Stereo Reform is a Greenville based electrofunk-pop project headed by Neil Turner. Turner’s style is heavily influenced by everything from the synth sounds and pop-funk acts of the 70s, 80s, and 90s to the icons of the British Invasion and
On their new album Wilting in Mauve, the Greenville post-punk trio makes dark music that’s not quite goth, heavy music that’s not quite metal, and complex music that’s not quite prog-rock.
Carolina Slim is the Americana solo project of Upstate songwriter Gary Fann, who is also one half of bluesy guitar and harmonica duo The Carolina Beggars.
Claire Beverly is an alternative pop singer from Greenville — drawing inspiration from Elvis, Halsey, Hozier, and Harry Styles. Growing up playing multiple instruments, music has always been a major part of Claire’s life. She expresses her experiences and emotions
The project of Greenville musician Job Childers, lanclier paints vivid pictures of love and loss through bedroom pop ballads.
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One of the founders of Spartanburg’s Dirty-Burg-Entertainment (D.B.E.), Jessie has been one of the faces of the Upstate’s recent resurgence of rap music. For several years now, his collective has been everywhere from radio, tv, festival appearances, national act show
Creating early auditory connections might be the last thing parents think they’re doing when casually deciding between Joan Jett or The Rolling Stones to play on the car ride to school. The commercials using radio rock as background music, old
Trevor Hewitt is a country / southern rock singer-songwriter from Spartanburg. In 2020, he released his new single “Her and Carolina” as well as an EP called Quarantine Jams ’20.
Kmoney is an Upstate-based rapper.
Weidman grew up in Fort Lauderdale, Florida — where after college he cut his teeth in South Florida’s abundant and cover-driven live music grind for the better part of his twenties. He made his first record, Thousand Island Sun,
As a child, Charleston native Mary Norris would insist on watching the credits during movie nights at home. Her father realized it wasn’t watching the credits that fascinated her — it was the music. After watching School of Rock at
Lee Hewitt’s music can be described as a mix of Folk and Americana, with thoughtful lyrics and simple yet impactful melodies centered around acoustic guitar and evocative vocals.
Neighborhood Shares is a Greenville-based hip-hop project. Their second record and new EP, Neighborhood Shares II, dropped in August of 2020.
Act Normal is an indie garage / psychedelic post-punk band from Spartanburg. Drummer/vocalist Zac Dehlbom, guitarist Skyler Cunningham, and bassist Rob MacPherson blend various flavors of rock music to produce a sound that is both precise and primal, sober and
Maxx Good$ is a Greenville-based hip hop artist. In 2020, he released a new single titled “#icantbreathe” and a collaboration track with DJ DollaMenu (“Hot Sauce!”). His latest effort “REIGN” dropped in December with an accompanying video directed by Alejandro
Eric Weiler is a blues influenced guitarist and singer /songwriter who was born and raised in Huntington, West Virginia. While growing up in Huntington, Eric began playing guitar professionally at the age of 12 and performed with the Oakwood Beer
Parris Bridge is a rock band with alternative, punk, and metal influences based out of Greenville. The band’s lineup includes bassist Andrew Doolittle, lead guitarist Josh Bishop, drummer Christian Tucker, guitarist and vocalist Dylan Fipps, and lead vocalist Scott Beardsley.
Whiskey-soaked honky tonk band The Piedmont Boys started out in Greenville over a decade ago by frontman Greg Payne. They’ve played hundreds of shows, logged thousands of miles, released four albums, toured half the continental U.S., and shared stages with
Self-labeling as “Not-Your-Father’s Indie Rock Band,” Spartanburg outfit Salti Ray blends a myriad of musical styles — including folk, blues, and pop in their traditional rock-influenced roots. Originally founded in Charleston by members and lifelong friends Mary Norris and Noelle
Karen Clardy is a solo singer-songwriter from Greenville. While she may fall under the indie-alternative category, she has a soft-edge style that consists of folky guitar picking paired with raspy, soulful vocals. Her light melodic vibe gives contrast to the
Originally from the sandhills of South Carolina and now based in Greenville, Vilai Harrington grew up firmly planted in his soulful country heritage. Now with his band of talent from each region of the State, Vilai Harrington & The Hamptones
A hip-hop recording artist from Greenville, Scotty K. has influences from a broad spectrum of which he applies to his technique and presentation. Independence and solidarity are common themes and messages the artist pushes through his vernacular. At the forefront
STATUS206 is a studio project by Greenville musician Evan Sexton and Derick Caperton (guitarist of WVRM) that records various types of music with different guests. In 2020, an indie rock / pop EP was released entitled Overflowing.
Bad Weather States is a southern rock band from Greenwood. In 2020, they released two new singles “Equity” and “6-1-3”.
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Born out of a collaboration project, Friday Night Feature formed in a Suburb basement in Greenville in 2018. The three piece alternative pop rock band features Zack Robinson on vocals and guitar, Gavin Beamish on bass guitar and backup vocals,
Greenville singer-songwriter Hunter Laird’s music brings high emotion and encapsulating lyrics. His strong and emotional vocal style draws you in from the first note. Lyrics written from past experiences draw in a wide audience and make his music relatable to
Rögg Collins is Greenville-based electronic music producer Lucas Hogg. In 2020, he released his Off My Mind EP — which features “All Nite”.
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Like his hometown in the foothills of Greenville, Dixon’s sound resembles a meeting place between the mountains and the sea. Deeply rooted in the folk-pop sounds of singer-songwriters like James Taylor and Ray LaMontagne, yet uniquely filled with elements of
Caffeine Genius is an Upstate-based alternative rock project started by Hinder guitarist, Mark Austin King. The music is influenced by 90’s alternative rock music, especially Weezer and Ben Folds. Caffeine Genius released their debut EP, Look What My Computer Did
Wolfgang Wallace is the 3-way love-child of front man Matthew (Wally) Wallace, harmony vocalist and lead guitarist Joe Powers, and self-proclaimed “lead drummer” Brett Clanton.
The Greenville trio has most recently been working on their first album, Wolfgang Does the
When you’re at a party, observing, soaking in the atmostphere. When you walk down an empty neighborhood street while the sunset colors the clouds. These are the bittersweet, fleeting moments that Greenville indie rock outfit Mostly Here creates. Between sparkly
Keylo Jsr is a Greenville-based rapper. In 2020, he shared his first three singles — “2 High”, “Zon3”, and “Have Mercy”.