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Amanda Palmer is no stranger to controversy. Her first band, The Dresden Dolls, was known for its dark and macabre themes. She often ventures into the taboo in all that she creates, from her experience with date rape to terrorism. The Daily Mail once published an entire article on her wardrobe malfunction, inciting her to write “Dear Daily Mail.” Her most popular creation is the "Ukulele Anthem," an ode to simplistic art.
A bucket list show for many, Weezer and The Pixies co-headlined Columbia’s largest venue to bring the nostalgia of 90’s alt-rock to thousands of fans at Colonial Life Arena.
After waiting on top of the parking garage for nearly 15 minutes, a sunset barely forming amidst dark clouds on the Columbia skyline, a Jeep pulls up and parks. Almost as soon as Rob Magee and Evan Delp step out of the vehicle, skateboard and guitar case in respective hands, their vision for the photoshoot is set straight.
Seventeen-year-old music prodigy, Billie Eilish, recently released her “Bury a Friend” music video, her first single from her new debut album, "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?"
In the interest of full disclosure, the artist interviewed is in a relationship with a non-editorial member of Garnet & Black's staff.
Photo by Akuya Stoddard
When it comes to pop-punk, Happy. isn’t trying to be modern; in fact, singer Tate Logan, a recent USC graduate, would rather you feel like you’re listening to a band from ten years ago instead of a new, upcoming band.
“The atmosphere is electric,” says Bob Franklin, the CEO of Tin Roof, when I ask him to describe The Senate in his own words.
With the Re:Coil Tour making its stop at Music Farm, fans from Columbia and across the Southeast came to see electronic funk and hip-hop powerhouse Gramatik throw down a set that was hard to forget.
Appearing on festival lineups such as Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo as well as having tracks dominate the HypeMachine charts, Taska Black is a name everyone should know. The 21-year-old producer from Antwerp, Belgium, is challenging the very word “genre.” Unveiling all types of new approaches to future music, Joachim Gorrebeeck’s creative techniques are grabbing the attention of ravers all over the world. Taska has just come out with a brand-new collaboration with San Holo called, “Right Here, Right Now,” and is also coming out with an acoustic version of his latest Monstercat single, “We Would Never Do.”
After a long wait from the 21 Savage concert, students have been eager for the next performer to take stage on campus. At SpringFest 2018, put on by Carolina Productions, Atlanta-based rapper B.o.B took the stage on Greene Street for another concert free to students. With songs like “Airplanes,” “Out of My Mind,” “Strange Clouds,” and “Nothin’ on You,” B.o.B brought students back to their middle school memories for his hour-long set.
Happy (late) St. Patty’s Day! This year, the Five Points Association held an amazing music festival for the Columbia area with big names in the alternative rock and country scene. People from all across South Carolina–and even Jacksonville, Florida according to one of the radio station hosts–came to see acts such as J. Roddy Walston & The Business, Rainbow Kitten Surprise, and headliner Judah and the Lion.
Day 4: The long haul. After three days of the festival, the soreness and fatigue has set in for the majority attending. However, not one performer held back. Okeechobee held all of the heaviest and hardest artists until the last day of the festival to give fans one last party before they get on the road.