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[New Music] “We Eat Themselves” – The Soap

[New Music] “We Eat Themselves” – The Soap

Written by on 2013/08/16 in Featured, New Music, News with 0 Comments

Since releasing their first album, Shelf Life, a little over a year ago, The Soap have been touring and apparently writing a second album. Here’s the new single from their sophomore effort, Red Thread. We Eat Themselves (Single) by The Soap The peacefulness that turns frantic reminds me a lot of the RX Bandits, as […]

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Free Download // “King Louie” // Latest from Ramphastos’ New Album

Free Download // “King Louie” // Latest from Ramphastos’ New Album

Written by on 2013/03/05 in Free Music, New Music with 0 Comments

Since I first heard Ramphastos–AKA Will Flourance–almost a year ago, I’ve been anxiously awaiting any and all of his new work. Although the latest single, “King Louie,” has been out for just over a month, I’ve been sitting on it until now. The press release Flourance sent to SceneSC says that his fourth album, Alakazam, […]

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What to Expect From the Third Annual Black Hearts Ball in Clemson

What to Expect From the Third Annual Black Hearts Ball in Clemson

Written by on 2013/02/13 in Concert Previews, Featured with 2 Comments

Facebook Event Valentine’s Day can be a slightly depressing holiday if you don’t have a sweetheart to call your own. That doesn’t have to be the case if you’re hanging out in the Upstate this year. Taking place at Friar’s Tavern in Clemson, the Black Hearts Ball is a post-apocalyptic shindig where the unattached have […]

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This Week’s New Music: Elonzo // 10th Letter // Antiquarian

This Week’s New Music: Elonzo // 10th Letter // Antiquarian

Written by on 2013/01/31 in Featured, Free Music with 0 Comments

Scrolling through my facebook feed on Tuesday, it felt more like December 25th than January 29th. Three notable SC releases came out earlier this week, including the 3rd full-length from Americana darlings Elonzo, Salt in the Wound. Flesh on the Bone. Also released on Tuesday were albums from two of the Upstate’s best electronic musicians, […]

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Show Preview: Dog Bite // Joie // Dear Sleeper

Show Preview: Dog Bite // Joie // Dear Sleeper

Written by on 2013/01/23 in Concert Previews with 0 Comments

The first show of WSBF’s free Spring Concert Series features up-and-coming band Dog Bite along with two of the Upstate’s freshest acts, Joie and Dear Sleeper. Dog Bite will be visiting Clemson before setting out with Toro y Moi on a cross country tour from January 30-March 3. The Atlanta-based garage-pop band also has an […]

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Show Preview: Gringo Star/Say Brother/Junior Astronomers/Dear Blanca at New Brookland Tavern

Show Preview: Gringo Star/Say Brother/Junior Astronomers/Dear Blanca at New Brookland Tavern

Written by on 2013/01/10 in Concert Previews, News with 0 Comments

This Saturday brings Atlanta-based Gringo Star to Columbia for a jam-packed show at New Brookland Tavern. In addition, the show features three exceptional Carolina acts: Say Brother, Junior Astronomers and Dear Blanca. Although they’ve got a pun for a name, Gringo Star is serious about playing unadulterated rock-n-roll. Way back in 2011, the group received […]

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[Jam Session] Bobby McFerrin and Ramphastos

Written by on 2012/08/10 in Featured, Free Music, News with 1 Comment

“Thinkin’ About Your Body” — Bobby McFerrin Everybody knows Bobby McFerrin as the “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” guy. I’d like to see Big Mouth Billy Bass try this one. What a lot of people don’t know is that McFerrin is basically a bonafide musical genius. Although Peter Frampton introduced the sound of a talk box, […]

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[Preview] Arts & Draughts at the Columbia Museum of Art

Written by on 2012/08/02 in Concert Previews, Featured, News, Videos with 0 Comments

Not often is a museum the place to be on a Friday night, but this week is a notable exception as the popular Arts & Draughts series returns to the Columbia Museum of Art, from 7 p.m. to midnight. Shannon Burke, the museum’s Public Programs Coordinator, started the event as an effort to highlight a […]

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Festival Preview: AthFest 2012

Festival Preview: AthFest 2012

Written by on 2012/06/20 in Concert Previews, Festivals with 1 Comment

When you first visit Athens, GA, you’ll notice kitschy statues of bulldogs and storefronts black and white and red all over. There’s no question that, as in every upstanding college town across the South, football is king. But in addition to what goes on between the hedges, Athens has a ridiculously good music scene. Like […]

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TV Girl in Greenville Tomorrow w/ We Roll Like Madmen

Written by on 2012/06/19 in Concert Previews, Featured, Free Music, Videos with 0 Comments

If you don’t already know David, you’ll have a chance to meet him at The Radio Room tomorrow night, where he’ll be celebrating his birthday with TV Girl. The indie-pop outfit from San Diego is set to visit Greenville between stops in Athens, GA, and Atlanta in support of their recent mixtape release with Greedhead […]

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Free Mix from Toro Y Moi

Free Mix from Toro Y Moi

Written by on 2012/05/30 in Featured, Free Music with 0 Comments

Chaz threw together a few tracks (including a new Toro Y Moi tune, “Hood Dreams”, and a new Les Sins track, “Fetch”) for an episode of electronic tastemaker Andrew Meza’s BTS Radio podcast. Hit up the comments with your thoughts on the mix and/or Toro and/or Chaz and/or why you [should/shouldn't] listen to curated playlists. TUNEAGE: Bullion – Family Mo […]

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Modern Man Kicks Off South Carolina Mini-Tour

Modern Man Kicks Off South Carolina Mini-Tour

Written by on 2012/05/24 in Concert Previews with 0 Comments

Last night, Greenville shoegaze(y) act Modern Man kicked off a mini-tour across the Palmetto State at the Radio Room. This weekend they’ll be playing in Columbia, Myrtle Beach, and Charleston. Dates & details are posted below. The band self-released its second LP, Eyes No, earlier this year. It’s available in various disc formats at shows (along […]

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Show Review: Washed Out in Charleston, 5/17

Show Review: Washed Out in Charleston, 5/17

Written by on 2012/05/23 in Photos, Show Journal, Show Reviews with 0 Comments

I don’t have a list of my top five favorite bands with South Carolina connections. If I did, though, Washed Out would probably be one of them. It blows me away how much notoriety Ernest Greene’s bedroom recording project has garnered him in the last three years or so. “He’s so hot! I love him!” my friend Remy told […]

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