Things aren't as old-school as they seem with the Deslondes
Things aren't as old-school as they seem with the Deslondes Anatomy of a Sound

The music on the New Orleans quintet the Deslondes' self-titled album rolls out of the speakers like some heavenly radio program from the mid-'50s. Bathed in Sun Records-style reverb and…


Live Music: Madam Adam; Umphrey’s McGee; Michale Graves; Elka Bong
Live Music: Madam Adam; Umphrey’s McGee; Michale Graves; Elka Bong Great live music to check out this week

You may have already received tickets to 98 Rock’s Back to School Bash — the station as well as the bands on the bill have been blanketing the city with…


Dan Tyminski's life was forever changed by <i>O Brother, Where Art Thou</i>
Dan Tyminski's life was forever changed by O Brother, Where Art Thou A Phenomenal Tradition

In 2001, singer/guitarist Dan Tyminski took a brief sojourn from his day job as part of Alison Krauss' Union Station to tour behind his first solo album. Tyminski loved playing…


Charleston's Jump Castle Riot breaks age and sound barriers
Charleston's Jump Castle Riot breaks age and sound barriers Youngbloods

A good number of bands get their starts in middle and high school, jamming in parents' basements between homework and dinner time. But most of them fizzle sooner or later…


Live Music: Oblivion Goth Night; Dunder Chiefs; Whitey Morgan; James Brown Band
Live Music: Oblivion Goth Night; Dunder Chiefs; Whitey Morgan; James Brown Band Great live music to check out this week

The monthly goth, industrial, post-punk, and new wave dance night Oblivion makes a rather morbid return to the Tin Roof this weekend as the official event for the National Hearse…


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