FUTUREBIRDS 9:30pm -11pm
THE HIGH DIVERS - 10pm-11pm
There is no hiding that each member of The High Divers hails from South Carolina. A subtle twang dots the roots rock n’ roll
landscape from which the band pulls its sound and feel. “Riverlust”, the group’s debut album, is full of southern tinged
imagery that places you in the deep woods of South Carolina. It becomes clear after just a few verses that The High Divers,
though mining a vein uniquely their own, have a hard time getting the sounds from Laurel Canyon, Muscle Shoals, and The
Basement Tapes out of their head. Read More
HIP HOP MASHUP 8pm-9:30pm
Kevin Venom is a 20 year old rapper from Charleston, currently based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where he studies classical violin performance at UNC Chapel Hill. He pens moody and introspective raps over dark, jazzy beats. Kevin's writing is inspired by his life as someone who struggles with mental illness, as well as his experiences as the child of Indian immigrants. His debut album "i eat stars now and shit" is out now via Born Again New York, and is available on all major streaming platforms.
Growing up in Pineville, South Carolina, Benjamin Starr was spoon fed soul music at an early age. Honing his vivid storytelling ability, he evokes the imagery of the trials and hurdles he has faced, and continues to face, for Hip-Hop fans.
Benjamin Starr merges his gifted songwriting abilities with a beautiful flow, lyricism and presence; weaving heart pulsing records of the highs and lows that accompany life.
Influenced by the likes of Tupac, Nas, Scarface, Marvin Gaye and David Ruffin, his soulful creations have gone on to garner an avid fan base, an acclaimed mixtape catalogue, and performances across the Southeast.
Hailing from Charleston, S.C., a city known for its southern charm, great seafood and cultural history, Matt Monday, formerly known as Righchus, has added his name to that list.
Since the release of his first LP, Chaos Theory, Monday has built a loyal fan base and tested an enthusiastic stage presence, opening up for artists such as J. Cole, Tech N9ne, Warren G, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, The Movement, Pastor Troy, and even touring on Wiz Khalifa's Deal or No Deal tour in 2010.
His sophomore project, Sweetgrass & Supras, hosted by DJ IIl Will, added to his growing fan base. Within four consecutive years, the Charleston City Paper named him the “Best Local Hip Hop Artist,” while his music and videos have gained accolades from websites such as 2DopeBoyz, The Smoking Section and DJ Booth.
Beach Tiger - 7pm-8pm
The alternative rock outfit, Beach Tiger, consists of Taylor McCleskey (vocals / guitar), Eric Mixon (bass), Blake Shorter (drums), and Zac Crocker (keys / backing vocals). The band is known for heavy, groove-based songs, catchy melodies, hazy synthesizers, and ethereal guitar effects.
Although the group has only released three singles in their first year of existence, they have already garnered over 700,000 streams (on Spotify alone), and have been featured on four official Spotify playlists including: “New Music Friday” (July 1 - July 7) and “Indie Pop!”; as well as Starbucks' “Sunny Afternoon”
JORDAN IGOE - 5:30pm-6:30pm
Born and raised in Charleston, SC, Jordan Igoe is a singer-songwriter, whose songs are as Southern and soulful as she is. The multi-instrumentalist has been playing professionally for over ten years as a solo performer, and with a rotating lineup of stellar backup musicians around Charleston and regionally in the Southeast. Having grown up in a musical family, Igoe taught herself how to play the piano at age 10 and picked up the guitar a few years later, and writes catchy, heartfelt songs with both instruments. It is her raw, soulful voice, however, that immediately grabs the listener and holds on. On February 14th, 2014, Igoe released her debut album entitled, "How to Love."