On the first day of Savannah Stopover Music Festival, the Away Team at Lvl To The Room had the great privilege of witnessing the wonderfully heavy A Deer A Horse. Check out the review of the show and more!
During Savannah Stopover, we were able to hangout with the Nashville based band Okey Dokey and explore River Street.
"It’s a record that follows the song-writer’s abstract thoughts, allowing the listener to feel comfortable enough to share theirs as well. Through simple musicality and unrefined vocals, Dill has the ability to personalize every sound and drifted lyric- enabling one to experience the rawness of the entries."
Former Misfits guitarist, Doyle, played in town with Rehasher, Piss Test and Broken Silence. Check out the full photo gallery.
At Savannah Stopover, Payne Bridges, Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics and Larkin Poe opened up the first night of music at Ships Of The Sea. Check out our full photo gallery from the show.
Jen Pague introduces herself to me in the fading Savannah twilight. It's 8 o'clock and she's just driven in from South Carolina with her band, Vita and the Woolf. The Philly-based three piece just started their second tour of the year and are eager to showcase their critically acclaimed discography at SXSW.
On March 2, Just Neighbors kicked off their spring tour at The Bark in Tallahassee with Pool Kids & Camp Green Lake. Our friend Matthew Fowler went on tour with the band and took photos of the show. Make sure to view the full photo set. This post is extra special as it is out 200th post on the site!
KOLARS is a husband and wife duo from Los Angeles.We walked the streets and alleyways of Savannah, GA, admiring the old architecture and discussing life on the road.
Zuli is an indie-pop artist from New York City. He released his first album, On Human Freakout Mountain, via Swoon City Music in November of last year. During Savannah Stopover, we were able to walk around River Street and explore the area.
We photographed Bitemarks with Portrayal of Guilt, Horsewhip and Ironing at The Atlantic
"For a group to produce a record that pushes such intimate topics, they deserve nothing less than an outpour of recognition. Through honesty, ferocity, and an unapologetic approach, the women of Camp Cope made sure to wield clear call-outs and fury at personal and general adversity beyond expectation."
Photos from Flowan, Unamused Dave, Only Sibling and Shark Anatomy at The Habitat, a house show venue here in Gainesville. Check out the full set.
On February 26, Gainesville had their very first Sofar Sounds show which featured local artisrs Ricky Kendall, Flipturn and Sooza at the Actor's Warehouse.
Off of their upcoming debut album which is due to be released in May, the single “Automatic Doors”, is a new and different take from their previous material.
"Their ability to produce contagious tracks full of commanding instrumentals and profound lyrical content solidifies their footprint in the scene. Their newest release being no exception with Vundabar choosing to peel the mask off the challenges of health declination and pharmaceutical gluttony in a style that is anything but morbid. "
AJJ came into town last weekend and played at The Wooly with Shellshag and John Hays. Check out the full gallery of photos!
As it is already a quiet and stripped down track, we were happy to film the video in Cofrin Nature Park and capture the song just as it is in the official release. We really enjoyed filming this and hope you enjoy it as well!
Just Neighbors will be going on tour down to Mexico starting tomorrow March 2 and are beginning in Tallahassee and our friend Matthew Fowler will be joining them to document it!
On Friday night, Dexter's Lab had their first show of the year! Checkout photos from Just Neighbors, Boston Marriage, Surrounder & Mystery Expert.
Need suggestions on who to see at Savannah Stopover? We have you covered! Take a look at our staff picks and check out bands we recommended along with their music and set time.
We caught the last date of Zeta's tour where they played at The Bark in Tallahassee with Alumine and SLAC.
Released through Father/Daughter Records, the album is humbling, personal—inclusive. It’s late-night ramblings about romantic feelings and lost causes. It is unfiltered feelings and wavering views that tumble out of her mouth overtop powerful piano melodies and simplistic chord progressions.
Last week, Woolbright played in Gainesville at one of our favorite house shows, The Dumpster, with locals Alumine and Pobrecita.
"In America, it's hysteria. Everyone has lost control.” Singer Dillon Basse says what we're all thinking on flipturn’s latest single, “Churches”.
With "Spray", you’ll be hesitant to leave the sugar-high Candy Ambulance stocks you with during the length of the listen.
The recently released song, That Thing, by Florida experimental indie rock group Someday River is a single leading to defrost.
War On Women played a special acoustic set in Gainesville during Changeville. Check out photos from their show with Guts, Wax Wings and Mike Llerena & The Nerve.
Last Wednesday night I ran into a friend at their job in the mall. They told me they were going to a show at The Atlantic, and that I should come along. I would usually rather be home, especially since I had a test the next day, but I thought “Sure, why not?,” and went to the show. Little did I know what a good night it would be.
Also known as That Really Awesome Guy With A Guitar, TRAGWAG is a solo project by Tyler Bisson who now lives in Tallahassee. He will be playing at the Hardback Cafe on Sunday, February 18 with Dakota Floyd, Vi Viana (of Gutless) and Pobrecita. We were able to talk to Tyler about the new album, Tallahassee's music scene and more.
We were able to talk to Kevin Connor of the Philadelphia based project The Trust Fund Kids about the debut single "Waiting On You", the upcoming record, inspirations and more.
Wild Pines is an ambient/indie rock project by Gainesville native Matt Stanland. We were able to talk to him about the new EP, Permanent Headspace regarding his influences, writing process and more.
Zeta is currently on tour with Amor Fizz and we caught their Gainesville, Fl show at The Atlantic with DonKng & Alumine. Unfortunately, we we're not able to photograph Alumine's set. Check out the full set of photos and make sure to see them if they're playing near you.
On February 9, Benjamin Booker headlined Bo Diddley Plaza and played with Dirty Dozen Brass Band and Gainesville locals The Savants Of Soul. Check out our full set of photos.
On February 8, Princess Nokia headlined High Dive and was joined by local acts Retrolux and Hugo Sanchez as part of Changeville.
Sports Reference played their "Somewhere Else" EP release show at Loosey's in downtown Gainesville with Boysin, Boston Marriage, Telltale and Sam Kuhns.
“All the songs are different but they fall under the umbrella of feminism,” she said. “If there’s a theme, it’s about people who are for individual rights but always want to limit them."
The song thoroughly captures a moment in time and feels as if you, yourself are looking back and reflecting on a trip you once took, sitting by the cold sea as the wind whistles by while thinking of moments you can't get back.
"I don’t usually use music to explicitly state things that go on in my life, I use it as an opportunity to create a story. "
Tim Barry with Laura Stevenson and Roger Harvey at Loosey's in downtown Gainesville.
TWEN is one of those bands that fully captures you into their songs and their spacey soundscape. One of those bands that when they finish a song, you let out a large sigh and try to regain your grip on the world around you.
Austin Miller with Pobrecita and Van Archipelago at Hardback Cafe in Gainesville
Prawn recently kicked off their winter tour with Caravela and we caught their Gainesville show with Dikembe and alumine
The production on little deity creates an environment of the listener sitting in the same room as the band, absorbing the grounded nature of the recording.
The Jacksonville natives paint the emotionally haunting four-track EP with varying charges of blue, keeping the listener hooked with its crestfallen lyrics and ever-changing instrumentals.
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"One concept we started to play with when writing Indigo was how colors affect the psyche and can change your perception on life. The color indigo enhances the way you’re feeling, and we wanted to play with that idea a bit in our writing."
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