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Bobby H. of The Sea Wolf Mutiny taken with #PX680 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject
Things become different when you go from a part of the crowd to the guy who captures the show on film. When you’re just there for the music you take it all in, and leave with a memory of a great set. But when you have a camera you tend to miss some things. You’re trying to capture the earnestness someone plays with and take it with you for others to see later, and you don’t really live in the moments your trying to imprint on a roll of film. You’ve got to be sure not to get so involved in lining up a shot that you miss what you came there for.
On the plus side though, you often get to meet the bands you’re photographing. In this particular case, I should have met Bobby a long time ago. I’d seen The Sea Wolf Mutiny for the first time last year, and felt that familiar energy while watching them perform. This band enamors crowds with a haunting, passionate sound that ebbs and swells in your bones. I was just another member of the crowd fixed in position to be moved by the music the first time, but after taking some Polaroids of this show I got the band to sign a few of them and had a conversation with Bobby in which we discovered we lived on the same side of town, went to the same school, and graduated at the same time years ago and never knew each other. I constantly discover just how small this town is and how many musicians I should already know, and this is by far the best example of it. But without a camera, I might have missed this revelation. So while I miss things while pointing a lens at others, in the end you often end up finding something completely different and worthwhile.
http://theseawolfmutiny.bandcamp.com/

Bobby H. of The Sea Wolf Mutiny taken with #PX680 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject


Things become different when you go from a part of the crowd to the guy who captures the show on film. When you’re just there for the music you take it all in, and leave with a memory of a great set. But when you have a camera you tend to miss some things. You’re trying to capture the earnestness someone plays with and take it with you for others to see later, and you don’t really live in the moments your trying to imprint on a roll of film. You’ve got to be sure not to get so involved in lining up a shot that you miss what you came there for.

On the plus side though, you often get to meet the bands you’re photographing. In this particular case, I should have met Bobby a long time ago. I’d seen The Sea Wolf Mutiny for the first time last year, and felt that familiar energy while watching them perform. This band enamors crowds with a haunting, passionate sound that ebbs and swells in your bones. I was just another member of the crowd fixed in position to be moved by the music the first time, but after taking some Polaroids of this show I got the band to sign a few of them and had a conversation with Bobby in which we discovered we lived on the same side of town, went to the same school, and graduated at the same time years ago and never knew each other. I constantly discover just how small this town is and how many musicians I should already know, and this is by far the best example of it. But without a camera, I might have missed this revelation. So while I miss things while pointing a lens at others, in the end you often end up finding something completely different and worthwhile.

http://theseawolfmutiny.bandcamp.com/

Bobby H. of The Sea Wolf Mutiny taken with #PX600 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject
WUSC Presents Folkcycle Fest Pt. 2: Burrito Boogaloo
http://theseawolfmutiny.bandcamp.com/

Bobby H. of The Sea Wolf Mutiny taken with #PX600 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject

WUSC Presents Folkcycle Fest Pt. 2: Burrito Boogaloo

http://theseawolfmutiny.bandcamp.com/

Jay E. of Ascension Island Radio taken with #PX680 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject
WUSC Presents Folkcycle Fest Pt. 2: Burrito Boogaloo
http://a-i-r.bandcamp.com/album/close-to-everything

Jay E. of Ascension Island Radio taken with #PX680 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject

WUSC Presents Folkcycle Fest Pt. 2: Burrito Boogaloo

Latenights taken with #PX600 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject
WUSC Presents Folkcycle Fest Pt. 2: Burrito Boogaloo
http://latenights.bandcamp.com/

Latenights taken with #PX600 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject

WUSC Presents Folkcycle Fest Pt. 2: Burrito Boogaloo

http://latenights.bandcamp.com/

WUSC Presents Folkcycle Fest Pt. 2: Burrito Boogaloo
WUSC Station Manager Dj Will The Thrill and WUSC Music Director Rhett The Threat taken with #PX680 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject
These two threw an exceptional event, and are greatly appreciated here in SC. This was the very last Polaroid I had, and without question it was reserved for these two.
Yesterday was Will’s last official show on WUSC 90.5, which I found out after the fact. I’m usually late to too many amazing things. When I first met him, I had no idea that I’d been listening to his show, The Gentleman’s Club, for months on Wednesday nights before I went to work. To keep you ahead of things, I’d like to inform you that Will is DJing TONIGHT at the Indie Grits Festival Kickoff Preview Party which starts at 7:00 p.m. Plenty of time to get downtown and check him out; here’s all the info on that: http://www.facebook.com/events/370545592969621/

WUSC Presents Folkcycle Fest Pt. 2: Burrito Boogaloo

WUSC Station Manager Dj Will The Thrill and WUSC Music Director Rhett The Threat taken with #PX680 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject

These two threw an exceptional event, and are greatly appreciated here in SC. This was the very last Polaroid I had, and without question it was reserved for these two.

