• Thursday , 13 December 2018

album reviews

Fabulist FM – Roots Cracked

Fabulist FM – Roots Cracked

Charleston’s John Haas, operating under the name Fabulist FM, has created a unique addition to the South Carolina musical scene with his self-recorded and self-produced Roots Cracked EP. Haas, who is also known for playing in the duo, Rusted Revolution, ...

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Honeythief- Honeythief

Honeythief- Honeythief

Honeythief is the creation of Charleston musician Tim Brennan, who wrote the songs and played bass and guitar on each of the four tracks on the new self-titled EP. A veteran of the music biz, Brennan has honed his ear ...

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Hale Bopp Astronauts / Soda City Riot Split 7″

Hale Bopp Astronauts / Soda City Riot Split 7″

South Carolina-based independent punk label Rivermonster Records (ran by Larry Parker and Toni Dellaposta) has put out a hell of a first release, the 7″ split between Charleston’s Hale Bopp Astronauts and Columbia’s Soda City Riot, due out on August ...

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Zoe Child – Someplace Golden

Zoe Child – Someplace Golden

Gentle sea breezes bring cool, salty air to touch your sun-kissed skin, warm from dancing and flocking in the sun trying to recreate your own little version of the “Summer of Love” right here in South Carolina. Much like ’67, ...

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Thompson Faulk – Edge of the USA

Thompson Faulk – Edge of the USA

Americana is a music genre that has a very unfortunate preserved definition. For the most part when people hear that term “Americana” they think of banjos, mandolins and a jug pipe (not that any of that is bad), but with ...

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George Fetner – GFATS

George Fetner – GFATS

©2018 George Fetner Release Date:  February 23, 2018 I’m aware of a couple of universal truths:  never embark on a land war in Russia in the winter, and every rock band is better with a kick-ass horn section. George Fetner ...

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Chris Compton – Furtherville

Chris Compton – Furtherville

In speaking with Chris Compton about his new album, Furtherville, the first question I had to ask him was how he classified it. With a range of sounds from contemporary country to classic blues, and bluegrass to alternative with a ...

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Glass Mansions – Ritual

Glass Mansions – Ritual

A lot of changes have transpired for Glass Mansions since we last reviewed them here – no longer called Death of Paris, and now stripped down to the duo of Jayna Doyle (vocals) and Blake Arambula (electronics/ guitars), the Columbia ...

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