From post-rock guitarist to acoustic singer-songwriter to indie soulster, Connor McCullum has been a shapeshifter throughout his musical career.
Charleston’s SUSTO began as Justin Osborne’s solo project as he was returning to the States from a stay in Havana, Cuba, but soon morphed into something much larger than himself.
The band’s smooth folk-rock indie sound is partnered well with meaningful lyrics that translate to real emotions, hopes, and desires.
Eric Slick, drummer with Philly’s Dr. Dog since 2010, will be rocking out with The Districts at Saturn on March 20, right after his gigs at SXSW. Here he shares the inspiration, meditation, and Jungian dream exploration behind his new album.
Electric blues, wailing harps, and more! Nashville’s Blackfoot Gypsies will be joined by Baby Baby, Creature Camp, Red Harp tonight at Syndicate Lounge.
Following an impressive response at Secret Stages this summer, the indie four-piece has released a new video for their song “Machine Maker.”
Ohio indie rockers Emily & the Complexes return to The Nick this Sunday with Future Primitives, North By North, and Sister Sniffle. From early hitchhiking days to their current tour, see how the American landscape has influenced their music.
The Nashville duo has spent the summer touring and prepping new material, and are eager to participate in the Magic City’s own music discovery festival.
Fresh after SXSW, Austin songwriter Mobley plays The Nick tonight with Loveislight. From R&B, indie rock, electronica, it’s all there.
This Saturday, the good folks behind Secret Stages present Adron, Timber, and Future Elevators at Syndicate Lounge. We talk with Timber about the gig, the music, the scene.