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Giveaways for the Week: March 30th – April 5th

3/31: The Menzingers / Junior Astronomers @ Local 506

4/1: The Delta Saints / The Ends / Thick Modine @ Local 506

4/1: Single Mothers / Dirty Nil / Mantle @ The Pinhook

4/2: Erik Petersen of Mischief Brew / Cottontail @ Local 506

4/4: Sales / Laney Jones / Beloved Binge @ Local 506

4/4: Mates of State / Good Graeff @ The Pinhook

This week, tune into WKNC 88.1 FM and when the DJ asks for it, call the request lines to win tickets to these shows!  Good luck and happy listening!

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Music News and Interviews

DJ Ones’ Five Music Facts from the past week

1. M.I.A came out this week against Twilight in a recent interview with NME. After being offered to record a song for the Twilight soundtrack she said, “They asked me– luckily Jimmy (Lovine, boss at Interscope) had beef with the Twilight people, so he stepped in and told them to fuck off.” M.I.A also came out against Lady Gaga stirring up reactions in fans saying, “People say we’re similar, that we both mix all these things in the pot and spit them out differently,” she said, “but she spits it out exactly the same. None of her music’s reflective of how weird she wants to be or thinks she is.” (via NME)

2. Wilco will be curating their own festival at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. The band will be headlining the “Solid Sound Festival.” Alongside Wilco, and number of side projects from members of the band will also be joining. This will be Wilco’s only show over the summer, and it will take place in mid-August. (via Pitchfork)

3. Mates of State will be releasing a cover album entitled “The Spaghetti Incident?” The album is currently available for streaming only. The band covers acts including Girls, Death Cab for Cutie, Belle and Sebastian, and many more. (via Pitchfork)

4. Dan Deacon has remixed Owen Pallett’s “Lewis Take Off His Shirt” for the b-side to Pallett’s 12’ single that is set to release June 22. Pallett is planning on spending the next few months touring both North America and Europe. (via Pitchfork)

5. British folk star Laura Marling has come out against the criminalization of illegal downloads. In offering her reasoning she said, “I don’t think people should be criminalized for getting music for free because it’s there, it’s offered to them.” She added, “It’s promised to them by the internet server people, it’s promised to them by the phone companies. I think it’s their responsibility.” (via NME)