Cass McCombs rolled through town touting languidly lovely songs off his recent LP, ‘Mangy Love’ at the High Watt this past Wednesday.
Chapel Hill’s finest purveyors of blithe folk spirit, Mandolin Orange, made a stop in town this past week at Exit/In to support their excellent new LP, ‘Blindfaller.’
One of the all fathers of the modern jam band, Bob Weir came to the Mother Church to present his recent bluegrass LP, ‘Blue Mountain’ in its most intimate form.
Dan Layus has operated within the margins over the past three years, but with the release of his eponymous country debut, ‘Dangerous Things,’ he’s ready to carve out his space in Nashville.
Joseph sits down with the country artist and songwriter to discuss “Flatland,” his album that covers anythign that could possibly trouble or influence a young man growing up in rural Kansas.
Punk has seen a large variety of derivations and off-shoots ever since the British Invasion and Iggy Pop shifted the sound toward the forefront of the popular music zeitgeist. Ever since its […]
The Head and the Heart finished up their sold out two night stand at The Mother Church this past Sunday, and to say that the night was brimming with vitality would be a criminal understatement.
Solar Twin, Shane Tutmarc’s new pop empowered project, premieres the video for his first single “Slow Motion.”
L/S spoke with Trevor Sensor about life as a touring musician, the excessive irony of modernity, and other musings of life and music. Sensor is opening for Foy Vance at Mercy Lounge on 10/14.
With the success of his new LP, ‘Shine On Rainy Day,’ Brent Cobb took some time to share his Nashville Five with L/S to precede his upcoming sold out show opening for Chris Stapleton at Ascend Amphitheater this Saturday.