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

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

The party takes over Motorco Music Hall Saturday night.

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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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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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Too Many Zooz Wrestles With a Quickly Growing Career Far Beyond Its Busking Beginnings

Music Feature The band plays a free show at Durham Central Park this Friday evening at 6 p.m.

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Girls Rock Gets the Blues—And That's a Good Thing

Music Briefs The nonprofit is partnering with the Music Maker Relief Foundation to bring blues musicians to some of its camp sessions this summer.

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Usually Hidden in the Wings, The Musicians Behind American Dance Festival Shows Take Center Stage

Music Feature Not all of the artists who converge on Duke's East Campus every summer as part of the American Dance Festival are dancers. Included in the

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

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

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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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