It’s been another busy week for your PopCulteer. Work progresses on both the video and audio versions of Radio Free Charleston, and we’re still plugging away at our other regular PopCult features. This week we’ve got a plea for music submissions and then we’re jumping right into the list of Stuff To Do this weekend.
Open Call For Music
For the past eight years it was confusing enough to have a video show called “Radio Free Charleston.” Now that we have joined Voices of Appalachia and have an audio version, it’s even more confusing.
And that’s the way we like it.
However, one major advantage of the audio version is that it is, audio. We don’t need to drag our cameras out, and we can even play studio recordings by our local and regional artists.
I have a huge archive of local music, but I can always use more. If you have recordings of yourself (or others) that you would like to hear played on Radio Free Charleston at Voices of Appalachia, you can contact me through the RFC Facebook page or drop me an email at email@example.com.
All the music I play on the show will also be entered into the Voices of Appalachia music library, and will show up in the rotation of songs played between scheduled programming. RFC is a format-free show. We will consider any music submitted for play, regardless of genre.
So send me some stuff. Chances are I’ll play it.
A new local wrestling fed debuts tonight in Marmet…
Sunday night sees a Spider-man themed edition of Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School at Uncork and Create. For the uninitiated, this event features live models which artists may sketch or photograph, while drinking from bottles what they have brought themselves. It starts at 7 PM and costs ten bucks to get in. You can buy advance tickets HERE.
Stuff To Do Gallery
Here’s a bunch of other stuff to do this weekend…
That’s about it for this week’s PopCulteer. As I always say, check back for all our regular features. PopCult is updated daily, and we don’t just blatantly copy what other blogs do. You can be sure that if you read it in PopCult, you’re reading it first!