Category Archives: Concert Review

STS9: Lift off at The Fillmore

Fresh off the release of their twelfth studio LP, The Universe Inside, STS9 touched down at The Fillmore in Charlotte recently to play a few hours to some of their most excited fans. It’s always a pleasure to see STS9

STS9: Lift off at The Fillmore

Fresh off the release of their twelfth studio LP, The Universe Inside, STS9 touched down at The Fillmore in Charlotte recently to play a few hours to some of their most excited fans. It’s always a pleasure to see STS9

Carpenter Brut: Live at Terminal West

Not even a very cold and chilly night in Atlanta would keep people from coming out to listen to the dark, synth sounds of Carpenter Brut (CB)… Little is known about the man behind the music, whose real name is Franck Hueso, except that his nationality is French. He has restricted access to his personal life in hopes that all of the media would stay concentrated on his music as a whole… You can view these pictures and more online over on our Facebook page. ‘Like’ our page and stay up to date in 2017 on all music related events/festivals.

Carpenter Brut: Live at Terminal West

Not even a very cold and chilly night in Atlanta would keep people from coming out to listen to the dark, synth sounds of Carpenter Brut (CB)… Little is known about the man behind the music, whose real name is Franck Hueso, except that his nationality is French. He has restricted access to his personal life in hopes that all of the media would stay concentrated on his music as a whole… You can view these pictures and more online over on our Facebook page. ‘Like’ our page and stay up to date in 2017 on all music related events/festivals.

Failure: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Fantastic Planet.

Twenty years a band from Los Angeles, Ca. released their third album entitled Fantastic Planet. Their name was Failure and included Ken Andrews (vocals/guitar/bass), Greg Edwards (bass/piano/guitar/percussion), and Kellii Scott (drums). This was a concept album that was produced by the

Failure: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Fantastic Planet.

Twenty years a band from Los Angeles, Ca. released their third album entitled Fantastic Planet. Their name was Failure and included Ken Andrews (vocals/guitar/bass), Greg Edwards (bass/piano/guitar/percussion), and Kellii Scott (drums). This was a concept album that was produced by the

Blues Traveler, The Marcus King Band & Cranford Hollow play to benefit the Press on Fund in Evans, Ga.

Local promoters, Friends With Benefits Productions (FWBP), once again proved that a successful concert can be organized in the Augusta area after bringing Blues Traveler, The Marcus King Band, and Cranford Hollow to a packed Columbia County Amphitheater. For all

Blues Traveler, The Marcus King Band & Cranford Hollow play to benefit the Press on Fund in Evans, Ga.

Local promoters, Friends With Benefits Productions (FWBP), once again proved that a successful concert can be organized in the Augusta area after bringing Blues Traveler, The Marcus King Band, and Cranford Hollow to a packed Columbia County Amphitheater. For all

An evening with Boris.

Recently, this concerthopper was treated to Boris, a Japanese avant-garde metal band, performing their 10th album Pink in its entirety at what would be my last time attending a show at the original location for The Masquerade. When Boris released

An evening with Boris.

Recently, this concerthopper was treated to Boris, a Japanese avant-garde metal band, performing their 10th album Pink in its entirety at what would be my last time attending a show at the original location for The Masquerade. When Boris released

Omnia Collecta Music and Arts Festival 2016

Omnia Collecta Music and Arts Festival is an annual festival that takes place in Somerville, Alabama. From June 3 to June 5, 2016 artists from a variety of genres took the stage. The festival didn’t seem to exclude anyone based

Omnia Collecta Music and Arts Festival 2016

Omnia Collecta Music and Arts Festival is an annual festival that takes place in Somerville, Alabama. From June 3 to June 5, 2016 artists from a variety of genres took the stage. The festival didn’t seem to exclude anyone based

CalderaFest Pagan Music Festival

I had a lot of first time experiences at CalderaFest. Not only was this my first camping festival, it was also my first pagan festival.  I’ll admit that I knew very little about the pagan music scene going into this. Had

CalderaFest Pagan Music Festival

I had a lot of first time experiences at CalderaFest. Not only was this my first camping festival, it was also my first pagan festival.  I’ll admit that I knew very little about the pagan music scene going into this. Had