They've dubbed their sound “indie nova,” touching on Brazilian tradition and Belle & Sebastian-style pop whimsy.
Slow-churning guitars that break apart like a nasty cough, Collins’ dryly sinister rasp, and Travis Owen’s astounding and theatrical drum chops make Weedeater's a can’t-miss performance.
Special show signals end of an era in SAV nightlife
MOST everyone knows it, but few are saying it.
All you Drive-Thru Records babies out there, grab a piping brew from the counter and settle in for a nostalgia trip.
Individual Sweet Teases have brought their own ideas to the table, doing “whatever they like” for an act, “whether it be something they have been dying to do, an idea they’ve had, a concept they’ve been developing on their own.”
It’s a stripped-down performance in which only acoustic instruments will be used, creating a whole new take on Trae Gurley’s gospel, singer-songwriter, soul, and standard picks.
The boys are back in town to celebrate one year of Service Brewing Company
But even the most devout Savannah music fan will find something new and exciting on the lineup—and with bands like Moon Taxi and Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band heading up the fest, it’s gearing up to be a dance party.
Bradford's is a gentle approach to twang, soothing and brimming with skill...
Culture Vulture likes to draw imagery out of tone—a “sort of post-rock” approach.
This is more of a reunion at the ole family farmhouse than a show, with Wes and Heather as patriarch and matriarch.
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