2017 Savannah Stopover Preview: Saturday

It’s March, and the Savannah Stopover Music Festival is upon us once again. Savannah Stopover is Savannah’s largest annual music festival and the premiere place to catch your some of your favorite bands alongside some promising new up-and-comers. New to Savannah and wanting to see what all the hubbub is about? Having trouble deciding who to see and need some guidance? Just looking for some new music to listen to? SCAD Radio is here to help with our all-encompassing guide on the festival. We’ll be breaking down the festival, day-by-day, to help you digest all the delicious content that is Savannah Stopover.

 

Looking for the best way to close out the festival? Here’s SCAD Radio’s guide to Saturday of 2017 Savannah Stopover.


Top 5 Picks for Saturday

 

Lewis Del Mar

An electrified take on the acoustic indie genre, Lewis Del Mar combines a heavy hitting rhythm section, melodic vocals that will get stuck in your head, and upbeat instrumentals to forge a fun sound. I’d be impressed if you didn’t dance during this show.

For Fans Of: Cold War Kids, Milky Chance, Mona

Song to Check Out: Painting (Masterpiece)

 

Dirty Dishes

This female fronted band is not one to miss if you’re a fan of dirty, grungy alternative rock music. Jenny Turite’s beautiful and sweet vocals contrast with the distorted and aggressive instrumentals to create a unique sound that will leave you wanting more.

For Fans Of: PUP, Bully, Screaming Females

Song to Check Out: Red Roulette

 

Tim Darcy

Love the band Ought? Have you fallen in love with their lead singer’s voice? If you said yes, be sure to check out his solo work at Savannah Stopover. If you said no, you’ll change your mind as soon as you hear it.  

For Fans Of: The National, Interpol, Julian Plenti

Song to Check Out: Tall Glass of Water

 

Crocodiles

No, there’s not going to be a bunch of hungry reptiles on stage. Instead, you’re getting some funk-influenced alternative rock that is super psychedelic. It’s fun, it’s catchy, and you definitely don’t want to miss it.

For Fans Of: Tame Impala, My Bloody Valentine, Ringo Deathstarr

Song to Check Out: Welcome to Hell

 

Caveman

Catchy melodic vocal delivery. Infectious synth leads. A prominent and powerful rhythm section. Caveman has it all, and they’re bringing it with them to Savannah Stopover. Be sure to catch them as the sun starts to set.

For Fans Of: Ra Ra Riot, Rouge Wave, The Helio Sequence

Song to Check Out: Shut You Down


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