CisternYard Media has spent the last two semesters finely tuning the organization into one collective student voice for The College of Charleston. To celebrate and present the new and improved CisternYard Media to the Charleston community we’re throwing down with one of the biggest shows that Charleston will see this year! In cooperation with The Music Farm we present to you, Spring Cleaning! This musical powerhouse of an event will feature performances from Elvis Depressedly, Niecy Blues, and Charleston’s own Riot Stares. We will also have the newest issue of CisternYards student magazine The Yard available along with other products of CisternYard.
Tickets are $10 for General Admission and $5 for currently enrolled CofC students (student tickets must be bought at The Music Farm box office). 50% of ticket proceeds from Spring Cleaning will benefit The Lowcountry Food Bank. Donations for The Lowcountry Food Bank will also be accepted.
Doors @ 7 p.m.
Music @ 8 p.m.
ELVIS DEPRESSEDLY - Indie rock, dreamlike and distorted lo-fi, heroes from Asheville, NC. The project of Matthew Lee Cothran and multi-instrumentalist Delaney Mills, Elvis Depressedly has steadily been releasing albums since 2011. Their most recent release was 2016’s California Dreamin’. The group makes music that both goes against and subtly comments on the traditions of the American south.
NIECY BLUES - A leading voice in the rising music scene in Columbia, SC. Over the last few years Niecy Blues has become a major force in Alternative R&B music in the southeast.
RIOT STARES - Charleston’s very own raucous hardcore punk outfit. They put on one of the wildest live shows in the south and still have fans reeling from their 2017 Let The Phase Speak EP.