Knife & Fork
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The Lone Bellow succeeds collectively during upheaval
In many ways, you could say that indie rock trio The Lone Bellow’s third album title is biographical. Before...
LADAMA learns, educates and transforms
Hailing from parts of Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, and the United States, the Latinas who make up LADAMA are...
The Alt unearths old songs and switches its lineup
Of the many roads that could be taken, The Alt—an Irish folk band comprised of John Doyle (guitar, bouzouki, vocals),...
Southern Culture on the Skids goes out on a limb
Who really needs an opening act when you have alter egos, right? For the Chapel Hill-based band Southern Culture on...
Noah Gundersen considers the distress of modern times
Noah Gundersen recently saw the world’s largest easel. He says that the roadside attraction, located in Goodland,...
Bully frontwoman talks audio engineering, screaming and...
There’s something Alicia Bognanno of the Nashville-based grunge-pop act Bully wants to get off her chest. Her latest...
Joan Shelley masters the art of fret finger work
Singer-songwriter Joan Shelley describes her latest self-titled album as being like an oil painting with minimal...
Nicole Atkins finds a new muse in Rhonda Lee
Like many creatives, psychedelic indie rock songstress Nicole Atkins had to hit rock bottom to rise to a reawakened...
Secret shows and familiar paths cross on The Future...
Future Islands has come a long way since its first show in 2006 at an anti-Valentine’s Day party in Greenville, North...
Kishi Bashi confronts love through new sounds on Sonderlust
Kaoru Ishibashi ditched his violin for samplers, sequencers and electronics on Sonderlust, the third album released...
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