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BINACT Brings Attention To Local Music Scene At Music Farm for 3rd Anniversary Celebration

Join BINACT (But I’m Not A Critic Though) on Saturday, May 5th at 7 p.m. as the blog celebrates its third year with “BINACT Brings The Beats: Anniversary” at Music Farm Columbia.

This latest installment of “BBTB” will feature five popular SC based acts: Nepotism, Mark Carson, and J Danzo who are from the capital city, along with deejays Platonic Bae from the University of South Carolina and DJ SCrib from the Holy City. Special guests Moon Cricket, Priest Clay, and Litty will warm up the crowd for the headlining acts.

“This won’t be a one-dimensional show,” explains BINACT founder and editor Candice Johnson. “The artists and deejays will provide a mix of vibes and flavors including R&B melodies, house stylings, and so much more. There’s guaranteed to be a sound for everyone.”

BINACT is a Columbia-based blog that provides positive perspectives on an evolving music society. From supplying mainstream music reviews to conducting interviews with local talent, BINACT serves both music consumers and the artists.

With three years on the scene, the blog has maintained its original commitment to showing love to artists from South Carolina and surrounding areas. This year, BINACT is focusing that love on great local acts and gatekeepers of music: the deejays.

The doors open at 7 p.m., with the show starting at 8. Tickets are available online in advance for $20 or at the door for $23. VIP tickets are available in advance only for $25, which includes admission, access to a premium viewing section, and an exclusive BINACT merchandise item.

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