Unveiling the Essence of The Richmond Music Scene 2008

by | Apr 17, 2009 | MUSIC

Embark on a sonic expedition through the golden year of the Richmond music scene – 2008. Immerse yourself in the vibrant melodies, riffs, and rhythms that reverberated through the air with the RVA Magazine’s ‘Year in Review CD Compilation for 2008’.

From the exhilarating beats of No BS! Brass Band’s ‘Iron Palm’ to the haunting vocals of Sweat Lodge’s ‘Desert Song’, this compilation is a treasure trove of diverse and compelling tracks that epitomize Richmond’s creative spirit. Whether it’s the enthralling pulse of Bio Ritmo’s ‘Lisandra’ or the raw energy of Landmines’ ‘Piggyback’, there is something for every audiophile in this masterful collection.

Track Listing:

  1. Iron Palm – No BS! Brass Band
  2. Crystal Pistol – Duchess of York
  3. Let’s Be Honest – Brainworms
  4. Presence Charm – Snacktruck
  5. My Name is Legion – Mouthbreather
  6. This Bike is a Gravity Bong – The Catalyst
  7. Lisasandra – Bio Ritmo
  8. Ghosties (Acoustic) – Hot Lava
  9. Birth Mother – Gull
  10. Flesh and Bone – Johnathan Vassar
  11. That Which Doesn’t Make Us Stronger – The Hotdamns
  12. Catalpa – Antlers
  13. Desert Song – Sweat Lodge
  14. Piggyback – Landmines

Celebrate the sheer talent and diversity that thrived in Richmond during this iconic year. Whether you’re a dedicated local or a wanderer in the world of music, this compilation CD is an essential addition to your collection. Rediscover the spirit and depth of 2008’s Richmond through its immortal tunes!”

RVA Staff

RVA Staff

Since 2005, the dedicated team at RVA Magazine, known as RVA Staff, has been delivering the cultural news that matters in Richmond, VA. This talented group of professionals is committed to keeping you informed about the events and happenings in the city.

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