The musicians behind Wolf Parade, Spoon, LCD Soundsystem, Blood Brothers, AFI and Give Up the Ghost make up the Lincoln Theatre show on Sunday night. A night of dark, yet poppy hooks that are sure to have local kids dancing all night.
Local musician Matt Douglas reviews the new album by Raleigh folk musician Jeanne Jolly ahead of her show at Lincoln Theatre on Friday night.
Maybe I was sleeping or maybe it’s a change in direction. All of a sudden, Lincoln Theatre has a handful of shows that are actually out of their normal scope. Thank you Marlarkey for booking Lincoln to its potential and capacity.
American Aquarium have slowly been creeping up on the local music scene. The band has been around for years, but as lead singer BJ Barham told me today, “This album is a big step”.
The massive sounds of Swans will return to Downtown Raleigh this Fall.
Sam Herring of North Carolina natives Future Islands talks to us about recording their newest album in Elizabeth City and what he’s most excited about for Hopscotch.
22-year-old Trevor Powers of Youth Lagoon gets excited for Hopscotch.
Shows going on this weekend in Raleigh! Check out the Kiosk!
New Raleigh chats with Hanson about their new release and tour.
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.
Downtown’s biggest private venue to become membership only.
Great bands for a great cause in downtown Raleigh. Send me on my Life Like way.
One year ago you probably hadn’t heard of Bombadil (The Durham-based eclectic, mystical roots-rock band, not the Tolkein character. Certainly you’d heard of him.) But thanks to a busy tour schedule—including stops at Shakori Hills Festival and Portland’s Pickathon—some glowing press and a legion of seriously devoted fans, their profile has seriously been heightened.
You better count ya money…
Krayzie, Bizzy, Layzie and Wish are coming on the 11th of the month of April.
Get yourself some Bicentennial, baby.
Mr. Bullet and a Target is back once again for two shows downtown.
Wu is coming through at a Lincoln Theatre near you!