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Eye Level Art is hosting four musical acts this month at their 103 Gallery, and the lineup is looking mighty fine if I do say so myself.
Here's a rundown of who all will be performing during the month of March:
March 11: Local trio /Stella by Starlight will perform live in collaboration with local DJ phenomenon Electric Friends. Stella by Starlight professes a special sound, seemingly fusing the magic of electro-pop bands with a more radio-friendly vibe. Frontman Nate Fowler developed the band's psychedelic pop sound as a solo project while attending Duke University, where he was awarded with the MTVU Woodie Award for Best Music on Campus in 2007.Tickets are $5 in advance and $10 day of the show.
March 13: The Atlanta based quartet, Gringo Star, are known for their eye-catching live shows and their boundless energy as each of the four guys takes turns swapping vocal, guitar, bass, drums and keyboard duties. They write exceptional songs, instantly catchy tunes that get in and out with such concision they often bear repeating. Accompanying Gringo Star will be Charleston native Corey Webb, a recording folk artist who expresses his music in an old-time story telling manner with imaginative symphonic intensity to craft a new sound and style. Tickets are sold for $10.00.
March 23: Brooklyn minimalist electro-rock band Body Language has been burning holes in New York dance floors and now visits the South with their smooth digital sounds. Having shared the stage with such heavy weights as Passion Pit, Designer Drugs and School of Seven Bells, Body Language has a sound that’s instantly addictive. Local band, The He’s will open for Body Language. Tickets information will be announced soon.
March 25: Minneapolis’ based chamber-folk band Dark Dark Dark will be making a special appearance in Charleston playing exclusively at Eye Level Art. Headlining will be lead singer and accordionist Nona Nona Marie Invie and vocalist, banjo player Marshall LaCount. Their unique sound draws heavily on Americana and Eastern European influences, referencing a long tradition of wandering musicians and those who have lived deeply. With intricate song-craft and playful sensibilities, Dark Dark Dark uses their small array of age-old instruments to conjure a lush musical vision of the future. Tickets are sold for $10.00.