Friday , 23 June 2017

The band Mental Patients perform at Tone Vendor Record Fair

The band Mental Patients perform at Tone Vendor Record Fair

By Ariel Thomas | gargoyle@flagler.edu If you attended Tone Vendor's Record Fair at the St. Augustine Ampitheatre, you might have caught The Mental Patients, a hip-hop group that ...

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Miami festival seeks to be the Ultra of hip-hop

Miami festival seeks to be the Ultra of hip-hop

By Montana Samuels | gargoyle@flagler.edu A little over four years ago, Tariq Cherif and Matt Zingler booked Rick Ross for an after party – their first event as Dope Ent. Since th ...

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Open Mic at The Corazon Strives to Make It More Than a Theatre

Open Mic at The Corazon Strives to Make It More Than a Theatre

By Taylor Bush | gargoyle@flagler.edu The Corazon Theatre at 36 Granada Street in St.Augustine Florida had it's first open mic night on Nov. 17. The open mic had an attendance of ...

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Knife Party Joins Taylor Swift and One Direction at Top of Charts

Knife Party Joins Taylor Swift and One Direction at Top of Charts

Fun filled pop icons Taylor Swift and One Direction were joined on the charts by a sonic assault from the likes of Australia’s electronic duo, Knife Party. ...

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Savannah Stopover 2014: Milagres

Savannah Stopover 2014: Milagres

By Connor Hayes | gargoyle@flagler.edu At this year's Savannah Stopover Festival, The Gargoyle met up with innovative indie group, Milagres, and talked about the messages behind s ...

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Savannah Stopover 2014: New Madrid Interview

Savannah Stopover 2014: New Madrid Interview

By Connor Hayes | gargoyle@flagler.edu On March 9th, members of The Gargoyle headed up to Savannah, GA to cover the gigantic indie music festival, Savannah Stopover Festival 2014. ...

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Queen Beef: A promising garage punk band

Queen Beef: A promising garage punk band

A formidable smell of cigarettes and stale beer accompanied the crowded in a dimly lit venue called Nobby's. Despite it's dilapidated appearance, there was a particular comfort wi ...

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The Dewars do as they please to find success in St. Augustine

The Dewars do as they please to find success in St. Augustine

From stepping away from baseball in 8th grade, to being asked to leave St. Augustine's Sangrias in their 20s, twins Anthony and Zach Dewar have done whatever they please in their ...

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Locals provide refuge for GOTR attendees

Locals provide refuge for GOTR attendees

As the Gentlemen of the Road tour headed towards St. Augustine, many feared how the city would accommodate the projected 25,000 people. While the city steadily engineered ways to ...

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Matisyahu comes to Ponte Vedra, rocks local crowd

Matisyahu comes to Ponte Vedra, rocks local crowd

By Phillip C. Sunkel IV | psunkel@flagler.edu ...

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Talking ‘Simple Math’ with Manchester Orchestra’s Chris Freeman

Talking ‘Simple Math’ with Manchester Orchestra’s Chris Freeman

By Ryan L. Buffa | gargoyle@flagler.edu A crowd of hundreds stand together silently gazing at the stage with their hands raised, a few with their eyes closed and sing softly in un ...

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“Firework” sparks hope

“Firework” sparks hope

By Stevie Schenk | sschenk@flagler.edu Listen to the song here: Firework "Firework" by Katy Perry is wonderful for many reasons. Initially, the music and beat are catchy, fun and ...

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Wobbly Fest draws large crowds at White Lion

Wobbly Fest draws large crowds at White Lion

By Emily Hoover | ehoover@flagler.edu Photographs by Phillip C. Sunkel IV Fans of the St. Augustine sing-a-long band Wobbly Toms were not bothered by news of a CD release delay on ...

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