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[Jam Session] The Sea Wolf Mutiny and Father John Misty

[Jam Session] The Sea Wolf Mutiny and Father John Misty

Written by on 2012/11/30 in News with 0 Comments

              The Sea Wolf Mutiny When bands record Christmas songs it can often come off cheesy and half-hearted. With The Sea Wolf Mutiny’s version of “Jesus Christ The Apple Tree” they not only chose a Christmas song that sometimes gets lost and deserves more attention in the Advent season, […]

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#TwitterThursday with @JUBEEATMA and Favorites of the Week

#TwitterThursday with @JUBEEATMA and Favorites of the Week

Written by on 2012/11/29 in Twitter Thursday with 0 Comments

Do you ever randomly get this song stuck in your head on your drive home from work? Me either. I also never cried in elementary school because my dad wouldn’t take me to Freaknik. Or cried when Freaknik was outlawed. I never did any of these things. What I did do was read a lot […]

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The Stuffing, The Leftovers, The Bangovers 2012

The Stuffing, The Leftovers, The Bangovers 2012

Written by on 2012/11/28 in Photos, Show Journal with 0 Comments

Where were Junior Astronomers? Since its inaugural event in 2010, The Stuffing, a concert put on by the Favorite Gentlemen community of artists the night before Thanksgiving, has been an extremely successful event. It’s an ambitious concert, taking over the Center Stage complex in downtown Atlanta, bands play from 5 until midnight on three separate […]

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Slow Runner Sings Fight Songs

Slow Runner Sings Fight Songs

Written by on 2012/11/28 in News with 0 Comments

Slow Runner-Fight Songs Circular Church December 1-Tickets “Fight Songs” is the third single released by Slow Runner in the last three months, continuing their series of singles that never quite fit on their previous albums.“XXX” “I Always Thought I Would Make You Happy” Each single has been leading up to Saturday, December 1 where they […]

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Bazan Takes Control at Cat’s Cradle

Bazan Takes Control at Cat’s Cradle

Written by on 2012/11/27 in Free Music, Show Journal with 0 Comments

              Cold Beer and Cigarettes Bazan was on it at Cat’s Cradle in Carborro Sunday, November 18. The crowd was not. If you are familiar with David Bazan live shows, it’s a regular part of his performance to take questions between songs. It gives him time to not only […]

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Album Review: Elim Bolt-Nude South

Album Review: Elim Bolt-Nude South

Written by on 2012/11/27 in Reviews with 0 Comments

It wasn’t until early 2011 that Johnnie Matthews, frontman of Elim Bolt and former bass player of Sequoyah Prep School, made his recording début. With the final moments of Sequoyah’s album Spells, Matthews confronted the music industry head on with the track “Suits”. The track was stripped down, and timid beside the confidence and comfort […]

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Beer Buzz: Evil Twin Hipster Ale

Beer Buzz: Evil Twin Hipster Ale

Written by on 2012/11/26 in News with 0 Comments

Friends and I used to play the evil twin game in which we would try to spot each others’ look-alikes.  Inevitably someone would come running across the bar announcing that he had found my doppelganger.  Because of the negative connotation the word doppelganger typically possesses, we would try to escape blame for being the evil […]

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Listen to the New Single from Brave Baby

Listen to the New Single from Brave Baby

Written by on 2012/11/26 in News with 0 Comments

After keeping it upbeat and poppy with their past three releases on the SceneSC Sampler, Brave Baby (formerly Wylie) have released a dark little gem as their first single from their upcoming record. “Living in the Country” is the first single released off Brave Baby’s upcoming record Forty Bells, due out January 15, 2013 on […]

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Jeff Mangum To Perform at Charleston Music Hall

Jeff Mangum To Perform at Charleston Music Hall

Written by on 2012/11/12 in News with 0 Comments

Jeff Mangum (neutral milk hotel)  With Special Guest: Tall Firs Tuesday, January 29 Doors at 7 PM Show at 8 PM Charleston Music Hall Reserved seats on sale Thursday, November 15th Tickets available at the Charleston Music Hall Ticket Office, charge by phone 1-800-514-3849, or online at etix.com Reserved seat tickets are $26.00 advanced and $28.50 day of […]

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#TwitterThursday with @hissgldnmssr and @bravebabymusic

#TwitterThursday with @hissgldnmssr and @bravebabymusic

Written by on 2012/11/08 in Twitter Thursday with 0 Comments

We survived the week, you guys!  I hope the election did not cost you too many Facebook friends or Twitter followers.  If it did, though, I have some tweet-ers who might can help you fill those post #decision2012 voids you incurred. Our first #TwitterThursday account got some good news today.  @hissgldnmssr was announced as one of […]

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Mel Washington Releases First Single “Come Back”

Written by on 2012/11/08 in Free Music with 0 Comments

Mel Washington is an eclectic man. He’s shown that he can rock out on stage swinging his dreads back and forth. He’s shown he can drop the bass as DJ Meliphant. He’s shown that he can silence and capture a room with the smooth deep tone of his voice at acoustic songwriters night. And On […]

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[Show Journal] The Delta Saints at the Charleston Pour House

[Show Journal] The Delta Saints at the Charleston Pour House

Written by on 2012/11/07 in Show Journal with 0 Comments

Charleston got a good taste of Tennessee-and-Louisiana-bred rock this past Saturday when The Delta Saints played Charleston’s Pour House with The Dirty Guv’nahs. The Delta Saints made the night with their gritty, soulful southern rock vibes and beyond infectious energy. Throughout the night they played songs mostly from their upcoming album Death Letter Jubilee, which […]

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A Look Back at Fall for Greenville 2012, Can I Get an Ale Yeah?

A Look Back at Fall for Greenville 2012, Can I Get an Ale Yeah?

Written by on 2012/11/07 in Festivals with 0 Comments

We’re now over two weeks removed from Fall For Greenville and I’m just getting around to write about it. This festival has meant a lot to me over the last couple of years, because it ties in what I do here at SceneSC with my family in the upstate. It’s a pretty cool thing to […]

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The Explorers Club Release New Single “No Good to Cry”

Written by on 2012/11/06 in Free Music with 0 Comments

  With their latest single The Explorer’s Club take us back to the Summer of Love with their take on “No Good to Cry”, a song that reached far and wide over the airwaves in 1967. The band has breathed new life into the regional hit that never got the play it deserved on a […]

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New Music: Dead Surf “Summer Never Was”

Written by on 2012/11/06 in News with 0 Comments

Recorded in the wet heat of the Columbia summer, the new tracks from Dead Surf’s upcoming album “Summer Never Was” have slowly started to trickle out. The three new tracks released so far offer up a more focused sound as the band recently celebrated their one year bandiversary. Caught somewhere between Kevin Arnold’s band The […]

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