Watch the lyric video for Atlas Road Crew’s new song “Smoke and Mirrors” from their upcoming album Chasing Fire.
What’s the first album you remember loving as a kid? I remember loving Backstreet Boys and the soundtrack for Moulin Rouge. Also, (and don’t judge me) the first live action Scooby Doo movie? Let’s just say that CD was never […]
Blind by Estee Estee Gabay has released the first single off of her full length album that will debut early next year. ‘Blind’ is a song about ” the universe aligning to create a circumstance that feels destined. It’s about […]
Susto continue their tour on the band’s 2017 breakout album & I’m Fine Today returning with South Carolina dates in September, October, and November. The hometown Charleston show will be a special one, closing down The Royal American parking lot […]
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.
Tall Kitchen Bag, the newest addition to Charleston collective Makeout Reef, released their debut single along with announcing the release of their debut EP on tape in early 2017. That last sentence includes the news that Makeout Reef will start […]
Wav Creative is back at it with an excellent new video from our favorite grunge rockers Heyrocco performing live at The Commodore in Charleston. Heyrocco keep their big year rolling after the release of their latest EP Waiting on Cool […]
While on their way to Savannah Stopover in March, Quiet Hollers stopped in Charleston for a show and spared some time to hang out with us. We recorded their single “Aviator Shades” in a historic home downtown, and finally have […]
Sufjan Stevens is known for his introspective lyrics and beautiful orchestrations. With a long history marked by a unique perspective and gambles only a musician with true artistry would fully embrace—like an entire album with instrumental interpretations of the Chinese […]
It was a year ago when we received an email from Michael Collier who was in the process of moving from Philadelphia to Charleston for school. We talked a bit about the music scene in Charleston and South Carolina and […]
When the Charleston rock group, Leslie, broke up in the fall of 2011, Ballard Lesemann compared it to the tinge he felt at 16 when he heard of the Police calling it quits. Comprised of drummer Jonathan Carman, bassist Jason Fox […]
After opening up a run of Southeast dates in Wilmington, NC the night before, Future Islands noted early in their Columbia set that it was good to be back in the South. They’ve been touring the world non stop since […]
April 13 – Columbia, SC @ Music Farm Columbia April 14 – Charleston, SC @ Music Farm Charleston I wasn’t always a Future Islands fan and it wasn’t their music that won me over when I started to […]
G. Love and Special Sauce performed at the Music Farm in Charleston, S.C. on March 22nd. Earlier that day, G. Love sat down with Stephen Pond inside the venue to speak about his role as a musician, his time […]