good stuff this week
 [pop up music player] 

Saturday
November
1
Andrew Kasab, Kitty Box & the Johnnys, Jick Winslow, Tokyo Rosenthal, Teacup Gin
Cat's Cradle, Carrboro


Saturday
November
1
Meridian, The Hem of His Garment, Felt Battery
Nightlight, Chapel Hill


photo: The Hem of His Garment, Chaz's Bull City Records, July 31, 2006


Saturday
November
1
Necrocosm, Grooms of the Stool, Anamorph
The Maywood, Raleigh


Saturday
November
1
Chip Shearin
Motorco Music Hall, Durham


Saturday
November
1
Gray Young, Tone, Static is a City
Kings, Raleigh
Gray Young have emerged from their uncharacteristic hibernation, presumably with a batch of new songs.
music in the groovo.org player: Gray Young
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Saturday
November
1
Phononova, The Bastages
The Cave, Chapel Hill


Saturday
November
1
Motion Pictures, Treefunk
Pour House, Raleigh


Saturday
November
1
Belle Adair, Wool, Justin Ellis
Slim's, Raleigh


Saturday
November
1
The Fifth, 21st Century Goliath, Motrendus
Deep South (The Bar), Raleigh


Saturday
November
1
Mystery Hillbillies, Radar's Clowns of Sedation
The Kraken, Chapel Hill


Not enough for you? There are fun interactive maps to the clubs via the Google Maps API.

Other ways to get this info:

1) The handheld-optimized version of the site, or a new simplified text version of this page, for you lo-fi fans.

2) An RSS feed. AND! A weekly oggcast! (OK, it's just my WXDU radio show.)

3) An iCal feed of all the listed shows, updated nightly.

4) This listing is posted once or twice a week to ch-scene, the mailing list which is itself a mirror of alt.music.chapel-hill.

5) For you web 2.0 fans, we have a facebook app *and* a Twitter account.

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