Following the release of their previous six-track EP, “Feel Better Soon,” Driveaway is releasing a new single available for streaming and download Friday. The band has strayed from their usual pop genre, instead opting for a more rock ‘n’ roll sound.
The Avenue | Music
Independent Venue Week highlighted Gainesville’s music scene — a once booming, then barren, and now recovering collection of community staples.
A sample platter featuring some of the many amazing artists in Gainesville.
Armed with only his acoustic guitar, the Virginia-native singer commenced a small-scale tour of independent venues July 7.
Straight up and down like six o’clock: Local Gainesville studio seeks to be the go-to spot for local artistsBy Averi Kremposky | July 5
With two locations in Gainesville, “Like 6 O’clock Studios” is the product of one musician's disoriented walk through the music industry and his dedication to ensuring a solidified path for others.
Gainesville’s meager population, compared to other large cities, can discourage big-name artists from performing in town. The predicament forces UF concert lovers to flee the city if they want to catch hotshot musicians.
Powfu's 12-show tour in includes a stop at the High Dive in Gainesville June 16.
Gaineville-based folk singer-songwriter Maggie Clifford released “Come the Rain,” her first single under Spirit House records on June 14.
Muck City Showcases is a local artist showcase circuit aiming to uplift smaller local musicians started by Danny B. Hodges Jr. in January. The shows are held at small businesses and feature dozens of artists from across the state.
Three years and a pandemic since he first skyrocketed to the international stage with his hit single "Callaita," “Un Verano Sin Ti” picks up exactly where Bad Bunny left off.
In a town previously viewed as a hub for white, indie-rock music, now people of color, queer and female artists are breaking into the Gainesville scene with more experimental sounds inspired by hip hop, ska, funk and Latin music.