AUDIO INTERVIEW: The Explorers Club

Pop group The Explorers Club are coming to Asheville North Carolina’s GREY EAGLE on Friday, September 30 [rescheduled date / new location] Saturday, October 7 at New Belgium Brewing. Ahead […]

30 Days Out, September 2022 #2: Cheeksters, The Explorers Club, GA-20, Stereolab

I’ve interviewed three of the four acts spotlighted in this roundup of live music. But I’d recommend them all regardless. Artist: The Cheeksters Venue: The Grey Eagle Date: Saturday, Sep. […]

Album Review: The Explorers Club — s/t

In my previous review I, um, explored To Sing and Be Born Again, the new all-covers album from Jason Brewer’s The Explorers Club. The group isn’t exactly what one would […]

Album Review: The Explorers Club — To Sing and Be Born Again

For more than a decade now, The Explorers Club have been bringing their brand of ear candy pop to listeners. Essentially a vehicle for songwriter, musician, arranger and producer Jason […]

Explorers Club Refine Their Strategy for Third Album

This is the second of my two recent features on Explorers Club. Hey kids: collect ’em all! — bk Jason Brewer, leader and songwriter of Explorers Club, explains the challenges […]

On Third Album, Explorers Club Gets it ‘Together’

Recently I interviewed Explorers Club’s Jason Brewer for a pair of features, one in Atlanta’s Creatve Loafing and the other in Athens GA’s Flagpole. While both interviews focused on the […]

The Explorers Club: A Five-Star Hotel (part two)

Continued from Part One… Bill Kopp: I was blown away by The Explorers Club‘s precision onstage in Asheville recently. What made it more amazing was when I learned that the […]

The Explorers Club: A Five-Star Hotel (part one)

Beach Boys fans the world over – or at least the ones lucky enough to know about it – hailed Freedom Wind, the 2008 debut release from Charleston SC sextet […]

Album Review: Blaine Campbell and the California Sound

Blaine Campbell is that rare artist who simultaneously makes music that wears its influences upon its metaphorical sleeve and does so while creating that music in a way that allows […]

Musoscribe’s Best of 2020

Happy Last Day of 2020. What a strange, unprecedented, generally awful year. But it certainly had its high points, and music is among them. In a year when it soon […]