Tag: Graveface Records

Savannah’s Starland neighborhood gets star treatment in the New York Times

From the New York Times Travel section, An Incubator for Creativity in Savannah, Ga., with emphasis added: The Savannah that most visitors encounter is confined to the historic district between the Savannah River and the trees of Forsyth Park draped…

Graveface Records launches “post flood / post lawsuit fun time” fundraiser

If you haven’t been to Graveface Records & Curiosities at 5 West 40th St. (right behind Back in the Day Bakery), you’re in for a treat. There are plenty of records and the place is, well, plenty curious. The physical…

Graveface Records offers a dozen acts playing for Record Store Day

Saturday, 4/20 is Record Store Day across the country. There are a number of events going on in Savannah, but the only one that I’ll be attending for sure is the celebration at Graveface Records & Curiosities at 5 West…

William Schaff embroiders arresting image for The Casket Girls’ upcoming release

The use of the medium sure conjures images of mourning samplers from the Victorian era and before.

Savannah’s The Casket Girls get rave review in Washington Post for debut album “Sleepwalking”

Well, I was looking at the homepage of The Washington Post in search of more details on the “fiscal cliff” deal, when something a lot more interesting showed up: Quick spins: The Casket Girls’ ‘Sleepwalking’ is creepy-cool music

mumbledust: folk noir from Savannah

mumbledust is a duo of Rachael Perisho and Ryan McCardle. Perisho has a clear, almost languid voice that’s especially interesting when she’s playing the saw. On banjo and guitar, McCardle’s voice is firm, beautiful, and oddly quiet — at least in Friday’s unplugged performance in the store.

Graveface Fest 2012 – Southern Pine Company – 10/27/12

Featuring Black Moth Super Rainbow, The Casket Girls, CUSSES, Serengeti, The Marshmallow Ghosts, Dreamend, David Liebe Hart (of Tim & Eric) doing an all puppet performance, The Stargazer Lilies, and Creepoid