I have — well, not slacked, but I have seen far fewer shows this year than I did last year, and I have definitely missed a lot of homecoming, release, […]
Yesterday NPR debuted the first track from Chapel Hill’s own Lost in the Trees, off their upcoming second album for Anti- Records, A Church That Fits Our Needs, due out […]
Friday’s show at the 506 was a lovely evening full of jangly indie rock from the Sea & Cake and Butterflies, and absolutely staggering dreamy instrumental post-rock from Chicago’s Brokeback. […]
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At some point I will give up trying to explain why the scene here is so amazing, so valuable to me; at some point, I promise I will. But then […]
so surround yourself with good people i know it’s painful but we can stand.
Lost in the Trees wraps up their incredibly (and well-deservedly) successful 2010 with a show at Motorco Music Hall in Durham tonight; locals Veelee and (LITT’s Trekky labelmates) Butterflies open. 9PM, […]
Everybody knows that I’m stupidly fond of all the Trekky Records kids, and it’s a damn shame that in the years I’ve been going to see their bands and their […]
There are definitely things that I’m sorry to have missed about Hopscotch; anything that big happens, something is bound to happen that you’re sorry to miss. But I got my […]
I’m not attending this weekend’s on-going and much-hyped Hopscotch Festival in Raleigh for a variety of reasons — most notably timing; next weekend is Bristol Rhythm & Roots and I’m […]