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Album Review: Hockey Dad – Blend Inn

Posted by sawuscsm@mailbox.sc.edu on April 3, 2018

Hockey Dad was founded in 2013 in New South Wales, Australia and have been on the climb to success ever since. The duo, Zach Stephenson and Billy Fleming, have know each other since 1999 and thank goodness for that because these guys are absolutely incredible. They have previously released an EP, Dreamin’, in 2014 and […]

SXSW Interview: Sea Moya

Posted by sawuscsm@mailbox.sc.edu on March 31, 2018

The interplay of music and location are something essential to Krautbeat pioneers Sea Moya. The three-piece of German natives crafts their unique genre from a mixture of Krautrock, Afrobeat, Psychedelic, and Hip-Hop. And holding true to their international stylings, the group has recently uprooted themselves from Germany to Quebec. But despite how drastic this transatlantic […]

WUSC at Savannah Stopover

Posted by sawuscsm@mailbox.sc.edu on March 30, 2018

In it’s eighth year, Savannah Stopover still advantageously uses it’s location right off I-95 to catch artists on their way to SXSW. Past artists have included Vagabon, Porches, DIIV, and Mac DeMarco. This year was no different with Stopover’s expansive and diverse line-up. Here are a few of the artist who caught our ear at […]

SXSW Female Artist Discovery: Sneaks

Posted by sawuscsm@mailbox.sc.edu on March 28, 2018

SXSW Female Artist Discovery The entertainment industry has always been problematic. From Elvis Presley to Mac DeMarco, speakers and screens have gravitated towards artists and performers of a similar race, gender and sexual orientation. This is not to say queer and female artists haven’t been met with mainstream success – artists such as St. Vincent, Charli […]

SXSW Interview: Nobuki Akiyama of DYGL

Posted by sawuscsm@mailbox.sc.edu on March 28, 2018

  DYGL (pronounced Day Glow) are founded around the boundary breaking power music can have. Founded at their university several years ago, the four-piece Japanese indie rock group would sound more at home in London than Tokyo. And while the influence of groups like The Strokes sand The Libertines is immediately clear, lead singer Nobuki […]

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