“I want them to go and check out music and just really listen, and really think about it — to think about what’s going on onstage.”
"Get in a conversation with somebody for five minutes and you’ll find they have some crazy talent. But what people don’t have is a venue to perform it, to perform odd.”
Carolina Waves travels all over North Carolina to bring exposure to singers, rappers, dancers, musicians and poets across the state, and it's coming to Cat's Cradle on Aug. 25. Tickets will be free for UNC students with a valid UNC One Card.
"Consistently entertaining, 6LACK rides grooves like a hawk rides air currents, gracefully weaving through the music’s dense atmosphere."
The Duke Independent Film Festival has been running for five years, and works to create a network of student artists with vested interest in each other's works.
After a bumpy start due to Hurricane Florence, J. Cole's Dreamville Festival was a triumph.
Musician Micah Moses is playing a new score to the classic anime film, "Akira," at Local 506. He aims to portray the emotional tone of the scenes and break into new musical territory.
You’re here to see Watsky in his scruffy, melodramatic philosophy-101-esque splendor, and there can be no question that the man delivers. Sometimes, that’s plenty enough.
The FRANK Gallery in Chapel Hill will be starting a free educational series called Coffee and Donuts. It aims to educate interested parties about art as a part of the Gallery's larger goal of bringing art to everyone in the community.
"Reading With a Queer Eye," a new Bible study series at Binkley Baptist Church, examines traditionally exclusionary Bible passages through a progressive lens.