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Tuesday
September
23
Lydia Loveless, Caleb Caudle
Motorco Music Hall, Durham


Tuesday
September
23
See Gulls, Golden Pelicans, Flesh Wounds
The Cave, Chapel Hill
Two of these three bands were the HOTTEST tickets at Hopscotch. Like immediate packed houses for day parties and nighttime sets. It's crazy that they're both playing the Cave on the same night.

photo: See Gulls, Potluck Hopscotch Day Party, September 2014
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Tuesday
September
23
Senses Fail, No Bragging Rights, Knuckle Puck, The Wind
Cat's Cradle, Carrboro


Tuesday
September
23
Joshua James, Neulore, Armon Jay
Cat's Cradle Back Room, Carrboro


Tuesday
September
23
The Strumbellas, Jonah Tolchin
Pour House, Raleigh


Wednesday
September
24
Alesana, Megosh, The Funeral Portrait, The Things They Carried
Southland Ballroom, Raleigh


Wednesday
September
24
Tennis, Pure Bathing Culture, Luke Temple
Cat's Cradle, Carrboro


Wednesday
September
24
Hammer No More the Fingers, Almost People
Motorco Music Hall, Durham
Happy 4th Anniversary to MotorCo!

photo: Hammer No More the Fingers - Cat's Cradle - October 6, 2007
music in the groovo.org player: Hammer No More the Fingers
video(s) on their page(s): Hammer No More the Fingers
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Wednesday
September
24
Kid Congo and The Pink Monkey Birds, Wailin' Storms
The Pinhook, Durham
Kid Congo Powers was in the Gun Club, the Cramps, and an early version of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. What else would you like to know?
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Wednesday
September
24
Josh Brister, Aaron Gallagher
The Cave, Chapel Hill


Wednesday
September
24
The Chop Tops, Blood Red River, Malamondos
Local 506, Chapel Hill
music in the groovo.org player: Blood Red River, Malamondos


Wednesday
September
24
Father Finger, Chicklette, Raphael, Secret Boyfriend, Daughters Goggles
Nightlight, Chapel Hill
music in the groovo.org player: Secret Boyfriend


Wednesday
September
24
Dinosaur Feathers
Slim's, Raleigh


Thursday
September
25
The Wood Brothers, Chris Kasper
Haw River Ballroom, Saxapahaw


Thursday
September
25
Urban Soil, The Heritage
Tir Na Nog, Raleigh


Thursday
September
25
Yuna, Boulevards
Kings, Raleigh


Thursday
September
25
Shonen Knife, Pipe
The Pinhook, Durham
I saw about 5 minutes of Shonen Knife when they came through town last year, and they were a most excellent 5 minutes.

photo: Pipe - XXMerge - Cat's Cradle - July 24, 2009
music in the groovo.org player: Pipe
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Thursday
September
25
OK Go
Cat's Cradle, Carrboro


Thursday
September
25
Lonnie Walker, Dinosaur Feathers, The Charming Youngsters
Cat's Cradle Back Room, Carrboro


photo: Lonnie Walker - The Pinhook - July 31, 2009


Thursday
September
25
Sundy Best, Sinners & Saints
Local 506, Chapel Hill


Thursday
September
25
Jonathan Parker and the Bel-Airs, The Malpass Brothers
Pour House, Raleigh


Thursday
September
25
Heaven's Jail, Jesse Anderson Ainslie
The Cave, Chapel Hill


Thursday
September
25
The Second After, Not Tonight Josephine, Take Heart
The Maywood, Raleigh


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