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With Wooden Wand and Beyond, James Jackson Toth's Discography Has Gotten As Wide As It Is Deep

With Wooden Wand and Beyond, James Jackson Toth's Discography Has Gotten As Wide As It Is Deep

Wooden Wand headlines at The Pinhook in Durham on Wednesday, August 23.

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The New York Times Analyzed Americans' YouTube Habits—How Does It Look Locally?

Music Feature Cary likes Coldplay, Raleigh loves Gucci Mane, Hillsborough digs Rihanna, and more.

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Record Review: Poison Blood's Self-Titled Debut Offers Black Metal, Straight Up

Music Briefs It’s somewhat surprising that Poison Blood, the first fruit of the collaboration between Jenks Miller and Neill Jameson, is so nakedly direct.

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Twenty Years In, George Holt Keeps Steering the N.C. Museum of Art's Summer Music Series As a Major Regional Attraction

Music Feature Superchunk headlines at the museum Saturday night as part of Holt's efforts this year.

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With a Month-Long Residency at The Cave, MAKE's Spencer Lee Expands Upon His Beloved Metal Foundations

Music Feature Lee's Wednesday night stands run through the end of August in Chapel Hill.

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Batalá Durham's Central Park Standoff with Liberty Warehouse Residents Is Gentrification in Motion

Music Feature The community percussion ensemble is at risk of losing its public practice space due to complaints from new apartment residents.

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Four Decades After Leading Punk's New Wave, Blondie Keeps Buzzing with Pollinator

Music Feature Blondie co-headlines Raleigh's Red Hat Amphitheater Saturday night with Garbage.

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Now in Their Tenth Year, What Do the Carolina Music Awards Actually Accomplish?

Music Feature The institution holds court and celebrates local music Saturday night at Fletcher Opera Theater in Raleigh.

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Forty Years Ago, a One-Off LP by a Band from N.C. Central Enshrined a Gleaming New Jazz Program

Music Feature New Central Connection Unlimited's Super Trick helped launch the university's young jazz department toward national acclaim.

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Two Decades In, Scotland's Belle and Sebastian Keeps Flipping the Indie Rock Script

Music Feature The band headlines at the North Carolina Museum of Art Monday night with Andrew Bird.

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Beach Music Isn't Just Easy Listening—It's a Sunny Slice of Carolina History

Music Feature You can get to the beach year-round through this regional musical specialty.

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DISHOOM Celebrates Four Years of Bringing Bhangra-Inspired Music to Durham Dance Floors

Music Feature The party takes over Motorco Music Hall Saturday night.

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Raleigh Rapper P.A.T. Junior Keeps Local Hip-Hop Fresh by Brokering Beats and Keeping the Faith

Music Feature He's been on the rise since releasing his full-length record Learning to Live (In a Day) last summer.

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Record Review: GNØER's Precepts 1-12 Is Strong, Straightforward Electronica

Record Review On its new record, the Raleigh band spins out graceful instrumental electronica that’s brawny and textural, if played relatively straight.

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John Moreland Breaks Out of His Sad-Bastard Shackles on the Redemptive Big Bad Luv

Music Feature The Tulsa singer-songwriter performs at Cat's Cradle in Carrboro on Wednesday, July 19.

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The Total Package Tour Promises a Heavy Dose of Eighties Nostalgia. But Does the Lineup Even Make Sense?

Music Feature New Kids on the Block, Paula Abdul, and Boyz II Men stop at Raleigh's PNC Arena Tuesday, July 11.

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On Woke, The Beast Gets More Political and Personal Than Ever

Music Feature The jazz-heavy Durham hip-hop group celebrates the release of its new record Friday night at Motorco.

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Oh! So AIR HORN bands are cool but not vuvuzela bands?! Smacks of prejudice to me!

by Shocka Kahn on Batalá Durham's Central Park Standoff with Liberty Warehouse Residents Is Gentrification in Motion (Music Feature)

Ahmmmmmm, who was there first?

by Diana Ligets Bello on Batalá Durham's Central Park Standoff with Liberty Warehouse Residents Is Gentrification in Motion (Music Feature)

Hey, I fully support Batala practicing at DCP! Why all the dislikes on my vuvuzela band?!?

by Shocka Kahn on Batalá Durham's Central Park Standoff with Liberty Warehouse Residents Is Gentrification in Motion (Music Feature)

Ha, I support Batala, but the IndyWeek comment section apparently doesn't support letters with diacritical marks...

by Lauren Faber on Batalá Durham's Central Park Standoff with Liberty Warehouse Residents Is Gentrification in Motion (Music Feature)

I'm a new Liberty Warehouse resident and I absolutely support Batal's use of the space. They are the kind of …

by Lauren Faber on Batalá Durham's Central Park Standoff with Liberty Warehouse Residents Is Gentrification in Motion (Music Feature)

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Oh! So AIR HORN bands are cool but not vuvuzela bands?! Smacks of prejudice to me!

by Shocka Kahn on Batalá Durham's Central Park Standoff with Liberty Warehouse Residents Is Gentrification in Motion (Music Feature)

Ahmmmmmm, who was there first?

by Diana Ligets Bello on Batalá Durham's Central Park Standoff with Liberty Warehouse Residents Is Gentrification in Motion (Music Feature)

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