Yesterday was Will’s last official show on WUSC 90.5, which I found out after the fact. I’m usually late to too many amazing things. When I first met him, I had no idea that I’d been listening to his show, The Gentleman’s Club, for months on Wednesday nights before I went to work. To keep you ahead of things, I’d like to inform you that Will is DJing TONIGHT at the Indie Grits Festival Kickoff Preview Party which starts at 7:00 p.m. Plenty of time to get downtown and check him out; here’s all the info on that: http://www.facebook.com/events/370545592969621/

Can’t Kids
Jess and Amy taken with #PX70 #Impossibleproject
This week I became very confused, and shortly after, enlightened. Besides being members of the band Can’t Kids, Jess is also in the band Haus Werks and Amy is in Silent Spring Ensemble. From what I understand, every member of Can’t Kids has another project their working on. I will never be able to keep track of all of this, and that’s very exciting. 
Can’t Kids: http://thecantkids.bandcamp.com/
Haus Werk: http://www.facebook.com/listentohauswerk
Silent Spring Ensemble: http://soundcloud.com/silent-spring-ensemble

Can’t Kids

Jess and Amy taken with #PX70 #Impossibleproject

This week I became very confused, and shortly after, enlightened. Besides being members of the band Can’t Kids, Jess is also in the band Haus Werks and Amy is in Silent Spring Ensemble. From what I understand, every member of Can’t Kids has another project their working on. I will never be able to keep track of all of this, and that’s very exciting. 

Can’t Kids: http://thecantkids.bandcamp.com/

Haus Werk: http://www.facebook.com/listentohauswerk

Silent Spring Ensemble: http://soundcloud.com/silent-spring-ensemble

Latenights
Taken with #PX70 #Impossibleproject
Latenights were also featured on the SceneSC 2012 sampler (track 17) which you can listen to/purchase here: http://sampler.scenesc.com/album/scenesc-2012-sampler

Latenights

Taken with #PX70 #Impossibleproject

Latenights were also featured on the SceneSC 2012 sampler (track 17) which you can listen to/purchase herehttp://sampler.scenesc.com/album/scenesc-2012-sampler

Dead Surf
Kelsey- taken with #PX70 #Impossibleproject
http://deadsurf.bandcamp.com/

Dead Surf

Kelsey- taken with #PX70 #Impossibleproject

http://deadsurf.bandcamp.com/

Rhett- taken with #PX70 #Impossibleproject
Last post for the day. One more photo of the ever photogenic Rhett taken with a Polaroid SX-70

Rhett- taken with #PX70 #Impossibleproject

Last post for the day. One more photo of the ever photogenic Rhett taken with a Polaroid SX-70

WUSC Presents- Ramphastos
Monday morning in front of USC’s Russell House, WUSC Radio held a concert featuring Dead Surf, Can’t Kids, Latenights, and Ramphastos. It was a great show, and perfect weather to spend a few hours outdoors listening to some local bands. Makes me glad that I don’t work during the day. Over the next couple of days I’ll be posting some photos from the show.
To start, here is WUSC’s station manager Will Flourance AKA Ramphastos, playing some great music between sets and rocking a sweet straw hat. Will DJ’s a show on WUSC Radio on Wednesdays from 8-10 under the name Will the Thrill (he’s featuring the music of Louis Prima tonight) that you can stream live from http://wusc.sc.edu/ if you don’t live in Columbia. You can also hear more from Ramphastos here: http://ramphastos.bandcamp.com/
Whether you live in Columbia, SC or not, you can still support college radio by donating to WUSC during (or after) their fundraiser week to help them continue to provide unique programming and great music. To find out more about donating, head to WUSC’s website: http://wusc.sc.edu/

WUSC Presents- Ramphastos

Monday morning in front of USC’s Russell House, WUSC Radio held a concert featuring Dead Surf, Can’t Kids, Latenights, and Ramphastos. It was a great show, and perfect weather to spend a few hours outdoors listening to some local bands. Makes me glad that I don’t work during the day. Over the next couple of days I’ll be posting some photos from the show.

