South Carolina's own punk rock girl with the voice of a honky-tonk angel embarks on new musical partnership with Brooklyn's "rough-and-tumble upstart with an extraordinary sense of rhythm and a razor-sharp tongue" (PopMatters.com). In just their first few months of musical partnership, HOWLE+MOSLEY's authentic blend of sonic prowess has allowed them to share stages with Patterson Hood (Drive-by Truckers), Junior Brown and Jerry Joseph.
A bona fide member of indie rock royalty - and considered by many to be South Carolina's best kept musical secret - Danielle Howle is a punk rock girl with the voice of a honky-tonk angel. As comfortable sharing the stage with Bob Dylan as Fugazi, she has garnered worldwide acclaim while somehow remaining under the radar of mainstream America. Now is the time for South Carolina to share it's secret with the rest of America. Her newest onstage incarnation finds her backed by the cutting edge Charleston band, Firework Show.
Rarely could an artist be said to transcend, yet include, the most raw and real elements of soul, roots rock, folk, funk, Hill Country blues and rap. Nevertheless—with bone-deep authenticity—that’s exactly what one-man wrecking crew Bret Mosley does, wrestling deftly with longing, belonging, and world-weariness...a voice and vibe like none you've ever heard before...yet it all feels dearly familiar. His debut album "Light & Blood" was released in Dec '07 on Woodstock MusicWorks, and hailed as "a heart-felt masterpiece" by NeuFutur Magazine. Touring tirelessly, he has shared the stage with Trombone Shorty, Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk, George Porter Jr., Good Enough For Good Times, Jackie Greene, the Subdudes, The Blind Boys of Alabama, Jerry Joseph, Stockholm Syndrome, Bloodkin.