Make a splash on Friday, May 11th as Future Chord Presents: A House Show of Epic Proportions at Greenville's newest house venue — The Designated Box Flattening Area.
The lineup includes Myrtle Beach-based indie pop outfit Canopy Hands, South Carolina psychedelic pop troupe Alarm Drum, and NYC dreamo rockers Lord Bendtner. They'll be supported by the darkwave vibes of Greenville up-and-comers The Parlor Pinks and the synthpop sounds of Anthem.
Click here to RSVP and find all the details.
Our newest roster addition, The Apartment Club, and their latest music video for "Dallas" have been named the Audience Choice award winners at this year's 2nd annual Cat Fly Film Festival in Asheville, NC.
Directed by Zach Robinson, "Dallas" is a purely colorful celebration of life, love, and loss — taken from the band's self-titled debut album released in January. Rewatch the video above and stay tuned for more from The Apartment Club this summer.
On Friday, April 20th, tune into Radio Bristol as Brother Oliver performs a special live session from the historic Birthplace of Country Music Museum.
Later that night, the band takes the stage at Band Camp Music Festival in Bristol, Tennessee alongside some of the best folk, roots rock, jam, and psychedelic bands in Appalachia.
Snag your tickets to the festival, and pitch a tent for a full weekend of live music and entertainment at Holston River Brewing Company.
We're pleased to announce that our very own Fox Grin will be performing at this year's Mile of Music Festival in Appleton, Wisconsin.
The Nashville-based indie art rockers are set to perform eight sets this August during the four day festival in conquering their first trip to The Badger State.
Visit mileofmusic.com to discover the first 50 artists on the lineup — and since entry to the festival is free you should start making plans ASAP.
Make your move on the Snakes and Ladders Tour, pt. II presented by Future Chord — a Midwest trailblaze with South Carolina folk rockers Brother Oliver this April.
Click through below to find all dates and be sure to revisit Brother Oliver's new self-titled album on Spotify — praised by Huffington Post, PBS, Impose Magazine, and more.