To start, here is WUSC’s station manager Will Flourance AKA Ramphastos, playing some great music between sets and rocking a sweet straw hat. Will DJ’s a show on WUSC Radio on Wednesdays from 8-10 under the name Will the Thrill (he’s featuring the music of Louis Prima tonight) that you can stream live from http://wusc.sc.edu/ if you don’t live in Columbia. You can also hear more from Ramphastos here: http://ramphastos.bandcamp.com/

Whether you live in Columbia, SC or not, you can still support college radio by donating to WUSC during (or after) their fundraiser week to help them continue to provide unique programming and great music. To find out more about donating, head to WUSC’s website: http://wusc.sc.edu/

Bobby H. of The Sea Wolf Mutiny taken with #PX680 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject
Things become different when you go from a part of the crowd to the guy who captures the show on film. When you’re just there for the music you take it all in, and leave with a memory of a great set. But when you have a camera you tend to miss some things. You’re trying to capture the earnestness someone plays with and take it with you for others to see later, and you don’t really live in the moments your trying to imprint on a roll of film. You’ve got to be sure not to get so involved in lining up a shot that you miss what you came there for.
On the plus side though, you often get to meet the bands you’re photographing. In this particular case, I should have met Bobby a long time ago. I’d seen The Sea Wolf Mutiny for the first time last year, and felt that familiar energy while watching them perform. This band enamors crowds with a haunting, passionate sound that ebbs and swells in your bones. I was just another member of the crowd fixed in position to be moved by the music the first time, but after taking some Polaroids of this show I got the band to sign a few of them and had a conversation with Bobby in which we discovered we lived on the same side of town, went to the same school, and graduated at the same time years ago and never knew each other. I constantly discover just how small this town is and how many musicians I should already know, and this is by far the best example of it. But without a camera, I might have missed this revelation. So while I miss things while pointing a lens at others, in the end you often end up finding something completely different and worthwhile.
http://theseawolfmutiny.bandcamp.com/

Bobby H. of The Sea Wolf Mutiny taken with #PX680 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject


Things become different when you go from a part of the crowd to the guy who captures the show on film. When you’re just there for the music you take it all in, and leave with a memory of a great set. But when you have a camera you tend to miss some things. You’re trying to capture the earnestness someone plays with and take it with you for others to see later, and you don’t really live in the moments your trying to imprint on a roll of film. You’ve got to be sure not to get so involved in lining up a shot that you miss what you came there for.

On the plus side though, you often get to meet the bands you’re photographing. In this particular case, I should have met Bobby a long time ago. I’d seen The Sea Wolf Mutiny for the first time last year, and felt that familiar energy while watching them perform. This band enamors crowds with a haunting, passionate sound that ebbs and swells in your bones. I was just another member of the crowd fixed in position to be moved by the music the first time, but after taking some Polaroids of this show I got the band to sign a few of them and had a conversation with Bobby in which we discovered we lived on the same side of town, went to the same school, and graduated at the same time years ago and never knew each other. I constantly discover just how small this town is and how many musicians I should already know, and this is by far the best example of it. But without a camera, I might have missed this revelation. So while I miss things while pointing a lens at others, in the end you often end up finding something completely different and worthwhile.

http://theseawolfmutiny.bandcamp.com/

Bobby H. of The Sea Wolf Mutiny taken with #PX600 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject
WUSC Presents Folkcycle Fest Pt. 2: Burrito Boogaloo
http://theseawolfmutiny.bandcamp.com/

Bobby H. of The Sea Wolf Mutiny taken with #PX600 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject

WUSC Presents Folkcycle Fest Pt. 2: Burrito Boogaloo

http://theseawolfmutiny.bandcamp.com/

Jay E. of Ascension Island Radio taken with #PX680 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject
WUSC Presents Folkcycle Fest Pt. 2: Burrito Boogaloo
http://a-i-r.bandcamp.com/album/close-to-everything

Jay E. of Ascension Island Radio taken with #PX680 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject

WUSC Presents Folkcycle Fest Pt. 2: Burrito Boogaloo

Latenights taken with #PX600 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject
WUSC Presents Folkcycle Fest Pt. 2: Burrito Boogaloo
http://latenights.bandcamp.com/

Latenights taken with #PX600 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject

WUSC Presents Folkcycle Fest Pt. 2: Burrito Boogaloo

http://latenights.bandcamp.com/

WUSC Presents Folkcycle Fest Pt. 2: Burrito Boogaloo
WUSC Station Manager Dj Will The Thrill and WUSC Music Director Rhett The Threat taken with #PX680 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject
These two threw an exceptional event, and are greatly appreciated here in SC. This was the very last Polaroid I had, and without question it was reserved for these two.
Yesterday was Will’s last official show on WUSC 90.5, which I found out after the fact. I’m usually late to too many amazing things. When I first met him, I had no idea that I’d been listening to his show, The Gentleman’s Club, for months on Wednesday nights before I went to work. To keep you ahead of things, I’d like to inform you that Will is DJing TONIGHT at the Indie Grits Festival Kickoff Preview Party which starts at 7:00 p.m. Plenty of time to get downtown and check him out; here’s all the info on that: http://www.facebook.com/events/370545592969621/

WUSC Presents Folkcycle Fest Pt. 2: Burrito Boogaloo

WUSC Station Manager Dj Will The Thrill and WUSC Music Director Rhett The Threat taken with #PX680 Old Generation Film #Impossibleproject

These two threw an exceptional event, and are greatly appreciated here in SC. This was the very last Polaroid I had, and without question it was reserved for these two.

