• Thursday , 23 November 2017

folk rock

Chris Boone – Capture My Apathy EP

Chris Boone – Capture My Apathy EP

Carolina native and veteran traveler Chris Boone looks at life in the South using a seasoned and lively take on Americana on his 6-song EP, Capture My Apathy. Boone says that the song title is a play on “capture myopathy”, ...

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The Tarlatans – Good Luck

The Tarlatans – Good Luck

If the powerful intimacy of the Tarlatans’ first album was a wakeup call for South Carolina music listeners, then their latest EP, “Good Luck”, is a veritable air raid siren. Stylistically, the Clemson to Charleston transplants haven’t moved too far ...

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The Black Iron Gathering – Summer EP

The Black Iron Gathering – Summer EP

Columbia’s own Black Iron Gathering unleash their dynamic “party grass” on their “Summer” EP, a short but powerful dose of their Celtic-inspired folk punk. With a sound dominated by a lot of strings (guitar, mandolin, banjo, upright bass), they create ...

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The Ruby Brunettes – Woodshed Sessions: Vol. 1

The Ruby Brunettes – Woodshed Sessions: Vol. 1

Columbia’s The Ruby Brunettes wowed us with their self-titled debut album last year and it was a great, unexpected and nearly singular local entry into the more slowcore style of indie folk. Now known simply as the Ruby Brunettes, for ...

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