Local Spartanburg indie rockers, The Apartment Club, have released their new self-titled EP. It’s not something you’re going to want to miss.
When people talk about “the local music scene” they are generally referring to the sum of the parts – the full spectrum of bands that call a certain area home. Each band in a particular city or community has their own sound, style, following, and, specifically, their own personal set of goals in mind. The depth and quality of these bands is generally how a local music scene is judged. Leave it to the Upstate to kick that way of thinking straight to the curb.
Albino Skunk Music Festival is a semi-annual festival featuring three days of the best folk, bluegrass, Americana, and jam bands you will find in one place.
Here at In The Know Upstate we are all about making your life easier; so what better way than to put together a Fall Festival Guide to simplify the search. ITK has created an interactive and printable list of many amazing festivals happening across the Upstate this Fall.
In The Know Upstate sat down with Crystal Stewart of Guerrilla Shakespeare to discuss a new and interesting take on theatre. In The Spotlight.
Nothing embodies the spirit of The Village of West Greenville like Shoeless Jam. Only in its second year, this is arguably the most important, eclectic, and just plain fun annual event in The Village and, potentially, downtown Greenville as a whole.
The Ex-cons released their self-produced debut album New Life last July and are already working on tracks for its follow up. This is indie rock at its finest with an innovative sound that keeps you on your toes.
Nestled in the Village of West Greenville is a jewelry maker creating relics from her childhood, and sharing them with the Greenville community and national art scene.
Our current obsessions are hand selected by the ITK team and are always based on our personal experiences. We hope you love them as much as we do!