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Cameron Goes North: Pittsburgh, Day 1

Cameron Goes North: Pittsburgh, Day 1

Written by on 2013/04/02 in Featured, News, On The Road, Show Journal with 0 Comments

After a seven-and-a-half hour drive from Virginia to Pennsylvania that was only supposed to take six and a marginally good night’s sleep, I woke up in Pittsburgh to see snow falling on my friend Bobby’s deck. Sorry, shorts I foolishly packed. It’s not going to be your week. The snow could’ve gotten us down – […]

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Cameron Goes North: A Weeklong Gastronomic Diary

Cameron Goes North: A Weeklong Gastronomic Diary

Written by on 2013/04/01 in News with 0 Comments

While driving home to Virginia this Friday, I learned I would be leaving the ranks of the unemployed nine days later. In the midst of my excitement, I realized I had the perfect opportunity for one last blowout as a slacker – a weeklong road trip up north to visit friends, eat delicious sandwiches, drink […]

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Archer Avenue Showcase Featuring Harps

Written by on 2013/03/29 in Interviews with 0 Comments

 Facebook Event Harps, the new project from ex Marry a Thief drummer Colin Brown is an interesting all around project. A mix of the songwriting ability of Brown, mixed with the production aspects of Aaron Robertson and the input of a handful of other musicians in the studio, their sound can most easily be described […]

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Amy Godwin Acoustic Session

Written by on 2013/03/27 in Videos with 0 Comments

After filming an acoustic session with Valley Maker (Austin Crane, Amy Godwin) we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to film a solo one with Amy Godwin. She was after-all opening the show that night. As people started to line up outside we filmed this minutes before the doors opened. Soon after Godwin took the stage […]

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Fuzzy SXSW Memories with Junior Astronomers

Fuzzy SXSW Memories with Junior Astronomers

Written by on 2013/03/27 in On The Road, SXSW with 0 Comments

By Terrence Richard of Junior Astronomers Right now I’m tucked away in the van driving what to me seemed to be a Tornado in Florida. Its been some time since we left Austin but it feels like only yesterday I was hungry and sweaty all over. Searching for free booze and new tunes. This is […]

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Red All Over with Taylor Swift

Red All Over with Taylor Swift

Written by on 2013/03/25 in Photos, Show Journal with 0 Comments

  By Alexis Schwallier: Red isn’t just the name of Taylor Swift’s latest album, or her sold out tour. From red lipstick, sparkly red shoes, and a fire-red guitar, it was obvious the color was the theme of the night. Coincidence? I think not. Everyone can relate to songs about love, heartbreak, and the struggles […]

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[Photos] Ryan Alexander/Yosef/Mel Washington

[Photos] Ryan Alexander/Yosef/Mel Washington

Written by on 2013/03/25 in Photos with 0 Comments

Alexis Schwallier shot two shows for us last week, one being this one and one being the Taylor Swift show Saturday at Colonial Life Arena. She did a fantastic job with both of them. Tweet

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Dear Blanca Get’s Down at SXSW

Written by on 2013/03/25 in News with 0 Comments

While there weren’t many South Carolina bands represented on official stages at S0uth by Southwest this year, it didn’t stop a handful of Columbia bands from playing the festival unofficially. Shot at the Vulcan Army/Post Echo/Stereofly Collective Showcase, here is a video of Dear Blanca playing “Havana Tonight” the first single off their newest release […]

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Family of the Year Ticket/Vinyl Giveaway

Written by on 2013/03/21 in Tickets with 1 Comment

Facebook Event Monday nights are usually reserved for lying around on the couch being a total bum, but Family of the Year and The Mowgli’s might change that next week. Family of the Year is out on tour with their new album Loma Vista gradually growing in popularity with each new tour date. Around here […]

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[Festival Preview] Spring Jam Music Fest in Charleston

[Festival Preview] Spring Jam Music Fest in Charleston

Written by on 2013/03/21 in Concert Previews, News with 0 Comments

March 23 & 24, 2013 11 AM – 7 PM Brittlebank Park Next to Joe Riley Baseball Field Lockwood Dr, Charleston, SC 29403 Ticket Info. This Saturday and Sunday Brittlebank Park in Charleston will be the site of the 2013 Spring Jam Music Fest. Brought to us by 105.5 The Bridge among other local organizations, […]

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[Video Premiere] Brandon Kean-The Wrong Light

Written by on 2013/03/19 in Videos with 0 Comments

Brandon Kean had always written an occasional song on acoustic guitar, or played a solo acoustic show for fun now and then, but it wasn’t until a year ago that he stepped out on a limb to try to take his songs to the next level. After recording “On and On”, a song which was […]

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Shoplifter Booking Showcase with Modern Man/Cement Stars/Knives and Daggers

Shoplifter Booking Showcase with Modern Man/Cement Stars/Knives and Daggers

Written by on 2013/03/15 in Concert Previews with 1 Comment

Facebook Event One of the first steps for local bands to start playing shows out of their hometown is meeting the right people and bands to get that done. It can be a really frustrating thing to book worthwhile shows on your own, so it helps to find someone else that believes in your music […]

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Behind the Scenes with Fork and Spoon’s Casual Friday

Written by on 2013/03/15 in Videos with 0 Comments

  Fork and Spoon The Lovely FewHearts and Plugs We’re huge fans of Fork and Spoon records here at SceneSC and their new Casual Friday series, so we decided to see how it was done and film a low key acoustic session with this weeks featured artist The Lovely Few. Why is it called Casual […]

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Festival Journal: Savannah Stopover (Part Two)

Festival Journal: Savannah Stopover (Part Two)

Saturday at Savannah Stopover started out with a rehashing/learning how the previous night’s escapades unfolded. After being generally unpleased with myself, I was able to shrug off my disappointment and embrace the sunshine and low-70-degree temperatures outside. It was a new day and there were new bands and venues to discover. Since the music didn’t start […]

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Festival Journal: Savannah Stopover (Part One)

Festival Journal: Savannah Stopover (Part One)

Written by on 2013/03/13 in Festivals, Savannah Stopover with 0 Comments

I generally try and avoid situations where I’m pulling double duty as a press member and artist at a show/event, but David’s offer for me to cover the Savannah Stopover Festival after I finished playing seemed too good to pass up. My only previous experiences in Savannah were both negative, so the lure of press […]

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