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All That Remains at Amos Southend

Last week on April 14th NC13 Music News we fortunate enough to shoot All That Remains, Darkest Hour, Wilson and Charlotte’s own Annabelle Leigh at Amos Southend. 36 more words

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The Mongolian Invasion (Less Blood, More Music)

Hanggai

Folk music has not just had a boom in the West in the past decade. It’s happened in China as well.

Case in point: widely popular Mongolian/Chinese folk band… 976 more words

Live Music

Playshop Live

I went to this regular Friday night live comedy show at the Paramount Theatre – well last Friday night.

It is an improvisation style of thing and its funny, live, unrehearsed, and has audience participation. 95 more words

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Mick Foley Builds On His Legacy with the Fans in Raleigh

On Wednesday April 17, 2014, the weather in North Carolina was as inconsistent as ever. Just two days prior, daily highs were in the 80s and all was beautiful. 2,156 more words

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Inoffensive Indie Rock

White Lies

It’s always a mystery why some bands do so well and some bands never amount to anything, at least commercially speaking. Obviously things like talent, showmanship, music quality, hard work and promotion all play a part, but controlling for certain variables, it’s still surprising to me how some bands become huge when I really can’t find anything about them remarkable one way or the other. 555 more words

Live Music

Small crowd, good music - Zebra Hunt, No Body, and Blooper at LoFi

Written by Beram C. Lansay.

LoFi is a dream venue for neck-bearded hipsters like myself with its obscure art all over the walls, Tame Impala playing between sets, and tall-boy Rainier for sale. 599 more words

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