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Shovels & Rope

Tue., Feb. 21, 7:30-9:30 p.m.

According to Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst, who make up this Charleston folk duo, their new album Little Seeds “is as loud as we’ve ever been and as quiet as we’ve ever been.” Not descriptive enough for you? The album ranges from raw electric feedback slammers to mandolin-led ballads, so be prepared to have your senses pulled in different directions at this show. Hearst grew up in Nashville then moved to Charleston to start a band, so she’s comfortable going against the grain. $20-30

Knight Theater (map)
430 S. Tryon St.
phone 704-372-1000

Thelma and the Sleaze w/ Camping, MoFun Go

Tue., Feb. 21, 9 p.m.

Raunchy, rumbling and full-bore riot grrrl in outlook, Nashville’s Thelma and the Sleaze are about as far as you can get from the vacuous bro-country that’s been befouling Music City as of late. Led by LG (AKA Lauren Gilbert), this rambunctious garage-rock power trio hijacks the loose cannon sensibility and sludgy aesthetics of lesser known 1970s southern rock acts like Black Oak Arkansas and couples them with a fiercely feminist and queercore outlook. $7

Snug Harbor (map)
1228 Gordon St.
Plaza Midwood
phone 704-333-9799
Thelma and the Sleaze w/ Camping, MoFun Go


Wed., Feb. 22, 8 p.m.

Throat singing, a technique where two or more notes are sung simultaneously, can create sounds ranging from guttural didgeridoo-like rumblings to unearthly shrieks. Alash, a trio from Tuva in southern Siberia, are musical ambassadors for the centuries-old form, touring extensively in America and collaborating with artists like Bela Feck. Alash tweak traditions by blending western instruments, harmonies and song structures into their hive of swarming voices. But their remarkable mouth music retains its alien beauty and mystery. $15

Evening Muse (map)
3227 N. Davidson St.
phone 704-376-3737
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