For bands, The Savannah Stopover is a way to ease into the festival insanity that is SXSW, and for audiences it's a chance to catch a lot of bands who are on their way Austin, but in a much more laid back atmosphere. Having the fest in Savannah's downtown district, where you can drink on the street and take your beverage with you from venue to venue, is a nice bonus.
Toronto post-punks FRIGS will release their new album, Basic Behaviour, on February 23 via Arts & Crafts. Their dark, soulful brand of rock is powered by Bria Salmela, a firebrand frontperson possessing a commanding voice that can go from smoky cool to full-on wail.
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