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  • By Kelli Raulerson Photos by Benjamin Robson March 5, 2015 After kicking off their spring tour this week, Delta Spirit feverishly took the stage to a packed Visulite Theatre in Charlotte on Friday night. And after energetically driving through two songs off their fourth studio...

  • By David Z. Cox April 4, 2015 Charlotte’s local scene, thriving more than it gets credit for, is great in that the musicians it comprises of are versatile and varied in their output. It seems rare lately to meet a performer who is only in...

  • Show Review // Natalie Prass and Son Lux // Snug Harbor By Brent Hill Photos by Kimber Price I have a fear that when I go to a concert I won’t feel anything. I fear I won’t feel the sense of euphoria that I’ve experienced...

  • By Daniel Coston Rhiannon Giddens is calling in via a conference call phone line. The signal is low, and I have to press my tape recorder to the phone so that I can catch everything that she’s saying. It’s not all that different from when...

  • By Amber Donoghue Photos by Daniel Coston March 16, 2015 J. Roddy Walston and the Business joined Moon Taxi at Amos’ Southend Friday night. The old warehouse was full of Charlotte music lovers. The bars around the edges of the venue filled with social humming as...

  • By Patrick Bogans  March 15, 2015 The Apache Relay, with their comforting and creative folk rock, have made their way into the playlists of music lovers across the world. With the charming combination of the instruments they use, mixed with the smooth vocals from lead...

  • By Shirley Griffith Photos by Dane Abernathy March 19, 2015 Fuzz pop trio Alright have been sugar-coating the Charlotte music scene since March of last year. Now they’re kicking off their first tour with an EP release party this Friday at the honorable Snug Harbor. Alright...

  • By Amber Donoghue Photos by Carter Short You know the song, the voice, the ceremonial haunting blues; such is Hozier. 2,200 people gathered at The Fillmore on Thursday night to stand in eager liturgy. Irish born Andrew Hozier-Byrne, son of a blues musician, took Charlotte...

  • By Nick Bequette March 9, 2015 Detroit has certainly suffered hardships over the last couple of decades, but you wouldn’t know it from the music scene. Throughout its recent difficulties, the city has continued its tradition of producing great music. Perhaps these economic troubles are...

  • By Shirley Griffith Photos by Carter Short Desert Noises is a four-piece indie rock band from Provo, Utah consisting of Kyle Henderson (vocals/guitar), Pat Boyers (guitar), Tyler Osmond (bass) and Brennan Allen (drums). They’ve toured consistently for the greater part of the last four years...