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Mount Moriah, Old Bricks, Filthybird 

When: Thu., Oct. 21, 10 p.m. 2010
Price: Free

Three can't-miss locals—each with knockout vocalists—travel varying avenues of Americana. Heather McEntire's crisp, fragile coo cuts through the wide open spaces of Mount Moriah's rustic morass, though the slow-burning arrangements will be fuller than normal with well-traveled drummer Lee Waters and Megafaun's Phil and Brad Cook joining McEntire and longtime collaborator Jenks Miller tonight. Stuart Edwards' wavering, emotive voice is almost a dead ringer for Conor Oberst, and his Old Bricks suggest a more adventurous Bright Eyes. Greensboro's Filthybird comes with more distant roots, as Renee Mendoza's gorgeous, tender pipes tie together cosmic trips within a swirling galaxy of pop, indie rock and folk. —Spencer Griffith


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