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WUSC Wednesdays: Houndmouth

WUSC Wednesdays: Houndmouth

After bearing witness to an absolutely epic performance by Shakey Graves at the Charleston Music Hall Sunday, I’ve been on an alt-country-folk-Americana-whatchamacallit phase…particularly that which still busts some heavy guitar. In my search to not just feature Shakey Graves (again) […]

[Show Preview]: Dr. Dog Sells Out The Orange Peel

[Show Preview]: Dr. Dog Sells Out The Orange Peel

It is absolutely crazy to think that Dr. Dog’s first studio album Toothbrush was released in 2003. Since that self-released debut, the Philadelphia-based group has gradually climbed to indie stardom through their road-dog lifestyle, opening for notable artists like M. Ward […]

[Show Review]: Modest Mouse In North Charleston

[Show Review]: Modest Mouse In North Charleston

Modest Mouse was the show to see in the Holy City this month, selling out the North Charleston Performing Arts Center that holds just about twenty-three hundred people. The indie rock band of ’93 has been making headlines since the early 2000s, […]

Interview: Arsena Schroeder performing acoustic solo set at Moe Joes in Greenville on Saturday

Interview: Arsena Schroeder performing acoustic solo set at Moe Joes in Greenville on Saturday

    Arsena Schroeder is a 24-year-old, Charlotte-based indie act with a small, yet powerful catalogue of honest, acoustically driven songs. Schroeder recently released her debut full-length album, For My Artist Child, which was inspired by Julia Cameron’s book, “The […]

FESTIVAL SEASON BEGINS: Stopping Over In Savannah, Georgia

FESTIVAL SEASON BEGINS: Stopping Over In Savannah, Georgia

Although spring still isn’t officially in season until the 20th, the music festival fever has begun as the temperatures seem to finally be rising. Savannah Stopover did the honors of breaking my 2015 festival virginity and while I enjoyed the […]

Stop Light Observations Release New Single "Helicopters"

Stop Light Observations Release New Single “Helicopters”

Stop Light Observations is arguably one of the most successful bands to have risen from the coastal streets of Charleston, and it seemingly happened overnight. One day, they were kids forming a band and the next, they were lined up […]

Interview: Youngster and The Great Oaks discuss new music and more before Friday’s show at New Brookland Tavern

Interview: Youngster and The Great Oaks discuss new music and more before Friday’s show at New Brookland Tavern

  Youngster and The Great Oaks will be playing New Brookland Tavern on Friday alongside the Canadian indie folk act, Current Swell. Youngster, which is based out of Florence, began in 2010 as the brainchild of singer and songwriter, Blake […]