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"We are a team and that's what makes this work. Building a brand and company is really about learning to share."

A Creative Obituary for Zachary James Breitengross

Grit-worthy events 1/30–2/1. Trust us, you'll have a blast.

Accompanied by tour mate Matt Woods, Muscle Shoals's Red Mouth, and Charleston's She Returns From War, Rachel Kate wowed the packed house at Royal American last Friday.

Grit-worthy events 1/16–1/18. Trust us, you'll have a blast.

Greg Colleton, Redux's director of operations, chats about gallery etiquette, the upcoming Danielle Wyckoff exhibit, and Charleston's favorite pastime—day drinking.

Introducing you to some local music through the evil world of Spotify.

Musician Hunter Park of She Returns From War discusses the November 15 release party for the band's second EP at the Tin Roof

The only thing better than bacon is more bacon, that, and some bourbon, country music and a mechanical bull. Blogger Hunter Boone gives us the low down from the 1st annual Bacon and Bourbon event.

The Charleston Music Hall hosted last night's Winter Film Showcase and gave us just a taste of the amazing upcoming music videos, shorts and documentaries Charleston has to look forward to.

Need some new tunes on your playlist? In the first of our three part recap, Tim and Devin give us their top picks of the best local and national albums released in 2013.

Kevin Hanley and friends from Cord & Pedal Records pulled out all the stops for another spirited holiday program, this time at the Charleston Music Hall—Shovels & Rope, Rachel Kate Gillon, and more!

Sunday night, the local power folk singer debuted a home-brewed music video for "Lost," a track off her latest album. Check out the video—plus more on Rachel Kate—here

The debut CD from the former lead singer of The Shaniqua Brown is a departure from her former band's punk/metal reputation. Why Shovels & Rope, Gillian Welch, and Neko Case fans will get into it

One night, three venues, four decidedly different music acts. Perhaps my brain wrote a check that my body barely covered... but it was a damn fun night out in Charleston. Read on for reviews

If you missed the Shovels & Rope show last Saturday, this is your must-read review. Like us, you'll make sure you get tickets next time...

The duo made a triumphant return to the Holy City Saturday with a sold-out show at the Charleston Music Hall. Didn't get a ticket? No worries! Actually... Yeeeaah, you really missed out. Recap HERE

Slow Runner and Rachel Kate Gillon put on a haunting, mind-blowing show at the Circular Congregational Church—tambourines, goosebumps, acoustic sets, lasers, and lots of reasons to love live music

A trip to The Pour House to see one of my current favorites (The Royal Tinfoil) yielded the bonus of discovering another (The Whiskey Gentry)

After months of bouncing ideas between Charleston and New York, local songwriter Lindsay Holler and NYC's Michael Hanf bring their inimitable brand of music to the local stage