Music

MOJA Arts Festival comes to Marion Square

Beginning on September 28, the MOJA Arts Festival began traveling around city of Charleston to celebrate and embrace African-American and Caribbean art. The festival is holding various events, most of which are free admission, throughout the city until October 8. The festival, sponsored by Roper St. Francis and BlueChoice HealthPlan Medicaid, made an appearance at the Farmer’s Market…

SondorBlue: The Road Trip of a Lifetime

If you’ve been a student at the College of Charleston for more than a few weeks, chances are you’ve heard of SondorBlue. They’ve been playing shows around Charleston for three years and have gained a substantial following. Last year on October 30, 2016, SondorBlue released their first EP entitled “Realometer.” The EP featured four of…

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Peace Jam 2017

An array of yellow, green, red and orange spotlights cast themselves onto the black floor, revealing tinydust specks floating around the airy barn. The stage is set, awaiting its first performers. The bar is stocked and the bouncers find their way to the front to open the doors. Little by little, people begin to file…

Hidden Treasures

As a part of the Charleston Music Confab, a small record fair was held at the Charleston Music Hall on Saturday, Sept. 2. Representatives from three different local vendors set up their tables upstairs at the Music Hall for collectors and music lovers alike to sort through their boxes upon boxes of vinyl. This event…

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Durational Sound Installations at Moogfest 2017

Durational sound installations are site specific musical experiences that incorporate a temporal element to the performance. This implies that the performance lasts a relatively unorthodox amount of time, whether that means two minutes or four hours. “Installation” refers to the specificity of location. While durational installations may be recreated in more than one place, it…

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“A Crow Looked at Me” by Mount Eerie–An Album Review

Death, and the fear thereof, is a shared human experience. At humanity’s most confused moments, existential angst claws at meaning in how we make sense of our lives. We fear the moments we occupy in the present, and fear what is beyond. Thankfully, art helps humanity reckon with its futility. On A Crow Looked at…

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