Thursday, August 28th at 4:31pm
PHOTOS: ANDREW MCMAHON – RED HAT AMPHITHEATER, RALEIGH NC – 5TH AUGUST 2014
PHOTOS: ANDREW MCMAHON – RED HAT AMPHITHEATER, RALEIGH NC – 5TH AUGUST 2014
PHOTOS: ANDREW MCMAHON – RED HAT AMPHITHEATER, RALEIGH NC – 5TH AUGUST 2014
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PHOTOS: ANDREW MCMAHON – RED HAT AMPHITHEATER, RALEIGH NC – 5TH AUGUST 2014

PHOTOS: ANDREW MCMAHON – RED HAT AMPHITHEATER, RALEIGH NC – 5TH AUGUST 2014

PHOTOS: ANDREW MCMAHON – RED HAT AMPHITHEATER, RALEIGH NC – 5TH AUGUST 2014

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Thursday, August 28th at 4:16pm
REVIEW: THE EARLY NOVEMBER – LOCAL 506, CHAPEL HILL NC – 4TH AUGUST 2014.
“More than two years after headlining RaleighPalooza, The Early November finally returned to central North Carolina to completely pack out Local 506 for an acoustic set. This band has faithful fans, who talked up the show for weeks in advance, and lined up early to get a prime spot in the club.”
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REVIEW: THE EARLY NOVEMBER – LOCAL 506, CHAPEL HILL NC – 4TH AUGUST 2014.

More than two years after headlining RaleighPalooza, The Early November finally returned to central North Carolina to completely pack out Local 506 for an acoustic set. This band has faithful fans, who talked up the show for weeks in advance, and lined up early to get a prime spot in the club.”

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Thursday, August 28th at 4:13pm
PHOTOS: THE EARLY NOVEMBER – LOCAL 506, CHAPEL HILL NC – 4TH AUGUST 2014
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PHOTOS: THE EARLY NOVEMBER – LOCAL 506, CHAPEL HILL NC – 4TH AUGUST 2014

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Thursday, August 28th at 4:09pm
REVIEW: UNDER THE SUN TOUR – RED HAT AMPHITHEATER, RALEIGH NC – 1ST AUGUST 2014.
“The Under the Sun Tour rolled through Raleigh with Sugar Ray, Uncle Kracker, SmashMouth, and Blues Traveler. Not only did this tour have 90s and early 2000s nostalgia written all over it, but it also meant a night loaded with hits that everyone could sing along to, and that’s exactly what we did.”
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REVIEW: UNDER THE SUN TOUR – RED HAT AMPHITHEATER, RALEIGH NC – 1ST AUGUST 2014.

The Under the Sun Tour rolled through Raleigh with Sugar RayUncle KrackerSmashMouth, and Blues Traveler. Not only did this tour have 90s and early 2000s nostalgia written all over it, but it also meant a night loaded with hits that everyone could sing along to, and that’s exactly what we did.”

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Thursday, August 28th at 4:07pm
PHOTOS: BLUES TRAVELER – RED HAT AMPHITHEATER, RALEIGH NC – 1ST AUGUST 2014
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PHOTOS: BLUES TRAVELER – RED HAT AMPHITHEATER, RALEIGH NC – 1ST AUGUST 2014

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Thursday, August 28th at 4:01pm
REVIEW: LEEDS FESTIVAL – SUNDAY.
“It’s Sunday morning, the final day of the festival and everyone’s tired, hungover or both, so surely the last thing anyone wants is some loud, fast music, right? Wrong, evidently, given by the rather large crowd that Gnarwolves (★★★★) draw for their set opening the Main Stage. It wouldn’t be completely unfair to expect the worst – skate punk isn’t usually a genre represented on the country’s biggest stage, and the Brighton trio are by far the most unpolished and underground band to grace the stage all weekend – but such worries are quickly put paid to. “
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REVIEW: LEEDS FESTIVAL – SUNDAY.

