South Carolina has its fair share of artists/bands. I personally believe that it could rival the numbers in Charlotte. Both states’ artists know that it is important to spread out so that more fans can hear their music. Rock Hill has The Money, which is the setting for hometown band Tattermask’s next show. However this […]
Day two of the Milestone’s 42nd anniversary weekend was surely the most anticipated out of the bunch. With Bo White, Can’t Kids, Andy the Doorbum electric (Andy the Rock Band) and Wiggle Wagons it was pretty much guaranteed that the night would be an interesting bro-down kind of night that involved copious amounts of alcohol, […]
Spartanburg, South Carolina’s Ground Zero is a perfect venue to catch a metal show. Its rustic insides covered with flyers and other accidentalartwork fit the guttural sounds and feelings inspired by and from the genre. On Saturday, September 3rd I was able to catch such a show. North Carolina’s own Skinkage opened the festivities. Their […]
Recently, I made an excursion to Mill Spring’s The Ultimate Basement to speak with owner, David “Gerb” Weisgerber. This particular evening, I was fortunate enough to catch Maryland based three piece Stillglow on the final leg of their “Motherland Collec-tour” with theirs buds, Tir Asleen. Unfortunatley, I arrived too late to catch Tir Asleen’s set. […]
It is a hard world for punk rock these days. There have always been, and will always be, debates about what is punk even within the deep roots of the genre, but never has it been more relevant an argument as it is today. Punk, as most genres, is battling against the slick over-production of […]
The only contact I had ever had with the Rock Hill scene was shows at the Courthouse at Getty’s. I just have never really had the opportunity to acquaint myself with the area because I hadn’t been informed of any other venues. When I heard that Hectagons and Emotron were to play a house there, […]
Del the Funky Homosapien, a set on Flickr.
Luna’s Lament : Photos by Alan MacNorton. Article by : Amanda Caines. Luna’s Lament began as the brainchild of Kim “Kimniption” Karnes and drummer emeritus Matt “Madman” Deese, and since the band’s inception in 2005 it has received some great honors including Charlotte Music Awards’ “Rock Band of the Year” in 2008. What new listeners […]