Click here to go directly to the Savannah Stopover Sessions bandcamp page. Click here to sample the sessions on the Stopover site. Having bought a VIP pass for last month’s Savannah Stopover, I was thrilled to spend part of Saturday…
Savannah Stopover preview: mumbledust
The first time I wrote about mumbledust, I said this: Iâ€™d listened to mumbledust several times online in recent weeks and was anxious to see them live for the first time. So I stopped at Graveface Records & Curiosities on…
mumbledust and Christ, Lord in Starland
Just a few photos of a couple of inventive bands at the recent event Bats in the Belfry at Desotorow Gallery and the Starland Dairy. Audio embedded.
The MusicFile — now with a regular Savannah Morning News column — picks the top 20 songs of the South for 2012
Good news for readers of Do — the entertainment pullout section on Thursdays in the Savannah Morning News: Kayne Lanahan and The MusicFile team (the folks behind Savannah Stopover) are going to be writing a couple of columns per month.
The inaugural piece: The MusicFile: Sorting out the top 10 Southern songs of 2012.
Two Savannah bands make Fuzzbook’s top 25 of 2012
Fuzzbook is a British record label and blog that sums up its interests this way: “fuzzpop / shoegaze / surfpop / dreampop / lo-fi — You name it we’ve got it (as long as its one of those).” As it turns out, two Savannah acts — mumbledust and Sauna Heat — got the label’s attention with releases this year.
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.
Christian Lee Hutson with Mumbledust – The Sentient Bean – 10/12/12
Christian Lee Hutson is a member of The Driftwood Singers, but he’ll be on his own for this gig.
Katie Mullins / Mumbledust – The Sentient Bean – 08/30/12
During her six year stint in Germany, her musical pendulum swung from one extreme to the other. She sang in operas at the Komische Oper, played shows with a country band, Roseâ€™s Shoulder, and acted in plays and films. Katie was hired by European and American theater performance artists for her versatility as an entertainer, and has performed in Madrid, Geneva, DÃ¼sseldorf, Berlin and New York.