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Restless Musician Ryan Gustafson Embraces Being a Folk-Rock Gem on Unsung Passage

Gustafson's band, The Dead Tongues, headline Cat's Cradle Saturday night.

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Arcade Fire's Story as Indie Rock Titans Began a Decade and a Half Ago in a Tiny Triangle Club

After a decade away from the area, the band returns for a show at Raleigh's Red Hat Amphitheater on Thursday.

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A Transformative Time Abroad Taught Felix Obelix's Wendy Spitzer to Play Well With Others

Spitzer shares a handful of new interdisciplinary projects with several collaborators to Nightlight on Saturday.

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Katharine Whalen's Decade-Long Break from Playing Squirrel Nut Zippers Songs Comes to an End

"It was just kind of in there, and it didn’t make me feel sad or bad ... It just made sense, in a weird way.”

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Snail Mail’s Lindsey Jordan Surfs a Wave of Sensation Surrounding her Debut Record

The band stops at The Pinhook in Durham Tuesday night

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The Cave Is Coming Back to Life. What Do Its New Owners Have Planned for its Next Chapter?

The fifty-year-old Chapel Hill club, which closed at the end of April, reopens with a string of shows this weekend.

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Rapper Dessa Does It All, From Hamilton Hits to Exploring the Intersection of Science and Romance

The Minneapolis maven headlines the Cat's Cradle Back Room Saturday night.

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From Johnny and June to Tim and Faith, Country Music Loves Power Couples, But There's More to it Than Meets the Eye

Faith Hill and Tim McGraw bring their Soul2Soul tour to Raleigh's PNC Arena Friday night.

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Can Pavement's Stephen Malkmus Hold His Own Against His Former Band's Ever-Expanding Legacy?

Touring in support of the new Sparkle Hard, Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks play at Carrboro's Cat's Cradle Tuesday night.

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Phil Cook Commits to His Community on His Second Record, People Are My Drug

Cook celebrates the album's release Thursday night at Cat's Cradle in Carrboro.

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Can Bob Weir and the Boys Bring the Grateful Dead Back to Life?

Get your answer on Saturday, when Dead & Company stops at Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek in Raleigh.

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Bill Ferris Collects His Life’s Work in Voices of Mississippi, a Portal into the Complex Cultural Landscape of the South

"Everyone we meet in the course of a day has a story, a really important story, and we just touch the very top of a deep well of information."

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Caique Vidal Brings Brazil to the Bull City with His Joyful, Eclectic Ensembles

Caique Vidal & Batuque take over Motorco in Durham Saturday night to celebrate the release of TYSM.

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Find Your Own Life Philosophy in a Pair of Big-Name Country Gigs This Weekend

Willie Nelson and Sturgill Simpson headline the Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek Friday night, while Sugarland and Brandy Clark take over PNC Arena Saturday.

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A New Audio System at The Armory Wraps the Audience in 360 Degrees of Music

The immersive A3 sound system makes its debut in Durham this weekend, twenty-four speakers strong.

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Moogfest 2018: Can a Music Festival Help Us Unlearn White Patriarchy?

The best parts of this year's lineup are artists who are working to break down toxic power structures.

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Lower Your Lids and Open Your Third Eye with the Sublime Spiritual Techno of Jon Hopkins

Hopkins's new album, Singularity, enshrines him as one of today’s most visionary, ambitious producers.

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Kelela's Future Pop Transformatively Draws on the Music of the African Diaspora

Her work is innately global, spanning continents, disparate sonic landscapes, and experimental new genres.

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Discwoman Shakes Up the White Male Hegemony that Betrays the Diverse Origins of Techno

Members of the Brooklyn collective make multiple appearance throughout the festival

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The Cave Closed on April 30. But Now, a Resurrection Is in the Works.

Melissa Swingle and Autumn Spencer are in the process of purchasing the Chapel Hill bar.

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