Band draws on the undeniable - and utterly absurd - joy and physicality of a cranked electric guitar... or four.
by Corbie Hill | October 25, 2013
Raleigh mega-fest sheds its training wheels.
by Corbie Hill | September 10, 2013
Checking in as the Charlotte band gets set to hit the studio for the next step of the recording process.
by Corbie Hill | August 07, 2013 | 5 comments
Guest Everybody Loves Baby columnist Corbie Hill on how to handle the passing of a four-legged loved one.
by Corbie Hill | August 05, 2013
We offer a handful of must-see acts for the upcoming event.
by Corbie Hill | July 23, 2013 | 3 comments
311 and Cypress Hill were a major source of weed-smoking music for '90s teens.
by Corbie Hill | July 17, 2013
Music writers examine horrorcore rap
by Corbie Hill | June 13, 2013
Metal band features music that's always a ton of fun, even when they rail against this system or that.
by Corbie Hill | June 12, 2013
Country musician has moments of excellence, though even the best make a regrettable song once in a while.
by Corbie Hill | June 07, 2013
In the studio with Charlotte's rabble-rousing rock band.
by Corbie Hill | June 03, 2013
Reports of genre's demise greatly exaggerated
by Corbie Hill | May 30, 2013
A lifelong Star Trek fan addresses the criticism over the new films.
by Corbie Hill | May 20, 2013
A look behind the scenes at the music-making process with one of Charlotte's finest alt-country bands.
by Corbie Hill | May 08, 2013
Their wry love songs and small town retrospectives are built on exuberance.
by Corbie Hill | April 20, 2013
Boston's Joy Kills Sorrow mixes the vocal and lyrical approach of Northeastern coffee shop folk with now-universal string-band instrumentation.
by Corbie Hill | April 06, 2013