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Hip-Hop Makes Big Impact at SXSW '15

Hip-Hop Makes Big Impact at SXSW ’15

  South by did an amazing job at showcasing well-known and up-coming artists in the conglomerate of hip-hop, ranging from old school rap to new school alternative R&B. Whether it was Ludacris performing before TV On the Radio at Stubb’s, Miley Cyrus […]

[Show Review]: And we all swoon for Father John Misty

[Show Review]: And we all swoon for Father John Misty

Joshua Tillman is dead, and Father John Misty killed him. I knew after first listening through I Love You, Honeybear, that Tillman’s progression into becoming an icon had been fulfilled. Even just the obvious difference in track titles proved it […]

[Photos]: A Night of Revelry with Dr. Dog

[Photos]: A Night of Revelry with Dr. Dog

Live at a Flamingo Hotel was a testament to Dr. Dog’s refined live performance and while it does ring true, it cannot compare to actually being in the same room with Scott McMicken and Toby Leamann. Joined by rhythm guitarist […]

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 […]