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Forty Years After Her First LP, Carlene Carter Looks Back on a Long Career and the Ties That Bind

Forty Years After Her First LP, Carlene Carter Looks Back on a Long Career and the Ties That Bind

Carter stops at Cary's Koka Booth Amphitheatre on Wednesday, accompanied by John Mellencamp and Emmylou Harris.

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Cindy Wilson Builds on the Spirit of The B-52's with Her Sparkling New Solo Work

Music Feature Wilson performs at The Pinhook with Pylon Re-Enactment Society Wednesday, June 28.

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Record Review: RGB Creates Vibrant Worlds in Burgeoning's Rich Songs

Music Briefs Pranesh Kamalakanthan, half of Raleigh duo Faux Fleurs, makes a strong solo debut.

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Music Brief: Loamlands Leaps to Vinyl

Music Briefs The Durham band's Sweet High Rise gets the LP treatment via Bull City Records' Chaz Martenstein.

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Four Years After His Death, Jason Molina Lives on Through a New Book and a Revived Reunion

Music Feature Erin Orsmon reads from her new biography, Jason Molina: Riding with the Ghost and Songs: Molina – A Memorial Electric Co. performs at Motorco on Wednesday, June 21.

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Chapel Hill Native Andrew Weathers Hops from Oakland to a Tiny Texas Town in Pursuit of New Musical Experiments

Music Feature Weathers returns to his home state to perform with the experimental collective Polyorchard at Durham's The Carrack on Tuesday.

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Iceland's Kaleo Caught Flack at Home for "Inauthenticity," So it Decamped to the U.S. Instead

Music Feature The band performs at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh Tuesday night.

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How Do You Solve a Problem of Two Like-Minded Shows in the Same Building on the Same Night?

Music Feature Joan Shelley and Jake Xerxes Fussell go head-to-head against Steve Gunn, Lee Ranaldo, and Meg Baird in the same Carrboro strip mall Wednesday night.

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A New Music Series Lands at Dix Park this Summer

Music Briefs The Y'all at Dix Park shows will be monthly outdoor concerts featuring long-term favorites and young new acts.

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WKNC Makes a Mixtape

Music Briefs N.C. State's beloved radio station offers a pay-what-you-want sampler of its favorite current locals.

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For Her Joyful Electro-Pop Project Flock of Dimes to Flourish, Jenn Wasner Had to Learn to Be Alone

Music Feature Flock of Dimes opens this summer's Music in the Gardens series at Duke on June 7.

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Car Seat Headrest Has Buzzed Toward Moderate Millennial Acclaim, But Is it Interesting?

Music Essay The band headlines Cat's Cradle in Carrboro Monday night.

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Moogfest and Art of Cool Tell Durham Two Different Stories About Itself

Music Essay Moogfest's second year in Durham further highlighted the stark differences between it and April's Art of Cool Festival.

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Okilly Dokilly explores the surprising darkness of The Simpsons' Ned Flanders through heavy metal

The five Neds of Okilly Dokilly photo courtesy of adrenaline pr Ding Dong Diddly Doom
Music Feature According to its unassuming origin story, Okilly Dokilly came into being when a pair of bandmates started brainstorming innocuous names for imaginary hardcore bands. A

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Moogfest 2017: Who Owns the Future?

Festival Guide Moogfest takes over downtown Durham for the second year this weekend.

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Play Moogfest Bingo! It’s a Game! And It’s Fun!

Festival Guide Click. Download. Print. Drink. Sleep. Repeat.

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As Moor Mother, Camae Ayewa Leads Moogfest's Afrofuturist Missions

Festival Guide The Philadelphia musician, poet, and community organizer discusses her multipronged work before her appearances this weekend.

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Thanks to the band at Motorco tonight. It was beautiful. I never get chills in late June during a Carolina …

by Shocka Kahn on Four Years After His Death, Jason Molina Lives on Through a New Book and a Revived Reunion (Music Feature)

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