Crystal Guysir Goes Beyond The Stage in “Obsidian” – EP Review

β€œWe all came into the world naked. The rest is Drag.” Scribed on the bio of their Facebook fan page, Crystal Guysir immediately gives new eyes looking into their world something to think about on approach. Based out of Charleston, SC, the road toward expression as a Drag Queen has carried Crystal through the Carolinas … More Crystal Guysir Goes Beyond The Stage in “Obsidian” – EP Review

Indie Love Is The Best Love: 4 Songs To Capture The Moments in 2022 With – RF20XX Singles Review

When it comes to listening to new and old favorite tunes, audible love is constantly in the air. For this year’s Valentine’s Day offering, RF20XX shares 4 Songs to keep the mood going well past the chocolates and tender moments ~ … More Indie Love Is The Best Love: 4 Songs To Capture The Moments in 2022 With – RF20XX Singles Review

Mercury Dimes Brings A Voice Against Anxiety With “Broken Down Everything” – RF20XX Album Review

~ Whether we want life to be our idealized version of what could be or not, it’s often the case that things can be disappointing, or loss hits us in ways we didn’t fathom or saw coming but couldn’t avoid. A lot of the worst things are personal, and while attempts can be made to share those moments of time in order to better them, even that can be difficult sometimes. The crew of Mercury Dimes understands all of this well, and in their first full album, “Broken Down Everything”, the issues that seek to claim us all are tackled hard in what comes off as both reflective and self-realized, even if the outcome is slightly painful. ~ … More Mercury Dimes Brings A Voice Against Anxiety With “Broken Down Everything” – RF20XX Album Review

“The Ceiling” & “Water Cooler Affair”: RF20XX’s Livewire Reviews – 6/23

Much like Ska, Punk Rock is something that will never go out of style for us, or just in general, no matter what anyone else says. This week, on the RF20XX Livewire Reviews, we head into tracks that amplify what makes different subgenres of Rock absolute treasures, with newcomer to the CLT Scene, Two Eyes … More “The Ceiling” & “Water Cooler Affair”: RF20XX’s Livewire Reviews – 6/23

BadCameo + Okey Dokey at Lenny Boy & The Green Life Pop-Up: RF20XX’s Scenes From The Scene

What’s Up, CLT Scene & Beyond? Life is a little more active these days, once again with a bustling daily life in one of the biggest epicenters between Richmond and Columbia. As such, getting out, in my view, has to be essential, just as it was a sort of painful process for us all regressing … More BadCameo + Okey Dokey at Lenny Boy & The Green Life Pop-Up: RF20XX’s Scenes From The Scene

Fear Until Fury, Cuzo Key, BadCameo: RF20XX’s CLT Livewire Reviews – 5/29

What’s up with your Memorial Day Weekend, CLT Scene & Beyond? We’re back this week with the Livewire Singles Review series, and this time around, we’re beefed up to 3 tracks that’ll keep you pushing forward with whatever you’re handling at that moment. This week, get amped up with Fear Until Fury’s call-to-arms, “RIZE”, consider … More Fear Until Fury, Cuzo Key, BadCameo: RF20XX’s CLT Livewire Reviews – 5/29

The Dirty Low Down’s “Worst Way”: RF20XX’s CLT Livewire Reviews

Happy Friday, CLT Scene & Beyond!!! As RF20XX moves back toward the direction of a New (Music Internet) World Order, starting here in the Queen City, we’re excited to move back towards weekly releases of single’s drops, showcasing the raw power of Charlotte Area bands & artists! For this week, the stars of the show … More The Dirty Low Down’s “Worst Way”: RF20XX’s CLT Livewire Reviews

TINO & K.Carter’s “Safe Money” Joins Perspectives On Life & Visions of Better Days – EP Review

To the North-West of the lower East Coast, there sits a flat valley amidst the rolling hills and rivers. Among Ye Olde Ohio, this place is the Gem City, the birthplace of Funk, and the central setting to which our protagonists today reside. Its Name? Dayton. TINO and K.Carter, each coming off of album releases … More TINO & K.Carter’s “Safe Money” Joins Perspectives On Life & Visions of Better Days – EP Review