• Monday , 21 August 2017

original

Review – Saluda Shoals EP – Fight Dirty

Review – Saluda Shoals EP – Fight Dirty

©2016 Saluda Shoals 16 minutes. That’s the entire total running length of the five songs that make up Charleston, SC-based country/roots/rock outfit Saluda Shoals’ 2016 EP release Fight Dirty. I think it has sometimes taken me longer than 16 minutes ...

Read more

Get To Know – Fred LeBlanc from Cowboy Mouth

Get To Know – Fred LeBlanc from Cowboy Mouth

The very popular band, Cowboy Mouth, is headed to The Windjammer for two dates on June 9-10. South Carolina Music Guide had a chance to sit down and chat with lead singer and drummer, Fred LeBlanc. He was immediately accommodating ...

Read more

Todd Mathis – Love in the City

Todd Mathis – Love in the City

©2017 Step Out of the Line Records / Jangly Records http://toddmathismusic.com/ One mark of a truly well written and conceived song is its ability to hold up and sound right in multiple versions or styles. Todd Mathis – probably best ...

Read more

The Francis Vertigo – “Reception”

The Francis Vertigo – “Reception”

If you describe your sound as “baroque lounge twang for the soul,” you’d better deliver, right?  The Francis Vertigo don’t disappoint, especially with their most current EP Reception, released in March of 2016. It’s always admirable when your band has ...

Read more

Get To Know Mojo McGee

Get To Know Mojo McGee

When you hear the phrase, “Girls Rock”, it can be used literally to define this group of women who have dedicated their life’s work to their love of music. Today I sit with the founding members of the band, MoJo ...

Read more

Review – Albino Skunk Music Festival

Review – Albino Skunk Music Festival

I am not a seasoned Fes-Taa-Vull attendee, but here I am writing about my first experience at the Albino Skunk Music Festival. If you don’t have the time to read this entire article, I’ve included the short version of my ...

Read more

Behind the Sun – “Post Solis”

Behind the Sun – “Post Solis”

EPs are short by nature, but their abbreviated length is often a sticking point. Listeners find themselves surrounded by silence a few tracks in, the release ending just as the momentum takes hold. This isn’t the case with Clemson band ...

Read more