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Honey Magpie

April 3, 2020 @ 8:00 pm - April 4, 2020 @ 12:00 am

Honey Magpie:
Known for vocal harmonies, classical string instruments, and nature-inspired lyrics, Honey Magpie is fronted by Millennial singer-songwriters Rachael Hurwitz (guitar, keys) and Pippa Hoover (cello). Their sound invites comparisons to all-female folk groups like I’m With Her, but draws more influence from pop than bluegrass or old time.

The band formed in 2015, when all members were in their mid-to-late 20s. Despite what felt like a late start in music, Honey Magpie pursued performing and recording wholeheartedly. They gained early success in the Triangle when they won the band contest at the Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival in 2015. They released their debut album Honey Magpie in 2017, and have since been featured in the Oak City Sessions video series and on WUNC’s The State of Things. Their single “Undecided” premiered on Pop Matters in January 2020.

Their second album Midnight Morning draws from a richer range of musical influences and boasts a higher production level than Honey Magpie. Listeners will recognize elements of 90s rock, 60s pop, country, and femme-fronted indie pop, supported by a full rhythm section of bass, drums, guitar, and keys. Millennials experiencing a “quarter-life crisis will relate to the album’s mix of joy, angst, and reflection on life, and fans of all ages will love the new depth in the band’s sound.

Links: Website | Facebook | Instagram | SoundCloud | YouTube

Rodes is the project of Durham, NC-based musician and songwriter M.K. Rodenbough. Her unique blend of downcast folk, Americana, and rock creates a wistful, melancholic beauty reflective of her heartfelt lyrics. Rodes’ songwriting style is personal, covering topics like living as a queer person in the American South, growing up as the youngest of four, and dealing with the anxieties of being a young person in today’s uncertain world. She released her debut single “The Underground” in October 2019 and will release her debut album in the Spring of 2020.

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Cat’s Cradle Back Room
300 E Main St.
Carrboro, NC 27510 United States
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