Scott Elingburg
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Scott D. Elingburg is software analyst and freelance writer. His work has appeared in the South Carolina Review, the Southeast Review, Wide Awake Press Anthologies, MetroBeat (formerly Creative Loafing), Charleston Style and Design, and several other publications. Currently he is the reviews editor and regular contributor at the pop culture website, Stereo Subversion. He's not much of a fisherman, but he does live in Charleston, SC with his wife, daughter, and three cats. Follow him on twitter @staticonthehifi.

Features // 5 Articles
Reviews // 48 Articles
Blogs // 3 Articles

Still Built to Spill: An Interview with Doug Martsch | 22 Apr 2015 // 8:10 PM

Doug Martsch and Built to Spill march on. Despite a core lineup shift, they never plan to slow down.

"Why Don't You Try Writing Your Own Songs?": 'The Bends' and Its Cover Songs | 16 Apr 2015 // 8:10 PM

Three unique takes on tracks from The Bends, spanning the stripped-down acoustic to the full-fledged orchestral, represent how these songs still have the power to stun two decades later.


The Grateful Dead's Deep History Is Captured in 'So Many Roads' | 14 Jul 2015 // 8:05 PM

If the road doesn’t go on forever, if the Dead's reign really ends here, David Browne’s volume on The Grateful Dead may well prove to be the go-to encyclopedia for fans.

Indigo Girls: One Lost Day | 8 Jun 2015 // 9:20 PM

The Indigo Girls are still at the top of their game on One Lost Day.


An Indie Christmas Music List | 11 Dec 2014 // 4:21 AM

A list of some Christmas-themed music by indie artists for your lonesome holiday nights.

List This! 10 Deep Tracks from the Interpol Discography | 10 Sep 2014 // 3:50 AM

A scattering of some of the Interpol tracks you may have missed or skipped over in favor of those oh-so-relevant singles.

//Mixed media

Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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