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Triad Shows and Events 8/16 – 8/23

Aug 16th, 2012 | By

ShareTweetTHURSDAY AUGUST 16th –Avant On Air on WUAG.net/103.1fm, 7-9pm –Mixed Tape Film Series presents David Lynch’s Blue Velvet on 35mm at The Carolina Theatre . 7:30pm   FRIDAY AUGUST 17th –Archimedes’ Revenge, Understory, Surgical Onslaught, and Space Mega Force at the  Somewhere Else Tavern, 8pm –City Time Machine at Elsewhere, 7pm –Global Fusion/Zumba Nightlife at
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Podcast: Avant On Air 6/28 Music, Food, and Moonshine

Jul 23rd, 2012 | By

ShareTweet 6/28 Music, Food, and Moonshine. We were awarded WUAG’s DJs of the Week! Thanks to everyone at WUAG, our lovely guests, and our listener-ship. On this show we heard from Wayne Reich of There Is No Creature Music and Swing Triade. Wayne talks music, gets deep, and plays us some beautiful violin. Great Escape
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Podcast: Avant On Air 6/21/12 Stick Tuned

Jul 17th, 2012 | By

ShareTweetHello there, Listenership!  We’ll be posting more podcasts this week.  Here’s the one from 6/21: Tristan Yonce, musician, artist, comes on the radio program to talk to us about holograms and music.  He plays us a song live in the studio on his guitar too. Then Katei Cranford coins the term “Stick Tuned” and it sticks.
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Events for the Week: 7/12- 7/18

Jul 12th, 2012 | By
House of Fools

ShareTweetTONIGHT 7/12 Mixed Tape Presents Made in the Cackalack Film Festival 7:30pm “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” (dir. Steve Baron, 1990) – The Turtles’ first film features them befriending reporter April O’Neil (Judith Hoag) and battling their nemesis The Shredder. A massive hit in its day, “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” is a bit darker than the cartoon
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The Return of Come Hell or High Water

Apr 13th, 2012 | By
Come Hell or High Water

ShareTweetCome Hell or High Water have been on hiatus for almost a year, and are now finally reemerging. This is something I’m very excited about, and I was even more excited when Keith and I pulled up to interview the band. The five-piece is comprised of Suzanne Stafford (vocals and guitar), Matty Sheets (slide guitar),
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The Underscore Orkestra bringing Klezmer to CFBG

Apr 5th, 2012 | By

ShareTweetLast year I got the chance to see The Undescore Orkestra at CFBG. It was like nothing I’d ever experienced before; crazy, foot stompin’ European music filled the venue. It was hard to sit still – their percussionists do a great job of keeping a beat that holds the crowd. Along with having two (!)
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Molly McGinn in Wonderland with Wurlitzer Prize

Mar 30th, 2012 | By
Molly McGinn

ShareTweetKeith and I met this week’s interviewee in a different location – Ed McKay’s. Molly McGinn is a woman of many talents, dabbling with bands such as Amelia’s Mechanics and Thacker Dairy Road. She’s recently started a new project, Wurlitzer Prize, and you can read a review of their show Saturday here. We talked with
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The Blind Tiger: Wurlitzer Prize

Mar 27th, 2012 | By
The Wurlitzer Prize

ShareTweetMolly McGinn is one of the more recognizable names in Greensboro’s music scene. She’s been around for a while, playing in acts such as the beloved Amelia’s Mechanics. Recently, she’s been playing with a new group – Wurlitzer Prize. Backed up by half of Possum Jenkins and a member of Common Clay, they’re a little more
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Tommy Flake at The Flat Iron, March 10, 2012

Mar 12th, 2012 | By
Randy Seals aka Tommy Flake

ShareTweetOne of the things that seems to have gone missing from the current machine-generated crap referred to these days as “pop music” is edginess. Edginess has been a part of rock and roll since the earliest days of the genre. Elvis Presley was edgy back in the day – taking chances with things considered totally
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Disarming the Armory: an Interview with Jack Carter & The Armory

Mar 9th, 2012 | By
Jack Carter & The Armory

ShareTweetJack Carter and the Armory have been playing shows for barely 4 months – but they’re already kicking ass. Of the four shows they’ve played at Greensboro, I’ve been at every one, fully supporting this Greensboro supergroup. The band consists of Jack Carter on vocals and guitar, Harrison Barrow on keys, Randy Seals on bass,
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