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Check out the concerts coming to Chapel Hill this March

The Aces
The Aces perform live at Cat's Cradle's Back Room on Sunday, Feb. 24, 2019.

MILKK 

Tuesday, March 19

Local 506 

Doors 7 p.m. // Show 8 p.m.

$12 

MILKK is an electronic synth indie-pop band that went viral without any content and quickly made a name for themselves in the online music scene. Born from a typo, the band has a variety of upbeat and slow songs that will keep audiences entertained and engaged throughout the night. 

Fireside Collective 

Thursday, March 21

Cat's Cradle

Doors 7 p.m. // Show 8 p.m. 

 $12 / Day of: $14

Fireside Collective is a band from Asheville, that plays modern folk music. The band is technically tight and offers a sampling of bluegrass and western North Carolina influences for audiences to enjoy. 

Sophie Auster 

Thursday, March 21 

The Cave 

9 p.m.

$10 suggested donation 

Sophie Auster is a Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter with smooth, jazz-bar-inspired vocals. Her sound follows the popular stylings of famous artists like Lana Del Rey and Lorde with a similar melancholy sound. Auster is performing with fellow female singer-songwriter Katharine's Whalen Swedish Wood Patrol.

Local Flora 

Saturday, March 23

Cat's Cradle 

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Doors 8 p.m. // Show 9 p.m.

$8

Local Flora is a local band formed by UNC students. The band plays a unique blend of rock music with psychedelic influences. The music is up-tempo and will move audiences to get on their feet and dance. The music sounds like something produced by a jam band like the Grateful Dead, who Local Flora cites as one of their influences.

Slaughter Beach, Dog 

Saturday, March 23 

Local 506

Doors 7 p.m. // Show 8 p.m.

In advance $13 // Day of: $15

Slaughter Beach, Dog is Modern Baseball frontman Jake Ewald's solo project. Inspired by the fictitious town of Slaughter Beach, where Ewald decided to set his music, the project tells the stories of a unique compilation of characters. The band has an alternative rock sound but also samples from a larger variety of rock influences.

Cherry Pools 

Wednesday, March 27

Local 506 

Doors 7 p.m. // Show 8 p.m.

In advance $12 // Day of $15

Cherry Pools is an alternative pop band, whose biography section on Spotify is simply, "less religion, more sex," which is also the name of their latest EP released in Oct. 2018. The band has pop influences and sounds like an edgier 5 Seconds of Summer. 

Max Frost 

Thursday, March 28

Cat's Cradle 

Doors 7 p.m. // Show 8 p.m.

In advance $15 // Day of $17

Max Frost is a pop-inspired singer, who recently released his album "Gold Rush" in 2018 and single "Money Problems" in February. Frost is not new to the music scene; as a musical prodigy, he has played a role in a variety of different groups and genres including Joy Ride and Blues Mafia. With experience in R&B, rock, soul and more, Frost creates a unique mixture of sounds for his audiences. 

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