Rocky Horror

Charleston DJ and producer Rocky Horror released an independent, 10-song electronic album on May 1 titled May Day. The veteran turntablist and studio wiz engineered and mixed all of the tracks in his home studio. Guest performers include local rapper Righchus and local vocalists Rachel Kate Gillon and Joel T. Hamilton.

Rocky Horror took the trophy for Electronic Artist of the Year at the City Paper Music Awards in October. His tunes and remixes are available through Soundcloud. May Day is available at iTunes and Amazon as well. Fans can find copies of May Day at the Tin Roof on Fri. May 18, when Rocky Horror hosts a CD release party with live performances by Gillon, Mechanical River, and special guest DJ Joycette (Rocky Horror’s colleague in the musical project Holy Blood).

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