

When: Fri., Feb. 24, 10 p.m. 2012
Price: $5

Some readers may know Kirk Ross as the former editor of the Carrboro Citizen, the burg's community newspaper, or as the Independent's Exile on Jones Street columnist, and not as the leader of Lud, one of Orange County's most tenured indie rock bands. In all capacities, Ross displays a developed knowledge of his home: Lud mellows out the slacker tones that made Chapel Hill famous in the '90s, grafting the nervy sound of peers like Archers of Loaf to the more laid-back approach of R.E.M. Sometimes, this makes their music more sleepy than comforting, but when it works it's a more than adequate reminder of the good old days. Midway Charmers open. —Jordan Lawrence

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