1. Cashless Society, Wild Wolf Brewing Company, Feb. 21, 8pm
Put a Stray Cats Rock and Roll edge on classic Sun Records tunes from artist like Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, Elvis, and Jerry Lee along with other rockabilly greats like Eddie Cochran, and Gene Vincent, and you have Cashless Society. From 13 year old lead guitarist James Tamelcoff Brian Setzer inspired riffs Cashless Society is sure to entertain.
2. Dane Alderson Trio, Rapture, Feb. 24, 10:30pm
See Australian bass phenomenon, Dane Alderson, at Rapture for a fun night of high-end rock/jazz fusion. Featuring the amazing guitar work and great vocals of Mark Miller and the tight drumming of Mike Taylor (aka the Groove Reaper), this trio will blow you away with original compositions and incredible renditions of some of your favorites, including Led Zeppelin, Steely Dan, Jaco Pastorius, Rush, and much much more.
3. Blooddrunk Trolls, Main Street Annex, Feb. 28, 9pm
Four brutal bands from Virginia will be melting your faces off for one of the heaviest shows Charlottesville has seen in a long time. Prepare to be droned, thrashed, grinded and destroyed!!
4. Future Islands & Wye Oak, The Southern Cafe and Music Hall, Mar. 3, 7:30pm
Future Islands are a synthpop band based in Baltimore, Maryland, signed to 4AD. The band is composed of Gerrit Welmers (keyboards and programming), William Cashion (bass, acoustic and electric guitars), and Samuel T. Herring (words and vocals).
5. Lost Indian, Wild Wolf Brewing Company, Mar. 8, 8pm
Lost Indian is southern gothic, old-time indie, bluesy country. A mixture of Indie Old-time and Southern Gothic, many have tried to apply a one word classification and failed. Old-time tunes fade into gypsy folk with the click of a pedal and the fluid ease of an eagle soaring through the sky. Fresh off a tour and with a brand new album to deliver, Lost Indian will stay with you long after your first listen.
6. Mighty Joshua, Rapture, Mar. 12, 10:30pm
Mighty Joshua moves listeners by opening minds and activating bodies through song. He encourages positive change with lyrics that raise consciousness in his community and beyond. With the debut of his first solo album, Joshua expresses himself through a spirited self-titled life inspired compilation.
7. Nora Jane Struthers & The Party Line, The Southern Cafe and Music Hall, Mar. 15, 8pm
Nora Jane Struthers calls her music “Classic Americana.” The instrumentation and form of Struthers’ music draws on her traditionalist roots – her father Alan is himself a bluegrass musician – but with the addition of drums, this record takes a bend toward more progressive roots-rock bands like Mumford & Sons and The Avett Brothers.
At Scoutology, we scout your city so you don’t have to. You’re going to love the Scoutology Network.