It’s safe to say Art Bar Agora was a success with ET Anderson’s Broken Local Scene performing to a packed room at Art Bar as the headliner. To follow-up our first video released prior to the show we have “KC […]
Dave Rempis is a free jazz saxophonist performing with many Chicago-based groups and also a presenter curating a weekly Thursday-night concert series for the Elastic Arts Foundation as well as one of the main organizers of the indie-rock Pitchfork Music Festival. What’s […]
What’s the first album you remember loving as a kid? I remember listening to Maroon 5’s Songs About Jane all the time when I was like 8 or 9 on this old blue boom box I had in my room. […]
Lab Sessions is an intimate series of concerts showcasing local and regional artists. The series will place a general focus on genres of music with soul and jazz influence, as well as a general focus on artists of color, and will take place over the course of five months between March and July.
It didn’t take long for Beach Sex to be noticed in their local scene. If it wasn’t the name that stood out most, it was the black ski masks, but watching them live all that goes away as you’re listening […]
It was a chilly night late last year when we caught up with Avi Jacob for this outdoor performance just off State Street in West Columba. We didn’t plan on shooting outdoors originally, but there was a cold haze in […]
What’s the first album you remember loving as a kid? Chris: Let’s Dance by David Bowie. Great stuff! I still freak out to that disc on the regular. Randal: Smashing Pumpkins – Melon Collie and the Infinite Sadness Jeremy: Probably […]
Bringing us an EP to tide us over until an end-of-the-year full-length album release, Matt Megrue (formerly of Matt Megrue and the Daisy Chains) is dropping 3-track Lost Hearts of the Jilted Age this Friday, Feb. 10. But we got […]
In their practice space off State Street in West Columbia, SC we caught up with Grand Republic as they rehearsed for an upcoming show. In the video we show the band rehearse three songs in their space and chat with band members John Furr and Troy Tague about the history of the band and the space in which they create their songs.
I’ve run into Austin Lee of The Gardener and the Willow at shows in Columbia and Charleston for years now. He’s often front-and-center, sharing the intensity of emotion with whatever artist is on stage. Artists notice this too, so when […]
What’s the first album you remember loving as a kid? Beck, Odelay What as the first album you bought with your own money? Green Day, Nimrod What was the first local band you were a fan of? Lowcountry Boil (the […]