Starr Hill goes under(ground)

Starr Hill goes under(ground)

Starr Hill presents a diverse and interesting night of music this week. On Thursday, June 1, The Beetnix have put together their first Underground and Independent Hip Hop Festival. “Under-ground by nature, independent by choice,” the crew want to expose Charlottesville to some of the best up-and-coming hip-hop acts on the East Coast.

Tim Clark tests his metal

Tim Clark tests his metal

Tim Clark and Nerve No Pain drummer Branden Shores put together This Means You three years ago because “the metal scene was dead.” Clark says the band “got really lucky” when they found vocalist Kim Dylla who could scream as well as sing, and their new lineup has been solid lately. The band is putting the final touches on a new Kevin Murphy-produced CD that was recorded in the Pro Tools studio located behind Stacy\’s Music. Metalheads can catch the band this Saturday night at the Outback Lodge. Unit F will reunite as openers.