Monthly Archives: March 2015

Leading Ladies | How Girls Rock Columbia Is Empowering Campers and Volunteers Alike

“By reaching out to these kids, a lot of us were reaching inside ourselves. We were talking to the girls we used to be. We were telling them they were strong, they were brave, they were capable.”

Free Times | March 25, 2015

All Hail the Glow Cloud | Popular podcast Welcome to Night Vale comes alive — on and off the stage

“There’s something really comforting about the idea that life is weird,” says Cranor. “People love that thing where there’s a town where just quirky things happen. It’s a relatable thing, and it allows us to feel justified in living in maybe small, backward kind of cities.”

Charleston City Paper | March 25, 2015

Southern Harmony | How Southern Rock Ties Together the Chris Robinson Brotherhood and J. Roddy Walston & the Business

“It’s a tone. It’s a feeling. It’s an essence that comes out.”

Free Times | March 11, 2015

Guitar Goddess | What Ava Mendoza’s Obscurity Says About Guitar Music Double Standards

“I feel like, at least the guys I play music with, are like, ‘It’s not an issue.'”

Free Times | March 11, 2015

No Reflektion | On his solo debut, Arcade Fire’s Will Butler becomes indie rock’s king parenthetical

“When people are like, ‘Oh, you’re the guy from Arcade Fire,’ I’m like, ‘Yeah, it’s awesome.’ If people are like, ‘Oh, you’re Win Butler’s brother,’ I’m like, ‘Yeah, that’s my brother! Isn’t that cool?'”

INDYWeek | March 11, 2015

For the Sake of the Song | Radney Foster’s search for truth starts deep in the heart of Texas

“I said, ‘It’s a word that’s just used to make someone feel small and feel bad. It’s about a woman’s sexuality, and you can ask your mama more about that stuff.”

Charleston City Paper | March 4, 2015

Daddy Issues | Sometimes a song about a boner is just a song about a boner

“We’re feminist women who write about what we like or what we think is funny.”

INDYWeek | March 4, 2015

Director’s Cut | Monotonix guitarist Yonatan Gat trades wild shows for wilder improv

“The idea is to forget about the fact that you exist—to not exist while you’re playing music.”

C-Ville | March 3, 2015