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SC punk outfit CHUNX finishes ‘Crawl’ toward new EP

No Standstill The latest release from Easley-based hardcore punk band, Crawl, comes as a tribute to the group’s struggles over the past couple years. The six-song EP tells listeners to keep moving forward, frontman Bryan Eugene told City Paper.  “The EP opens bleak, but ends with a kind of positive note with ‘Latest Flame,’ a […]

Grace Potter set for social-distanced Riverfront Park show April 28

Rock star Grace Potter comes to North Charleston for a social-distanced pod-style show at Riverfront Park on Wednesday, April 28. Part of the new “Safe Sounds 2.0” series, the show begins at 8 p.m. Tickets go on sale via Ticketmaster April 26 at 10 a.m. Including Ticketmaster fees, a pod of four tickets will run […]

‘Mama Pfife’ chats with Charleston poet laureate

Charleston Poet Laureate Marcus Amaker will sit down for a virtual conversation with Cheryl Boyce Taylor, the mother of late hip-hop frontman Malik “Pfife Dawg” Taylor, March 25. Hosted by Bowery Poetry Club and the nonprofit indie publisher Haymarket Books, the event will showcase and discuss Taylor’s new book, Mama Phife. The conversation will be […]

Zoe Child, Brave Baby’s Steven Walker team up with Mopheads

Being There Zoe Whittaker, the woman behind solo act Zoe Child, has teamed up with Brave Baby keyboardist Steven Walker to form a new band, Mopheads. The duo will be releasing its first single March 26 titled “Thick of It.” The cosmic-sounding track touches on challenging topics of our day right off the bat, singing […]

A year after shutdown, showcase concert celebrates Music Hall benefit record

Charleston Music Hall will mark the release of a vinyl version of a fall benefit concert, recorded six the pandemic stalled shows at the downtown venue. On Friday, April 2, the Music Hall will mark the release of The Stage Sessions, Volume 1 on vinyl. The show, occurring a year after the hall shut its […]

Honeypot spins satirical tales ahead of album release

Honeypot has dropped one last EP before the Charleston rock band’s album release on March 21. “Shut Your Mouth” is the last release of a string of singles off the band’s upcoming album, On the B Side. The latest song leans into a hard-rock sound, though the band usually plays with an indie-rock vibe. The […]

Stoplight Observations, Little Bird and others playing Woodlands Saturday for Camp Jam

Enjoy a Saturday night of music at Woodlands Nature Reserve on March 13.

Clayton James goes from Rise and Shine to Crash and Burn

A Dark Joke Clayton James is gearing up for his next album titled Crash and Burn. He introduced this upcoming project by releasing the new single ‘Burn’ March 7 on Spotify and Apple Music. The musician took time during isolation to learn how to make beats for his music, pulling inspiration from artists like Massive […]

Lauren Hall says, ‘Thanks,’ to an ex on latest single

Country singer Lauren Hall dropped “Thank You Very Much” Feb. 26. The new single can be found on YouTube, Spotify and AppleMusic.

Alva Anderson performing First Fridays at Forte Jazz Lounge

Alva Anderson will host the First Friday series at Forte Jazz Lounge beginning March 5.