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The legend of Spazz Fest

Once upon a time there was a handful of young artists who felt the need to take the art and music scene of Greenville into their own hands. Read More

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FS returns to Spazz for fourth year

After several years of participation, FS is excited to make their return to Spazz Fest, an annual music festival held in Greenville, in March. Read More

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Zack Mexico brings a psychadelic sound

When visiting the Outer Banks, location along the great barrier islands is often described by milepost (MP) number, starting in Kitty Hawk and ascending as you drive south along Route 12. Read More

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Laura Thurston lives colorfully

  "I’ve always driven Buicks in different shades of blue. Read More

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‘Brighter Daze’ The return of Murs and 9th Wonder

Murs and 9th Wonder are agreed to be a classic and almost sacred combo by hip-hop lovers across the globe. Read More

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Coldplay stays true to their sound

With more than 80 million copies of their collective work sold globally throughout their career, Coldplay has managed to stay true to their expected sound with the release of their seventh — and supposed final — album “A Head Full of Dreams.”The album dropped on December 4, just in time to catch the holiday season. Read More

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Supatight returns to Greenville

Based out of Asheville, Supatight is a funk/rock/ jam band with hints of pop and reggae. Read More

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Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds review

With her soaring vocals, Arleigh Kincheloe swoops across the stage with her bandmates of grungy-rock, blues and soul. Read More

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Q&A with Eli Craig Band

Eli Craig Band, out of the Washington, N.C. area, is showing great promise with a strong following of local and regional fans spanning from eastern North Carolina and outward. Read More

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Out of a silo, Psylo Joe

It all started in an enchanted home on Third and Elm Street in Greenville. Read More

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The Color of Sound

Alabama Shakes, a band hailing out of the small town of Athen, Ala. has had quite a large amount of success over the last few years. Read More

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Stoking the fire

With their roots beginning in Greenville, Signal Fire are preparing for their second album release. 
The reggae roots band based out of Wilmington includes members Sean Gregory, Cullen Seward, Carl Blackmon and Kenneth Forrest, who met during their days as ECU students. Read More

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‘Dreams Worth More Than Money’

Meek Mill’s album, “Dreams Worth More Than Money,” dropped June 29, via Maybach Music Group, Atlantic Records and his own label, Dream Chasers Records. Read More

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Steph Stewart & the Boyfriends

In the beginning, it was only Steph Stewart and her songs. Read More

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‘Radius’: Stone repackages soul music

Allen Stone is a white man with blue eyes and blond hair approximating soul music. Read More

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Why open mics are crucial for aspiring artists

A local music scene is an ever changing dynamic of people throughout any city. Read More

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Blood Harmony rings through eastern NC

While most have heard of bands and musical groups that include siblings singing together, many have never heard the term “Blood Harmony.” Despite the gruesome imagery with its title, this is a term known to represent the pure sounds of immediate family members blending their voices in song to create a unique and genuine tone. Read More

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The Wet Boys leave local listeners soaked

The Wet Boys have taken the city of Greenville by storm. Read More