The year of 2010 proved to be something great for the North Carolina music scene in more ways than one. With the addition of the first annual Hopscotch Festival being held in Raleigh and Moogfest in Asheville, the scene had a chance to flourish like never before, and flourish it did. This was mainly due in part to some of the awesome records that came out of North Carolina this year. Highlighted by The Love Language, Lost in the Trees re-issue, a great full-length debut from Wild Wild Geese, and much more, the albums put out this year all stepped it up a notch. So here is what The Bottom String thinks are the records from 2010 that YOU need to check out!
Monday, December 13, 2010
Saturday, December 4, 2010
Kevin Devine is an artist that's been evolving since his solo debut back in 2002 with "Circle Gets The Square" and only continues to do so with his latest effort, Bad Books, a collaborative project with the guys in Manchester Orchestra. Kevin was nice enough to sit down with me before the first show on the Andy + Kevin tour at The Cat's Cradle and do a Bottom String Session.
We talked a bit about the process of making the Bad Books record, his progress on his upcoming full length, and much more. After our interview Kevin performed "Country Sky Glow" from "Make The Clocks Move". Check out the interview and performance below!
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