Greenvilleans! Head to the Tipsy Teapot this Friday: Hammer No More The Fingers, Organos, Morgan’s End, and Matt Philips & the Philharmonic

Indie rockers, Hammer No More The Fingers (Durham, NC) will headline a show this Friday at the Tipsy Teapot that includes Organos (Durham), Morgan’s End (Chapel Hill), and Greenville’s Matt Phillips and the Philharmonic.  Doors open at 8, show starts at 9. Get yer butts there!

Here’s a preview of Friday’s Show:

Hammer No More The Fingers

Hammer No More The Fingers (HMNTF) are renowned in the NC Triangle area for their electric performances and commanding stage presence. Together since 1994, Joe Hall, Jeff Stickley and Duncan Webster gained national attention with the release of their self-titled EP. They  followed that up with the LP, Looking for Bruce (2007). In 2011, HNMTF released Black Shark, which showcases their mastery of making guitar heavy, harmony laden tunes with incredible hooks.

Check out: “Steam”

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Watch: “Leroy”

Buy: Black Shark

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Organos

Organos is the solo project of Chapel Hill music veteran, Maria Albani. Albani plays with Schooner, has played with Pleasant, Tennis & the Mennonites, Un Deux Trois, & is co-creator and curator of Minus Sound Research Artist Collective.

Watch: “Same Eyes”

Watch: “Staring at the Ceiling”

Morgan’s End

Morgan’s End is an unsigned alternative rock act out of Chapel Hill. They  could fill the Grand Canyon with their edgy, atmospheric rock. They cite Smashing Pumpkins, Manchester Orchestra, Snow Patrol, Silversun Pickups, Radiohead, Nirvana, Brand New as influences.

Check out:

“God Was A Clockmaker”

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“Dreamcatcher” (Live)

“Sorry I Blew Up”

Matt Phillips and the Philharmonic

ECU student and troubadour, Matt Phillips fronts the Philharmonic, a group of 3-10 musicians from all over NC who provide vocals, horns, strings, and percussion.

Check out:

“All this Time”

“Bluegrass”

Preview more from Matt Phillips and the Philharmonic on SoundCloud.


Hope to see you there! 

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