Happy March, CLT Scene & Beyond! We’ve officially entered into the next threshold of 2021, and as the temp starts to spike upward, so does the onward enthusiasm that as the virus goes on a downward plunge, music might be possible inside venues once again. Meanwhile, the outdoor sets are already in play, so check out Charlotte’s music groups & pages for details, and keep it here for when we start to make those listings again!
Speaking of venues, a few of our city’s booking platforms, Time2Fly, Records on the Wall, & Eagle Management are already on the beat, starting this week with Rec’s B.A.M. Charlotte over at Crown Station and EM’s Indie Fest kicking off at Lenny Boy Brewing! Grab a ticket before they sell out, space is limited and masks are mandatory!
With that being said, let’s pop into what you might have missed in the last week!!!
~ Potions & Pixels ~
~ Last Week’s Games ~
Speed Limit (53 minutes)
Marie’s Room (41 minutes)
FRIDAY NIGHT FUNKIN’ (31 minutes)
SELF (10 minutes)
~ Charlotte Gaymers Network ~
*NEW* The Beacon No.2: CGN’s Official Magazine
“We’ve got the Couch Brotato himself Chris Morrison on this week’s episode! We promised regular episodes and as soon as we did, Alex got tonsillitis which basically halted podcast recording for a few weeks, but we’re back at it again! After we discuss that a bit, we discuss the new HBO Max content coming, the new Stranger Things promo, another Kong VS Godzilla trailer dropped, and we also talk about the reality TV of the early and mid 00s that seemed to feature a lot of 80s rock stars & wrestlers and if it helped or harmed their image.”
For More From the SGFY Crew:
– Patreon Episodes, Exclusives, & Rare Content: https://www.patreon.com/somethinggoodnetwork
– FB Page Home – Updates, Announcements, & More: https://www.facebook.com/SomethingGFY/
“In ep. 37 of Nooze Hounds, we talk with Kris Axhoj of Axhoj Enterprises and Kenneth Robinson of Freedom Fighting Missionaries Inc about partnering with Home Again Foundation to build quick affordable developments in Charlotte. Plus, prison reentry, Tent City, COVID-19 and more.”
For More on What’s Happening In CLT:
Check Out QC Nerve for Daily News Briefs
“Kody and Michael chop it up with an old friend of the show, Allan Bingham (drums) and frontwoman Taryn Carpenter (vocals) of local Symphonic Metal group Lilith Rising. This is a jam-packed episode with a lot of fun content, including a new trend we plan to start…..#haikuchallenge”
To Support This Podcast (And Soon To Be Venue):
Spotify: Rooster Radio’s Channel – Podcast to The Rooster out of Gastonia, NC
“What a fun episode! From South Africa to USA, Vegan Restaurant owners Richard and Tallulah talk with Todd about their amazing journey to Charlotte NC, their fight in court over the word “Soul”, activism, and the questions vegans are tired of answering.”
Check out past episodes and exclusive content at the Main Site: https://www.makingnoisepod.com
“This week I talked with director, and Columbia, SC music scene legend (heck, punk rock legend in general), Christopher Bickel via Skype about his history as the singer for such well regarded bands as In/Humanity and Guyana Punch Line, as well as his current projects as director of movies full of sex, drugs , and punk rock and roll. We also talk about the Columbia music scene, mostly past but some present, as well as another take on why people just don’t go to see local music these days. Be sure to check out The Theta Girl and Bad Girls, as I can promise you won’t be disappointed!”
“This month host Matthew Ablan speaks with Fred Lee from the band Late Night Special. The two discuss Fred’s musical background, the bands evolution, the songwriting process and what’s ahead for them in 2021.”
Know something we don’t? See anything we missed on this line-up? Hit us in the comments to the article, or at any of our social media pages marked below!
Have a great week ahead, scene lovers! Seeya in the streams & everywhere else!!
If you liked what you read here, leave us a Like or a Comment, and consider Subscribing for weekly updates on here or on our Facebook page, Twitter (@20xxfrom), or on our Instagram at @channel20xx.
Thank you for tuning into your world, for this… is 20XX.