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Starting this episode is Abigail, Heidi and Emily with the Weekly News.
Following the Weekly News, Maha Syed interviews Peg Morrison from NAMI covering several mental health topics. This interview does have a content warning due to the topics covered.
Lastly, Brian Jurado interviews Lou a bike mechanic at Oak City Cycling. They talk about Bike Maintenance, Cycling through Raleigh and several more tips!
Plover and Raleigh native Max Gowan talked about his new album Glossolalia (and what the title means), while also touching on Hopscotch day party culture and its role in the local music scene and what mixing and mastering add to a record.
T-Time takes a look at MySpace and its impact on emo.
Plover sat down with Sk the Novelist along with Cosmo, Lord D Rock, 3amsound, Anderson Burrus, and Vex to discuss Sk’s upcoming album and the release show they’ll be performing, also touching on the Pour House’s impact on the Raleigh hip-hop scene and The Game’s new album.
Plover and CFR Council mastermind Ryan O’Doud talked about their upcoming festival American Babylon 6 which will be at Panther Lake on September 2-5. They discussed the DIY and sub-underground scene that is represented in the festival as well as the impact of the internet on creating musical communities and the unique vibes of forest concerts.
Starting todays episode is Weekly News with Abigail, Heidi and Emily. Topics featured are NC State Packapalooza, Food Truck Rodeo, Wake County Schools and The Raleigh Market.
Following the Weekly News, Tim Mensa, a University Library Specialist will discuss library learning spaces and services.
Plover spoke with BJ Barnham of American Aquarium. They talked about his time at NC State, getting started with his band at The Brewery and other Hillsborough Street venues. BJ also gave his impression of stepping into the circle to play Ryman Auditorium in Nashville for the first time this summer and touring the United States and Europe this year.
Plover and BJ also discussed the band’s new album “Chicamacomico” which deals with loss on a lot of levels, and their two albums of 1990s popular country music, “Slappers, Bangers and Certified Twangers” volumes one and two.
American Aquarium will headline NC State’s Packapalooza on Saturday, Aug. 27 at 8:30 p.m.
In this episode of You’ll Never Believe Me But… Cutter’s sort-of-uncle Daniel comes on to tell stories of singing in front of the President and hitting basketball legend Dean Smith with a door, as well as fret about his guess as to Cutter’s stories