It’s Sunday morning, the final day of the festival and everyone’s tired, hungover or both, so surely the last thing anyone wants is some loud, fast music, right? Wrong, evidently, given by the rather large crowd that Gnarwolves (★★★★draw for their set opening the Main Stage. It wouldn’t be completely unfair to expect the worst – skate punk isn’t usually a genre represented on the country’s biggest stage, and the Brighton trio are by far the most unpolished and underground band to grace the stage all weekend – but such worries are quickly put paid to. “

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Thursday, August 28th at 3:56pm
REVIEW: LEEDS FESTIVAL – SATURDAY.
“It’s day two, and there’s one name on everyone’s lips. Billed as playing his ‘first ever solo show’ (though actually it’s his fourth), the Radio 1 / NME Stage is packed out for the return of Gerard Way (★★★★), with the level of fanaticism only tantamount to the level of curiosity.”
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REVIEW: LEEDS FESTIVAL – SATURDAY.

It’s day two, and there’s one name on everyone’s lips. Billed as playing his ‘first ever solo show’ (though actually it’s his fourth), the Radio 1 / NME Stage is packed out for the return of Gerard Way (★★★★), with the level of fanaticism only tantamount to the level of curiosity.”

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Thursday, August 28th at 3:52pm
REVIEW: LEEDS FESTIVAL – FRIDAY.
“Back again for another bank holiday weekend are the Reading and Leeds Festivals, and this year, with a bigger and more eclectic lineup than ever, it looks set to be one of the best in recent memory. Kicking off proceedings to an enthusiastic crowd on the Main Stage are The Story So Far (★★★), and while they follow many conventions of modern day pop-punk – shouty, angsty vocals; big choruses; admittedly unnecessary double-time drums – but songs like Right Here and Quicksand assures that the Californians stand out amongst the genre’s mounds of filler.”
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REVIEW: LEEDS FESTIVAL – FRIDAY.

Back again for another bank holiday weekend are the Reading and Leeds Festivals, and this year, with a bigger and more eclectic lineup than ever, it looks set to be one of the best in recent memory. Kicking off proceedings to an enthusiastic crowd on the Main Stage are The Story So Far (★★★), and while they follow many conventions of modern day pop-punk – shouty, angsty vocals; big choruses; admittedly unnecessary double-time drums – but songs like Right Here and Quicksand assures that the Californians stand out amongst the genre’s mounds of filler.”

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Thursday, August 28th at 3:47pm
REVIEW: FREQUENCY FESTIVAL – DAY THREE.
“Once again, the day starts with the question ‘How could today be better than yesterday?’. Challenge accepted, Frequency!

Still, the first signs of exhaustion are visible on the way to the Space Stage, as eager music-enthusiasts encounter swaying mud-covered zombies who are still drunk or drunk again (the unsolved question remains). Yet some brave (and naked) warriors have gathered to pose for photographer Gerrit Starczewski and his Naked Heart project. Thankfully the sun is out.”
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REVIEW: FREQUENCY FESTIVAL – DAY THREE.

Once again, the day starts with the question ‘How could today be better than yesterday?’. Challenge accepted, Frequency!

Still, the first signs of exhaustion are visible on the way to the Space Stage, as eager music-enthusiasts encounter swaying mud-covered zombies who are still drunk or drunk again (the unsolved question remains). Yet some brave (and naked) warriors have gathered to pose for photographer Gerrit Starczewski and his Naked Heart project. Thankfully the sun is out.”
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Thursday, August 28th at 3:43pm
REVIEW: FREQUENCY FESTIVAL – DAY TWO.
“Frequency continues after a warm-up that can only be described as hot-up. Everyone is still talking about Macklemore and no one really cares that, surprise surprise, Babyshambles canceled as friday headliners. The sun is out, although a bit shy, but it is enough to give everyone hope that maybe, they’ll stay dry today.”
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REVIEW: FREQUENCY FESTIVAL – DAY TWO.

Frequency continues after a warm-up that can only be described as hot-up. Everyone is still talking about Macklemore and no one really cares that, surprise surprise, Babyshambles canceled as friday headliners. The sun is out, although a bit shy, but it is enough to give everyone hope that maybe, they’ll stay dry today.”

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