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Fresh Breath of Air in Savannah's Suffocating Music Scene

Posted: Nov. 6th, 2012  |  By Michael Pearse
Taylor Kigar

Music fans and artists are hoping this Autumn will bring a breath of fresh air for Savannah's suffocating music scene with Saturday's Graveface Fest launched the new season. Featuring famous bands like Creepoid and Black Moth Super Rainbow, the Halloween affair did much to rekindle the scene's inner fire.

Autumn winds are finally rushing into Savannah, and with it brings hope for our wilting music scene.

Ryan Graveface (owner of Graveface Records) and Angel Bond (front woman of CUSSES) worked long hours to put together Savannah’s first annual Halloween bash this Saturday: Graveface Fest. The event was held in the courtyard and warehouse of Southern Pine Company on 35th Street, and featured CUSSES, Creepoid, Dosh, David Liebhart (quirky puppeteer from the Tim and Eric Show), Dreamend, The Marshmallow Ghosts, and headliners Black Moth Super Rainbow.

Between acts, Graveface-goers could browse local vinyl and merch, pose in a dining room set photo booth, watch skateboarders pulling stunts on a homemade half pipe, and check out live painters. Food tents served barbecue and other seasonal treats like cider and pumpkin soda from vendors like Foxy Loxy.


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