Daddy's Beemer crafts new album over two years and three cities
Daddy's Beemer crafts new album over two years and three cities Something's Right in Denmark

Longtime fans of Daddy's Beemer, a trio of indie-rockers who made Charleston their home in 2019, will immediately recognize some of the sounds on their new album, Denmark…


Baby Yaga highlights feminine energy and '90s angst on debut EP
Baby Yaga highlights feminine energy and '90s angst on debut EP F is for...

Baby Yaga's debut album is raw and rugged, providing that untrained lightning-in-a-bottle energy you can only get out of new bands, and there's one prevailing reason…


Tazz Majesty's debut EP came together quickly after years of training
Tazz Majesty's debut EP came together quickly after years of training Validated

Validation, the new eight-track release from Charleston songwriter and activist Tazz Majesty, is a debut album, but it sure doesn't sound like one…


Slim S.O.U.L. goes back to college and overcomes perfectionism on <i>Late Graduation</i>
Slim S.O.U.L. goes back to college and overcomes perfectionism on Late Graduation Where Were You?

It’s only been a few days since Late Graduation was released, but it’s already got an unofficial slogan: Better late than never. Though the description is teetering on trite at…


Musicians and venues adapting, but eager to get back on stage
Musicians and venues adapting, but eager to get back on stage All Together Now

In theory, the music scene can function without live performances. Artists will still create, after all, and the internet has always been an effective mechanism for sharing new music. But,…


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