Some people might say artist Martin Saltzman is an abstract painter, he however, would consider himself a realist.
“Lord, what fools these mortals be!”
UNC alumni rockers Supreme Fiction will be putting out their new extended play (EP), Quivering Things, July 3 with a release show at the Pinhook.
The Paris of Piedmont may soon be in the middle of a bohemian revolution as the town continues to discuss a possible new arts and creativity district.
PlayMakers Repertory Company opens its doors to Austin-based theater ensemble Rude Mechanicals this summer.
You are about to enter another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound, but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land of imagination. Next stop, the Twilight Zone: live and in color.
African-American history and the civil rights movement are topics commonly taught in high school, but what is often untold is that the struggle for civil rights had roots in African-American soldiers serving abroad in Germany.
Hammer No More the Fingers is a three-piece staple in the local music scene. Bassist Duncan Webster talked with staff writer Marcela Guimaraes about the Triangle’s influence over the years and his advice to up-and-coming bands.
Bayside has been going strong in the punk rock scene ever since it emerged from Queens 14 years ago. The band has just released its new albumCultand kicked off its headlining tour.
Broken mirrors, seven years of bad luck, black cats and crazed serial killers — it’s no wonder this day gets a bad reputation. This year is especially spooky as it also coincides with a full moon. So people who suffer from paraskavedekatriaphobia, otherwise known as fear of Friday the 13th, beware!
Skaters Manhattan ??? Rock Skaters’ Manhattan chronicles life in New York City as it transports listeners to the city by mixing natural city-scape sounds with low-tone vocals and garage pop riffs. Manhattan’s sound, although varied and at times confusing, mirrors NYC’s chaotic nature.
Music and art have long gone hand-in-hand, but Lilac Shadows is taking it one step further by merging the two into one collaborative multimedia exhibit. The four-piece band from Durham will be hosting an exhibition in conjunction to its album release of No Dark/No Light.
The Punk Singer ???? Set to the rowdy music of female-fronted punk rock bands, “The Punk Singer” is a great coming out story of a woman who is considered an influential figure in music. Although the movie is all about Kathleen Hanna, frontwoman of Bikini Kill, “The Punk Singer” manages to capture the feel of an underground feminist punk rock movement through the eyes of one of its chief founders.
Zack Mexico Ephemera of Altruisms ???1/2 Rock Outer Banks natives Zack Mexico’s new album Ephemera of Altruisms embodies the true rock ‘n’ roll spirit, intertwining dreamy horror sounds with a sci-fi beach party theme.
Atlanta-based rock band Manchester Orchestra tells its story through music with deep meaningful lyrics and hard-hitting guitar riffs. Staff writer Marcela Guimaraes caught up with frontman Andy Hull to talk about the band’s latest single and its upcoming record.
The Built to Spill show on Wednesday brought a crowd of all ages as fans old and new came to see the ’90s indie rock band play for the 75th time at the Cat’s Cradle. The show started with two opening bands, Genders and Slam Dunk.
Pelican is an entirely instrumental band with post-rock and doom metal influences hailing from Chicago, Illinois.
You Won’t is a Boston-based multi-instrument duo whose songs are as fun and quirky as they are sincere.
Man Man is an experimental band from Philadelphia incorporating unique sounds and lively performance acts on stage.