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Slow Runner Brings New Monsters Out To Play Today An Interview with Michael Flynn

Indie label Hearts & Plugs has partnered with Redux Contemporary Art Center to present Redux Residency, a five-show series showcasing 10 bands from the South Carolina music scene on Wednesday nights. Columbia-based trio The Lovely Few and solo artist Michael Flynn (of Slow Runner) kicked off the first week with a dreamy set. It just goes to show you that #WednesdayisthenewFriday.

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

After a decade as one half of the Charleston electronic-rock band Slow Runner, Michael Flynn sets out on his own with a solo offering.

Better late than never, here's the third and final review of everything that's happened in the Charleston music scene over the past year from our music experts, Tim and Devin.

Some bands go big, some bands go home, and some bands simply gypsy from city to city. See who did what in our second installment of Tim And Devin's Year In Review.

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.

As Tyler Mechem prepares to move to Indiana, he'll be playing one last show this Friday. Get the scoop on where and when, plus the reason for the move and his take on the future of Chas' music scene

Before they take an extended break, local band Slow Runner's playing one last show (for a while at least) at the Chas Music Hall Friday. Here's the scoop on the show, plus the reason for the hiatus

There was plenty of chatter over whether Tim was spot on in his assessment of Luke Cunningham's performance in particular...

When you perform at the Music Hall, make no mistake: it's SHOWTIME. How did the local acts do? Here's my take on performances by Luke Cunningham, Slow Runner, and the Explorer's Club

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