Monthly Archives: March 2011

Photos 03-19-11: Slagle Building show

Jana Thompson has uploaded a boatload of photos from last weekend’s show at the Slagle Memorial Building in Franklin. Pictured: Tall Fields, Eureka California, The Moon Ladder, Crow Vs. Hawk, Total War, Polecat Swagger, the Unawarewulves, and a bunch of … Continue reading

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Miking Mihrab @ Guadalupe Cafe, Sat. March 26

EMERGENCY SHOW! Philly post-punkers Miking Mihrab needed a show on short notice, and they got one, at Guadalupe Cafe this Saturday. They’ll be there, with additional support to be determined. The show is free and will start around 10pm.

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Unawarewulves, Crow vs. Hawk, Eureka California and Total War – Sat. March 19th at the Slagle Building in Franklin

How often do you have a reason to spend a Saturday night in Franklin? This might be the best reason ever: two Franklin bands have taken the lead to make something happen by arranging a giant show at a local … Continue reading

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Photo archives 01-14-05: Libianca and Maesta at House On Broad Street

One of the features of the old was an archive of photos from shows in Sylva and nearby towns. We will periodically highlight a selection from this archive, beginning with this one, featuring Libianca and Maesta, two Sylva bands … Continue reading

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Photos 03-12-11 – Eureka California, Reader, The Moon Ladder @ Guadalupe

Photos of Eureka California, Reader, and The Moon Ladder in a Facebook gallery from the lovely Mar Starr. Click here to view the album.

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Reader & Eureka California @ Guadalupe, Saturday March 12th

Eureka California has made the trip from Athens to Sylva a few times to play with locals like Unawarewulves and Total War. They play catchy, dance-able 90s-ish indie rock with a bizarre amount of reverb in the vocals. Reader is … Continue reading

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Archives: quietzine #4

The fourth and final print issue of quiet, printed in August 2005, included features on Guadalupe Cafe, local metalists Libianca, LIFT Culture House (now Tribal Grounds Coffee in Cherokee), and visual artist Patty Moussali. Read it in its entirety after … Continue reading

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Back in black and white.

Quiet is back online. There may not be much value left in the name after such an extended hiatus — the original went dark sometime in 2009, and the print zine hasn’t been published since 2005 — but for … Continue reading

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