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Thursday June 8th

Dixon Ferrell


Music Review: The Apache Relay

The Apache Relay was quickly lumped into the folk-rock genre following the release of its 2009 debut album, American Nomad , it’s subsequent touring with Mumford and Sons and appearances in top folk-rock festivals.

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‘A road gig 2 stoplights down’

It’s been a metaphorically long road for North Elementary and LUD, but a geographically short one. The two Chapel Hill bands have been in the area for 11 and 20 years respectively, starting during the golden era of the Chapel Hill music scene.

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Music Review: Amigo

Amigo throws East Texas drinking music into a blender with more modern hippie influences and pours out its debut album, My Clouds, forging its own sound in a new school of Southern rock. The Charlotte band sings about the best and worst of times with both innocent and omniscient perspectives, while creating a back yard grill-out atmosphere.

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