Live Music: As Temples Collide; One For Hagg; Rager at the Cheese House; Stop Light Observations
Live Music: As Temples Collide; One For Hagg; Rager at the Cheese House; Stop Light Observations Great live music to check out this week

Repping the Charleston metalcore scene at the upcoming Metalcore Mayhem fest is quartet As Temples Collide (ATC). Their existence seems to serve as a testament to the musical diversity of…


Stanford graduate Jay Kila takes on an oft-mocked genre
Stanford graduate Jay Kila takes on an oft-mocked genre Frat Rap 2.0

In virtually all facets of life, being a college-educated white male, like New York City-by-way-of-Stanford rapper Jay Kila, gives you a leg up. Just look at Fortune 500 CEOs, members…


Columbia's Moon Moths blend hip-hop, rock, and spirituality
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In the Moon Moths' video for "The Explorer," rapper, singer, and songwriter Rupert Hudson (a.k.a. Prince Rupert) begins by begging the crowd to come closer to the stage…


Music-networking conference New Music Confab is back for round two
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At last year's New Music Confab (NMC), the head of A&R at Atlantic Records asked the audience to get their phones out and take down his phone number, playfully shaming…


Live Music: Sideshow Americans, Donavon Frankenreiter, BJ Barham, Hans Wenzel & The Eighty-Sixers
Live Music: Sideshow Americans, Donavon Frankenreiter, BJ Barham, Hans Wenzel & The Eighty-Sixers Great live music to check out this week

For months, Charleston's Sideshow Americans have been kicking around the idea of performing songs from Wilco's Being There. Now with Jordan Igoe and SUSTO's Marshall Hudson in tow, it appears…



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