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Free Music: The Fire Tonight

Free Music: The Fire Tonight

Written by on 2010/05/13 in Featured, Free Music with 0 Comments

EP RELEASE June 3rd New Brookland Tavern with The Private Life of David Reed and Deleveled The Fire Tonight has released the first single “Sabotage Me” off their new EP for free download on Bandcamp.  With their EP Release only weeks away, The Fire Tonight is officially back from their break and ready to rock […]

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The New BIndian

The New BIndian

Written by on 2010/05/12 in Featured, News with 1 Comment

Our sibling blog from Georgia got a total face-lift to their site today and joined Scene SC on the WordPress network. The new site is clean and super user friendly and easy to navigate.  I had a dream on what the new Blue Indian would look like, and I was a little off.  In my […]

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7Q’s With Campbell the Band

7Q’s With Campbell the Band

Written by on 2010/05/12 in Featured, Interviews with 1 Comment

After some time off, Campbell the Band is back on the grid, releasing a new EP at The Watershed on Friday, May 14th.  We’ll have a review of the EP up early next week! First of all, welcome back to the music scene. Where have you been? We disassembled for a while to go our […]

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Sam Quinn and the Intrinsic Sadness

Sam Quinn and the Intrinsic Sadness

Written by on 2010/05/11 in Featured with 0 Comments

Sam Quinn from Ramseur Records on Vimeo. The new Sam Quinn album, The Fake That Sunk a Thousand Ships, came out yesterday on Ramsuer Records.  For fans of The Everybodyfields and Sam Quinn, this day has been a long time coming. If you like your music poppy and depressing like I do, you’ll love the […]

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The Restoration Album Release Videos

The Restoration Album Release Videos

Written by on 2010/05/10 in Featured, Videos with 1 Comment

Here are the first two videos for The Restoration’s CD release April 24th and the Trustus Theatre in Columbia.  The release was a huge success.  Within twenty minutes of the doors opening all of the seating was sold out and standing room only tickets were sold. We’ll be uploading more videos everyday as we have […]

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Scene SC Acoustic Session-Wylie

Scene SC Acoustic Session-Wylie

Written by on 2010/05/10 in Featured, News with 1 Comment

This was one of the most fun Acoustic Session’s we’ve filmed yet.  We didn’t have to worry about getting kicked out this time, because we tried to bring as many people as we could in the bathroom with us. This is their song “Vidalia” which you can also hear on their Myspace.  They have a […]

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A Look Inside Archer Avenue Studios

A Look Inside Archer Avenue Studios

Written by on 2010/05/06 in Featured, News with 0 Comments

  The guys at Let Them Eat Cake! productions filmed this look inside Archer Avenue Studios, giving people an inside perspective into the recording process. Archer Avenue Studios is one of Columbia’s top recording studios run by Kenny McWilliams (Baumer, Laura Story, Rejectioneers) and Eric McCoy (Madison Fair.)  They’ve recorded some of the best albums […]

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Death of Paris Studio Journal

Death of Paris Studio Journal

Written by on 2010/05/06 in Featured, News with 0 Comments

Death of Paris studio journal Hey everyone! We are in the studio at Killingsworth Recording Company in Los Angeles, CA where we are working with producer David Baker. We will be posting new episodes on Death of Paris TV (http://www.youtube.com/deathofparis) daily so that you can be a part of the studio experience as well. We […]

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Toro Y Moi-Summer Tours with Phoenix, Caribou and Washed Out

Toro Y Moi-Summer Tours with Phoenix, Caribou and Washed Out

Written by on 2010/05/05 in Featured, News with 0 Comments

(Photo By Pat Wright Photography) We tweeted last week when we heard that Toro Y Moi was finally playing a home town show at New Brookland Tavern in June with Caribou, because we are super excited about that show.  I think the entire town is excited.  Since Toro Y Moi started blowing up, he hasn’t […]

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Band of Horses-Making of Infinite Arms

Band of Horses-Making of Infinite Arms

Written by on 2010/05/05 in Featured with 0 Comments

Check out this video from Band of Horses showing the 2 year process of writing and recording of their new record Infinite Arms.  The release is only a couple of weeks away and it has been a long time coming for the band. Looks like they started off with 30 or so songs and narrowed […]

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Artisphere Kicks off Friday

Artisphere Kicks off Friday

Written by on 2010/05/05 in Concert Previews, Featured with 0 Comments

Downtown Greenville May 7-9th Artisphere kicks off this weekend in downtown Greenville with Live music, visual arts exhibits and plenty of local food.  Artisphere has been going on since 2003 and focuses on showcasing and focusing on the arts, not only in Greenville, but throughout the upstate of South Carolina and North Carolina. Who to […]

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Hear the New Taking Back Sunday

Hear the New Taking Back Sunday

Written by on 2010/05/04 in News with 1 Comment

In this new video from Taking Back Sunday you can hear some of their new material and it sounds like 2002 again.  Maybe John Nolan did mean a lot to the band… Sounds like they are going to play some tour dates before they hit the studio, so it’s only a matter of time before […]

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Friday Night Lights is Back

Friday Night Lights is Back

Written by on 2010/05/04 in News with 2 Comments

  Season Premiere Friday May 7th, 8/7c With Lost nearing an end, I can’t wait to have Friday Night Lights back on TV and couldn’t be more excited about the Season 4 premiere Friday night.  FNL has never gotten the credit or ratings it deserves, but stays alive with a fairly hardcore following. That being […]

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Walking Downtown with Hannah Miller

Walking Downtown with Hannah Miller

Written by on 2010/05/04 in Featured, News with 0 Comments

At My Best – Hannah Miller from patrick coker on Vimeo.     I’m The Moon – Hannah Miller from patrick coker on Vimeo.     Poor Wayfaring Stranger – Hannah Miller from patrick coker on Vimeo. Patrick Coker filmed these three videos of Hannah Miller in downtown Columbia, with James Miller holding the mic […]

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Bryan Gibson Accompanies Chris Cornell at The Roxy

Bryan Gibson Accompanies Chris Cornell at The Roxy

Written by on 2010/05/03 in Featured, News with 1 Comment

Photos by Laurieann Rosso Chris Cornell played a solo show at The Roxy in Los Angeles last night and was accompanied by SC musician Bryan Gibson (Tent Revival, I Nine, Encaustic). Cornell played set filled with rare songs, including songs from Soundgarden, Audioslave and covers from Bob Dylan, Tom Waits and The Beatles. Check out […]

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