Four-piece indie-rock band Easy Honey is only months into the Charleston music scene and has already started to shoot a live video with Taylor Hickman’s B-Side Sessions, the resident go-to for spontaneous live performance sessions anywhere from Marion Square to the porch at Royal American. Though Hickman has teamed up with Truphonic Studios in West Ashley for a more classic studio setting, there’s no telling what the band will get into.
Let’s find out more about Selby, Darby, Charlie, and Dan in this week’s Beat Juice.
Why the move to Charleston from Sewanee, Tenn.?
We heard about the waves, late-night King Street kebabs, and we met Dan here — call it destiny. In all seriousness, the music scene is awesome, and we are enjoying getting to jump in and meet so many interesting, talented folks.
What song is stuck in your head today?
“Excitable Boy” by Warren Zevon
Last album you bought?
Thriller by Michael J!
Recent musical discovery?
Greta Van Fleet
Fave local venue?
Surf Bar, Folly Beach
What’s your best, go-to T-shirt?
Black v-necks, preferably dry-fit, to wick away the sweat
Your hangover cure is …
3 p.m. Gene’s Haufbrau Sunday brunch
Last show you went to?
Dan just saw Paul Simon’s “last show” in NYC
What station’s always on your radio dial?
Ohm Radio 96.3
Your musical style can be compared to?
A house party with minty bourbon shots, unpredictable high-fiving, and a mattress on the floor
What band have you been meaning to listen to?
What’s next for you?
Shows, videos, song or album releases? We are shooting a live video with Taylor Hickman of B-Side Sessions, shooting a music video (more details to come), and continuing to play our new songs at upcoming shows. We are supporting Orange Constant at the Windjammer on 10/19.