The Love Language hit us with some reindeer and sleigh bells once again.
We sit down to talk to Will Goodyear and Mark Connor about their new band “Grohg.”
The Love Language will play four straight nights in one of Downtown Raleigh’s smallest music venues.
It could have been Christmas. You could have been Gsus.
I never had the heart to tell her.
Organizer Grayson Currin backstage by Bryan Regan New Raleigh’s visual guide to Hopscotch.
Dudes release some newness.
Raleigh lo-fi rockers The Love Language get a couple of huge gigs opening for Phoenix.
Annnnnnnd, we’re back.
Libraries gets a tracklist, cover art and street date.
Libraries will be released on Merge Records Summer of 2010.
From the massive U2 show at Carter Finley Stadium to intimate street festivals in the downtown area, here are a few of our favorite live concerts of the year in Raleigh.
Below the fold is a summary of some of the local musical events that occurred in 2009, month by month.
An interview and live performance from one of Raleigh’s 2009 breakout bands.
Flying Tiger Sound, the Annual’s label, Terpsikhore, and WKNC team up to make something special.
Chesapeake, I could barely speak.
Lo-fi record gets lo-fi video, review and show at The Pour House with lo-fi noise engineers Whatever Brains.
On Saturday, one of the most hyped local bands, The Love Language, took on a crowd of about 40 or 50 at Schoolkids Records as a warm-up for their album release party at Local 506.
Bring on the hype.
Click through to download Love Language tracks, and to ask Stuart McLamb to the Sadie Hawkins dance before the cheerleaders get their hands on him.
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