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Missy Thangs Blooms in Her Role as a Producer Behind the Board at Fidelitorium Recordings

Missy Thangs Blooms in Her Role as a Producer Behind the Board at Fidelitorium Recordings

Since 2013, she's been helping bands record their best selves at Mitch Easter's renowned Kernersville studio.

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Following a Divorce, a New Record, and a Move to Morrisville, Lydia Loveless Finds a Fresh Focus

Music Feature Loveless plays two acoustic shows in the Cat's Cradle Back Room in Carrboro this weekend.

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Record Review: Raleigh's Naked Naps Explore Urgency on Year of the Chump

Record Review Tracks on the duo's latest LP often go in several unexpected places, almost as if determined to repeat as few riffs as possible.

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Singer-Songwriter and Producer Joe Henry Shares in Durham

Music Feature Singer-Songwriter and Producer Joe Henry Shares in Durham

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The Weather Station's Tamara Lindeman Rejected Shame and Flouted Fear to Make Her Winsome Fourth LP

Music Feature The Weather Station headlines the Cat's Cradle Back Room in Carrboro Thursday night with Jim Elkington.

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Record Review: On His Solo Debut, Mike VM Is The Happiest Man on Earth

Record Review The former Everymen frontman marinates in contemplation and complex emotions on his latest LP.

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Record Review: After More Than a Decade, Erie Choir Finally Releases Its Second Record

Record Review Old Rigs, out now on PotLuck, is the result of several years' rumination.

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Record Review: Fitness Womxn's Macho City Is a Roaring Catharsis

Record Review The Carrboro trio's debut record offers affirmation and relief through its take-no-prisoners songs.

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Volume, A New Music Store in Hillsborough, Invites You to Sip as You Flip

Music Feature Orange County's newest record store opened near Hillsborough's Weaver Street Market in October.

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With the Rosebuds, Ivan Howard Inspired a Generation of Triangle Musicians. So Where Did He Go?

Music Feature This weekend, at least, he'll be at the Cat's Cradle Back Room in Carrboro as Howard Ivans.

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Cults Aren't the Best at Their Instruments, but Their Polished Pop Formula Still Shines

Music Feature The duo headlines the Cat's Cradle main room Saturday night in Carrboro.

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Crowmeat Bob Shares Some Rules and Regulations of His Highly Improvised Artistry

Music Feature Crowmeat Bob's Wednesday residency extends through the end of November at The Cave in Chapel Hill.

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Mahavishnu Orchestra’s John McLaughlin Looks Toward Retirement After Half a Century of Groundbreaking Guitar Work

Music Feature On his final U.S. tour, McLaughlin stops in Durham with Jimmy Herring Sunday evening.

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Record Review: Ama Divers' Shadow Seeking Sun Is a Dense, Decadent Getaway

Record Review The Durham trio celebrates its first full-length record Sunday at The Pinhook.

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Record Review: Durham's Wailin Storms Delivers a Noise-Rock Squall on Sick City

Record Review Wailin Storms plays at The Pinhook Friday night between Helms Alee and Solar Halos.

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Record Review: With Dream the Wheel, Violet Bell Dabbles in Pop and Nature

Record Review Whether Violet Bell chooses to stay scattershot or hone a more specific sound will dictate how far it can keep going.

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With His Label, Hot Releases, Ryan Martin Has Made a Home for Far-Out Music for Nearly a Decade

Music Feature The label celebrates its ninth anniversary this weekend at Nightlight in Chapel Hill.

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