Secret Walls, the follow-up EP to last years’ magnificent long player “Play It Strange” finds The Fresh & Onlys tying up loose ends and taking a different direction.
Marnie Stern brings her axe prowess and Tera Melos bring their warped sense of pop for a co-headlining tour making a stop in Raleigh on Tuesday, March 1st.
Debauchery. D-E-B-A-U-C-H-E-R-Y. Debauchery.
He’s jobless, carless, and lives in a bar. We all know a Johnny Handlebars.
Their CD release party to take place at Kings Friday night.
New Raleigh and special guest contributors weigh in on what bands are their “not to miss” picks for the festival. UPDATE: Now with more Brad Cook.
The long wait for Kings Barcade to return to Downtown Raleigh is coming to an end.
Hopscotch Director Greg Lowenhagen and Curator and Independent Weekly Music Editor Grayson Currin have been working for months on getting a lineup that includes a good mix of local and national groups. The lineup is here and it is worth the wait.
King’s was a nucleus for downtown music and tommorow, April 8th, marks one year since its closing. The space was a funky, affordable venue that hosted roots music, punk, hip-hop, metal - anything. Recently there has been talk that Kings will re-open in the old Greenshields space; prior to that we heard rumors that it would be taking over the Martin Street Music Hall space. It seems impossible to piece together what King’s was, but there is hope that its spirit will soon materialize somewhere. In honor of the day, our friend Proactive Busy Body, has a slide-show remembering the final night of Kings. King’s Video below the fold.