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The Tiptons Sax Quartet
Published on Oct 10th, 2010
0 comments All-female jazz ensemble named big-band sax player and pianist Billy Tipton, who managed to pull off a career-long Boys Don't Cry gender switcheroo to further her career within the boys club of...
Joe Pug
Published on Sep 27th, 2010
0 comments Fresh-faced new country folk singer-songwriter with substantial debts owed to the decidedly not-fresh-faced Bob Dylan and Steve Earle. With Vandaveer.
How I Became The Bomb
Published on Sep 27th, 2010
0 comments Energetic and highly quirky electronic dance-rock in the vein of We Are Scientists, but with far nerdier lyrics. With My Dear Disco.
Devon Sproule
Published on Sep 27th, 2010
0 comments Here we go again with another reliably ace set from the pride and joy of Charlottesville folk, this time heavy on cuts from her frustratingly-punctuated latest album ¡Don’t Hurry for Heaven! Datri...
Chatham County Line
Published on Sep 26th, 2010
0 comments Rich harmonies, haunting lyrics and a banjo has turned these former rockers into an acoustic bluegrass quartet, but they've come back around on their newest album Wildwood with the addition of...
We Are Star Children
Published on Sep 19th, 2010
0 comments The pop-rock outfit formerly known, hilariously, as Straight Punch To The Crotch has changed their name to the one conveniently provided by what was originally their debut album's title (maybe...
Love Canon
Published on Sep 19th, 2010
0 comments 80's music on acoustic instruments
Astronomers
Published on Sep 19th, 2010
0 comments Space-themed alt-rock for trekkies and nerds. With Evan Bliss and the Welchers and the Double Hi-Fives. Astronomers - Or Maybe It's Nothing Astronomers - Perpetual Emotion Astronomers - Stratagem...
Astronomers
Published on Sep 19th, 2010
0 comments Space-themed alt-rock for trekkies and nerds. With Evan Bliss and the Welchers and the Double Hi-Fives. Astronomers - Or Maybe It's Nothing Astronomers - Perpetual Emotion Astronomers - Stratagem...
A Cosmonaut's Ruin
Published on Sep 19th, 2010
0 comments Time for the metalheads in A Cosmonaut's Ruin to finally give their fingers and amplifier tubes a rest – bassist Tom Mathews is moving to San Diego to continue post-doctoral work in...
Brendan James
Published on Sep 13th, 2010
0 comments Pop piano singer-songwriter. Storytelling acoustic rocker Taylor Carson opens.
Teddy and the Roosevelts
Published on Sep 13th, 2010
0 comments New project from former King Wilkie guitarist turned solo songwriter songwriter Ted Pitney. The Derelicts open.
Sarah White and the Pearls
Published on Sep 12th, 2010
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Bess Rogers
Published on Sep 6th, 2010
0 comments Singer-songwriter. With Allison Weiss and Lelia Broussard.
Civil Twilight
Published on Sep 6th, 2010
0 comments South African alt-rock trio. The Daylights open.
Red Rattles
Published on Sep 6th, 2010
0 comments Bluesy garage rock
Love Canon
Published on Sep 6th, 2010
0 comments 80's music on acoustic instruments
David Bazan
Published on Sep 5th, 2010
0 comments The former leader of sensitive millennial indie rockers Pedro The Lion struck out on his own last year with his much-ballyhooed debut LP as a soloist. It represented, in addition to the obvious...
Peter Bradley Adams
Published on Sep 5th, 2010
0 comments Acoustic folk singer-songwriter. Michael Clem opens. Peter Bradley Adams - Always
Horse Feathers
Published on Sep 5th, 2010
0 comments Sedate Iron and Wine-style acoustic indie folk-rock quartet with sparse vocals, lush strings, and occasionally an unusual instrument like celesta or saw, even when they're playing a Nirvana cover...