Photos and Writing by Audrey Wilson On Monday April 22, Baltimore rock band Angel Du$t brought a high energy show to New Brookland Tavern in Columbia, SC. For those that don’t know, Angel Du$t is a group formed by members of Trapped Under Ice and Turnstile, two big successful names in the hardcore scene. Angel... Continue Reading →
Sunny War @ Camp North End
with Hiram 05/12/2023 Charlotte, NC Sunny War is punk as fuck, playing country-blues with a unique style that defies genres. Her music is modern yet timeless, soulful and melancholy, bringing the despair of our broken society into sharper relief, but simultaneously hopeful in a "take no shit" kinda way. Her music is vulnerable, but she... Continue Reading →
AudioVideoDisco – THE NEW EP BY REdEFIND
Interview by Audrey Wilson REdEFIND is a nu-metal band from Greenville, SC that is signed to Godsize Records and has shared the stage with many notable acts such as Texas Hippie Coalition, Hed PE, Avatar, Butcher Babies, Bad Omens, and a lengthy list of local and regional bands. On April 21st, REdEFIND is releasing an... Continue Reading →
WE ARE SCIENTISTS ‘LOBES’ ALBUM RELEASE SHOW
Photos and Writing by Kyle Ostrander To celebrate the release of their new album Lobes, We Are Scientists took the stage at a packed and intimate Brooklyn, NY show last week. The room at Brooklyn Made was filled with excitement and anticipation as fans eagerly awaited hearing songs from the new album live for the... Continue Reading →
X BOUND AND ZACH MOSS: A TALE OF TWO CD’S
Photos and Writing by Jim Collins It was the best of times, it was the best of nights! Unlike the Charles Dickens novel, there were no contradictions Saturday night at the album release party for X Bound and Zach Moss. That’s right, 2 albums released by a couple of Charlotte’s very own talented musicians on the same day.... Continue Reading →
REdEFIND RELEASES EP “IMAGES”
Greenville, South Carolina band REdEFIND recently released their latest EP, Images. They create a unique blend of rock, metal, hardcore, and rap. Their powerful lyrics are infused with ambiguous political views that leave the songs open to interpretation for any listener, regardless of their affiliation. They have two solid EP’s under their belt already -... Continue Reading →
State of Illusion Takes Us On An Epic Journey With Pluto’s Ghost
Greenville, SC based State of Illusion have been hard at work on their new studio album Pluto’s Ghost, and the end result pays off big. The follow up to their previous studio album, Aphelion, Pluto’s Ghost is a next-level State of Illusion. One very notable aspect to this album is that each song contains actual... Continue Reading →
Seranine’s Debut, Signs of a Struggle, is a Stellar Example of Folk
From struggles with abuse and mental health to love and changing throughout life, seranine has crafted a superb album that showcases some of the best things of the folk genre. From the relatability of the songs to the feeling that she is in the room with you, singing directly to you, this album is truly a treasure.
Moments: Blue, Something Clever, Finishes Out Moments EPs (EP)
Now that both parts are out, make sure you pick them up. While Moments: Red and Blue both shine on their own, they play best together. Choosing to release their latest set of tracks as two separate EP’s is, well, something clever. But then that’s the name of the band, isn’t it? Moments: Blue is available on streaming services and music purchasing platforms today!
Reason Define Scores Home Run with In Memory… (Album)
Since demonstrating their capabilities on their 2017 album Far from Strangers, Reason Define has only moved upward. The professional sound of In Memory… is absolutely unmistakeable. Despite, or perhaps because of, that professional refinement, the album also shows a lot of heart.