Magnetic Flowers, Elonzo, Dawn Shredder, ...for scienceMagnetic Flowers
Existential bliss mated with beauty magnified times 1000 and presented on sixteen LCD monitors near the moon. Magnetic Flowers rustic Southern psychedelia runs the gamut from twangy "Wowee Zowee"-era Pavement alt-country, Iron & Wine-esque somber acoustic folk and fleshed-out emotive indie pop a la "Fevers and Mirrors"-era Bright Eyes." - The Free Times
Magnetic Flowers MySpace site: http://www.myspace.com/magneticflowersElonzo
"The growth curve for this young Rock Hill group led by Jeremy Davis has been impressive. From tentative and often formless folk rock a couple of years back to its highly accomplished sophomore effort, the recently released A Letter to a Friend, Elonzo has matured into a valid contender for the next great rural-flavored Carolinas' rock act. The record's 10 songs curry enough indie elements to keep it from all the usual roots rock clichés, including richly variegated textures and some choruses enormous enough to require your participation." - John Schacht, Creative Loafing Charlotte
Elonzo web site: http://www.myspace.com/elonzomusic
Elonzo MySpace site: http://www.myspace.com/elonzomusicDawn Shredder
"Adam Cullum, Jessica Oliver, The House at 729 Heidt"
"Dawn Shredder is a SOUTHERN GOTHIC DEPRESSION-ERA CHEERLEADER METAL BAND that formed in a frenzy & a series of ongoing fits of lunacy during November 2010 when members Adam Cullum & Jessica Oliver moved into an extra giant old house with their friend Brielle. All three tenants are now convinced that aforementioned house is indeed haunted."
Dawn Shredder Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001513917486
Dawn Shredder on Pure Volume: http://www.purevolume.com/dawnshredder...for science
"three assholes being jerks. Sounds Like pink cookies in a plastic bag being crushed by a collapsing building."
"...dramatic post-metal hybris..." Eric Greenwood, drawerb.com
"The single-song sets move like post-metal titans Isis often do from calm, melodic passages into heavy, thunderous slow-metal and back." Bryan Reed, Free Times
"...intuitive..." Otis Taylor, The State
...for science MySpace site: http://www.myspace.com/forsciencesc