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Record Review: The Hot at Nights Keep Shapeshifting with Three Kids

The Hot at Nights celebrate their new record Saturday night at The Pour House.

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Record Review: Sylvan Esso Refines its Slick Synth Pop Formula on What Now

On its second record, the Durham duo asserts itself as a lasting endeavor.

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Record Review: Mipso Sticks the Landing With Coming Down the Mountain

The band performs at the North Carolina Museum of Art with River Whyless Saturday night.

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Record Review: OG Senpaiii's First Full-Length, [Headspace], Leaves Room to Grow

The beatmaker's more adventurous songs hide behind more predictable numbers.

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Record Review: Friends and Fans of Big Star Commit Their Love of Third to Tape

The live project that began in Chapel Hill gets a double-disc treatment of songs by the cult-favorite rock band.

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Record Review: Bombadil Mends a Breakup and Mines Data with Fences

The longrunning Durham outfit headlines The ArtsCenter in Carrboro on Saturday.

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Record Review: Trust Trandle's Comfortable Instrumental Hip-Hop

The young Durham beatmaker's debut album is the second release for the new Raund Haus Records.

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Record Review: Blue Cactus Mends Prickly Heartache With Country Crooning

The new project from Steph Stewart and Mario Arnez has bright outlook for the future.

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Record Review: Natural Causes Go Fast and Furious on LP Number Two

The Carrboro trio releases its second self-titled record Saturday night at Local 506.

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Record Review: With A Series of Circles, Stray Owls Offer Accented Rock

Stray Owls celebrate their new record Friday night in Chapel Hill.

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Record Review: Chatham County Line Bends its Boundaries Even Further on Autumn

Bluegrass, newgrass, folk, Americana—does any of it even matter?

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Record Review: On Mojave Interlude, Joe Westerlund Explores Dance Music for the Brain

The Megafaun drummer and Grandma Sparrow mastermind crafts a textured, enriching work in two pieces

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Record Review: No One Mind Makes a Sharp Debut Breakup Album

In the wake of one band splitting, another reconvened for a great new rock release.

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Three New Albums by Triangle-Tied Rock Bands Find the New and Familiar

Drag Sounds, Jenny Besetzt, and The Everymen explore old and new approaches to rock records.

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Jphono1’s Warm, Wooly Refinement

John Harrison enlists a pair of pals to make Time in the Chevron bloom

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Tuskha Makes a Conservative Debut

On his new solo LP, Bowerbirds’ Phil Moore plays it safe with pop

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Record Review: On Blues from WHAT, Jenks Miller Joins the Threads

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Record Review: On Stranger Times, Milagro Saints' Folk-Rock Gets Mad

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Record Review: 9th Wonder's Beat Tape Zion Is Enough to Get Us Excited

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Record Review: Blackball's Delightful Hardcore Distillations

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I'm all in on this album. Love the sound, love Amelia's soaring vocals. She brings a humanizing element to electronic …

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