• Wednesday , 24 May 2017

singer songwriter

Haley Mae Campbell – Phone Home EP

Haley Mae Campbell – Phone Home EP

Charleston country/singer-songwriter Haley Mae Campbell calls her new record a “tribute to the late teen years of myself and my friends. It is a storyline of discovering oneself, both musically and in everyday life”. Her sophomore disc Phone Home is ...

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Grace Joyner – Maybe Sometimes in C

Grace Joyner – Maybe Sometimes in C

Charleston singer-songwriter Amber Grace Joyner first hurricaned her way into my consciousness via her regular appearances on the annual Scene SC Samplers. Every song of hers that made its way onto those comps was a definite highlight for me and ...

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Prettier Than Matt – Prettier Than Matt

Prettier Than Matt – Prettier Than Matt

Columbia folk rock duo Prettier Than Matt have followed up last year’s “Play Pretty” with a self-titled EP that once again showcases their forays into poppy acoustic rock territory. Produced at the always quality Archer Avenue by Kenny McWilliams, the ...

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Tyler Boone – Familiar Faces

Tyler Boone – Familiar Faces

When asked about his long-anticipated first LP, “Familiar Faces”, Tyler Boone points to a maturation in both himself (he just graduated college) and the musical direction he’s been travelling for the last few years. There has been a long wait ...

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Sam Stringfield – Caught in Character

Sam Stringfield – Caught in Character

Before Sam Stringfield recently departed Charleston and the Palmetto state for that other music Mecca, otherwise known as Nashville, he gifted us with an awesome farewell present: a 6-song EP of his uber-intelligent piano rock, produced by none other than ...

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Nathan Angelo – Out of the Blue

Nathan Angelo – Out of the Blue

Between an album cover depicting a crash landing on an alien planet and the singer’s description of the work as a conceptual narrative, one might expect a return to ‘70s prog rock from Nathan Angelo’s “Out of the Blue”. Angelo ...

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