Yesterday was Will’s last official show on WUSC 90.5, which I found out after the fact. I’m usually late to too many amazing things. When I first met him, I had no idea that I’d been listening to his show, The Gentleman’s Club, for months on Wednesday nights before I went to work. To keep you ahead of things, I’d like to inform you that Will is DJing TONIGHT at the Indie Grits Festival Kickoff Preview Party which starts at 7:00 p.m. Plenty of time to get downtown and check him out; here’s all the info on that: http://www.facebook.com/events/370545592969621/

Can’t Kids
Jess and Amy taken with #PX70 #Impossibleproject
This week I became very confused, and shortly after, enlightened. Besides being members of the band Can’t Kids, Jess is also in the band Haus Werks and Amy is in Silent Spring Ensemble. From what I understand, every member of Can’t Kids has another project their working on. I will never be able to keep track of all of this, and that’s very exciting. 
Can’t Kids: http://thecantkids.bandcamp.com/
Haus Werk: http://www.facebook.com/listentohauswerk
Silent Spring Ensemble: http://soundcloud.com/silent-spring-ensemble

Can’t Kids

Jess and Amy taken with #PX70 #Impossibleproject

This week I became very confused, and shortly after, enlightened. Besides being members of the band Can’t Kids, Jess is also in the band Haus Werks and Amy is in Silent Spring Ensemble. From what I understand, every member of Can’t Kids has another project their working on. I will never be able to keep track of all of this, and that’s very exciting. 

Can’t Kids: http://thecantkids.bandcamp.com/

Haus Werk: http://www.facebook.com/listentohauswerk

Silent Spring Ensemble: http://soundcloud.com/silent-spring-ensemble

Latenights
Taken with #PX70 #Impossibleproject
Latenights were also featured on the SceneSC 2012 sampler (track 17) which you can listen to/purchase here: http://sampler.scenesc.com/album/scenesc-2012-sampler

Latenights

Taken with #PX70 #Impossibleproject

Latenights were also featured on the SceneSC 2012 sampler (track 17) which you can listen to/purchase herehttp://sampler.scenesc.com/album/scenesc-2012-sampler

Dead Surf
Kelsey- taken with #PX70 #Impossibleproject
http://deadsurf.bandcamp.com/

Dead Surf

Kelsey- taken with #PX70 #Impossibleproject

http://deadsurf.bandcamp.com/

Rhett- taken with #PX70 #Impossibleproject
Last post for the day. One more photo of the ever photogenic Rhett taken with a Polaroid SX-70

Rhett- taken with #PX70 #Impossibleproject

Last post for the day. One more photo of the ever photogenic Rhett taken with a Polaroid SX-70

WUSC Presents- Ramphastos
Monday morning in front of USC’s Russell House, WUSC Radio held a concert featuring Dead Surf, Can’t Kids, Latenights, and Ramphastos. It was a great show, and perfect weather to spend a few hours outdoors listening to some local bands. Makes me glad that I don’t work during the day. Over the next couple of days I’ll be posting some photos from the show.
To start, here is WUSC’s station manager Will Flourance AKA Ramphastos, playing some great music between sets and rocking a sweet straw hat. Will DJ’s a show on WUSC Radio on Wednesdays from 8-10 under the name Will the Thrill (he’s featuring the music of Louis Prima tonight) that you can stream live from http://wusc.sc.edu/ if you don’t live in Columbia. You can also hear more from Ramphastos here: http://ramphastos.bandcamp.com/
Whether you live in Columbia, SC or not, you can still support college radio by donating to WUSC during (or after) their fundraiser week to help them continue to provide unique programming and great music. To find out more about donating, head to WUSC’s website: http://wusc.sc.edu/

WUSC Presents- Ramphastos

Monday morning in front of USC’s Russell House, WUSC Radio held a concert featuring Dead Surf, Can’t Kids, Latenights, and Ramphastos. It was a great show, and perfect weather to spend a few hours outdoors listening to some local bands. Makes me glad that I don’t work during the day. Over the next couple of days I’ll be posting some photos from the show.

To start, here is WUSC’s station manager Will Flourance AKA Ramphastos, playing some great music between sets and rocking a sweet straw hat. Will DJ’s a show on WUSC Radio on Wednesdays from 8-10 under the name Will the Thrill (he’s featuring the music of Louis Prima tonight) that you can stream live from http://wusc.sc.edu/ if you don’t live in Columbia. You can also hear more from Ramphastos here: http://ramphastos.bandcamp.com/

Whether you live in Columbia, SC or not, you can still support college radio by donating to WUSC during (or after) their fundraiser week to help them continue to provide unique programming and great music. To find out more about donating, head to WUSC’s website: http://wusc.sc.edu/

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