I met up with London Perry, who performs under the name Dazeases, at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’ Best Café on the sunny January Saturday that followed the president's announcement of a Muslim travel ban. She and I talked for a little more than an hour, and near the end of the conversation, I mentioned that I’d been doing news-induced breathing exercises just before she arrived.
This article was featured in RVAMag #27: Winter 2016. You can read all of issue #27 here or pick it up at local shops around RVA right now.
“I think we had a pretty solid run, I never felt like our records got bad, and that’s all you want. We did four records in five years…which is pretty good. It's what you want out of a band,” said Landis Wine, former White Laces vocalist/guitarist as he sipped coffee on a recent afternoon at Patrick Henry Pub.
RVA's indie rock band Manatree has given us a psychedelic treat for our eyes with their new music video for “Fat Jackson.”
After a banner year in 2016, local label Egghunt Records has their eyes set on 2017 with the announcement of a new subscription service featuring releases from four Richmond artists.
RVA is a town of music lovers and we hold a special place in our hearts for all the talented bands and musicians that play every night of the week in our music venues.
RVA indie rock band Manatree has warmed our hearts with their upbeat, fun tunes since first stepping onto the RVA music scene in 2014.
Two Richmond Indie labels are teaming up to impregnate Raleigh, NC's Hopscotch Music Festival with some RVA-music babies on 9/9.
Since gracing the Richmond music scene in 2011, electronic/rock band White Laces have set the bar for all current and future indie rock bands in this town incredibly high with their electric, amplified live performances, and garnered success with their frequent touring, delivering several solid albums, and producing an unmistakable brand of noisy, fuzzy shoegaze that we've come to know and love.
Prepare to become a dancin' fool after just one view of RVA's rock and roll group Avers' new video for their latest track, "Vampire."
Virginia Beach's twee/indie rock outfit Feral Conservatives have released a new video for "Round the Corner", a pop/punky tune off their latest album, Here's to Almost, which dropped via Egghunt Records in January.
A lot can happen in two years. You could start a band and record your first EP. You could get a new job and hopefully a promotion.
Virginia Beach's Indie rock group Feral Conservatives
premiered "Twenty-Eight" yesterday, a fun, but very political short film targeting Donald Trump.
RVA powerhouse singer/songwriter Lucy Dacus has taken over the music world lately if you haven't noticed.
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Comprised of four dudes who have been making music together since middle school, Richmond's own Manatree has been making waves locally since last su
When a band made up of four women names themselves Daddy Issues, you have to assume they know exactly what they're doing. Put together in 2013 by singer/guitarists Lo Davy and Lindsey Sprague in the wake of some depressing breakups, the band seems to have been named after the kind of stupid accusations boys throw at girls when relationships are falling apart.