Shaky Knees 2019: Interpol

Posted by WUSC on May 7, 2019

Shaky Knees 2019: The Enduring Influence of Interpol By Jordan Smith The years between 2000 and 2011 proved to be some of the most important ones for New York City. In the midst of what seemed like a rock n’ roll revolution, bands like The Strokes, Bloc Party, LCD Soundsystem and Interpol contributed to a […]

Shaky Knees 2019: Natalie Prass

Posted by WUSC on May 6, 2019

Shaky Knees 2019: Natalie Prass in the Rain By Jordan Smith The threat of rain at a festival is the threat of chaos – changed set times, intense crowding of all shaded areas and a fear of cancellation loom large every summer. But walking onto the stage with a knee-length pink rain coat, Natalie Prass […]

10 reasons to go to Shaky Knees

Posted by WUSC on April 30, 2019

10 reasons to go to Shaky Knees this year By Jordan Smith Festival season is upon us. As a music-lover and long-time employee of a radio station, I know more than anyone how frustrating it is living so far away from major fests like Pitchfork and Governor’s Ball. But recently Atlanta festival Shaky Knees has […]

Interview: J.S. Terry

Posted by WUSC on April 25, 2019

Interview: J.S. Terry By Carly Mihovich Back in September, I had the privilege of reviewing “the unmistakable sound of a heart beating in love,” a single off of J.S. Terry’s newest album, “and you loom over me like a mountain” for WUSC. Now, the album looms over us as it will be released on all […]

The Britney Bracket

Posted by WUSC on April 14, 2019

The Britney Bracket by Emme Ostrander March Madness ended earlier this week, which means that we all had the chance to look over our brackets and see just how well we did.  Over at WUSC, we looked back on our brackets to see just how much our personal opinions matched up with the popular vote […]

Vinyl’s Comeback

Posted by WUSC on March 8, 2019

The Reemergence of Vinyl Records Daniel “D#” Sharp Music has been around since the dawn of man, and historians believe it to be used as the original form of storytelling before people wrote things down. While the artform has gone through numerous changes and trends, the current most interesting trend is the reemergence of vinyl […]

The Sounds of Belo Horizonte

Posted by WUSC on March 4, 2019

The Sounds of Belo Horizonte: Passport Playlist brings South America to South Carolina Jessica Gustines KoY is the stage name of Bruno de Oliveira, a producer and musician from Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Inspired by eclectic, soulful artists like Chet Faker, Jorja Smith and FKJ, Bruno de Oliveira creates modern, ethereal instrumentals with “some Brazillian flavor […]

Interview: Maatticus

Posted by WUSC on March 3, 2019

Interview: Maatticus by Nick Gerace I sat down with one of Greenville’s finest trap & bass artists Maatticus for an interview last week. Opening for some of the best names in bass music, Matt Coker is making a name for himself with his filthy, experimental and captivating sets. Maatticus is best known for his otherworldly […]

Concert/Album Review: Badflower in Norfolk, VA

Posted by WUSC on February 26, 2019

Concert/Album Review: Badflower in Norfolk, VA Amanda Detyens Nothing is better than going to see a band and being surprised with an amazing opener. That’s exactly how I discovered the LA-based band Badflower. I was at the Norva in Norfolk, VA to see The Struts play. I had no idea who was opening, and was […]

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