LCO 9 Year Celebration
LCO celebrates 9 years of throwing the best alternative and underground electronic music parties at The Wormhole by bringing you a night of eclectic electronica from a host of our regular DJs from over the years. Oceanman Hallux Danny Digital Matka Beatnik 18+ with ID $10 Donation encouraged wormholebar.com
Low Country Oscillations has provided at home at The Wormhole bar for lovers of underground and alternative electronic music for 9 years now. From monthly meetups of local and regional DJs spinning everything from House, Breakbeats, Drum n Bass, Experimental Bass and more to hosting headliners such as Deekline, AK1200 and DJ Dara it’s fair to say LCO has been instrumental in keeping the scene alive and bridging the gap from the Old Skool heads who grew up skateboarding and spinning vinyl in the 90s to the up and coming bedroom producer generation.
Founded by Oisin Daly Obamabo/Colonial FX/Oceanman. Shortly after moving to Savannah from Ireland he found a fractured EDM scene and wanted to help resurrect it, making it something more akin to the bustling electronic scene in his home country.
In the years since the scene has regrown with collectives like NSFW and Basshole regularly selling out Wormhole and throwing events all over town. Also the addition of new clubs and venues such as Elan has put Savannah more on the map for touring EDM artists.
Throughout all this LCO has stuck to its core principles, to be a home for lovers of alternative underground electronica and a platform for local and regional DJ’s to connect and create an atmosphere that welcomes both hardcore EDM fans and newcomers alike.
Low Country Oscillations show Flyer Retrospect
Xuluprophet HQ Photo Gallery
Featuring Logan Wells, Randall Hollis, and Sarah Cuda behind the lens. You can see the whole gallery on this latest post. We will run more galleries to celebrate the photographers who have used their art working with us.
Over the years Xuluprophet has been fortunate to have had the opportunity to be photographed by amazing people who conjure art out of light and time. We thought a cool way to honor their work and show our appreciation would be to showcase them on our site. All three of these photographers have done wonderful work, and if you'd like to explore more, just click on the links in the images. The top two sets of images are from the same show, and the other bands shown are Unifya and Raynbird.
xuluprophet by sarah cuda photography
Savannah resident and business owner Sarah Cuda wears many hats, but we like when she gets behind the lens at our gigs. A great friend, Sarah has worked with the Xuluprophet on projects for almost a decade. Here is here most recent excursion into our music. show in September 2022 at Coachs Corner featuring Raynbird , Xuluprophet, and Unifya.
xuluprophet by logan wells photography
Xuluprophet by randall hollis
Randall Hollis captured this set of images from Live at The Blue Door in Brunswick around 2018 when the band was gigging for Swamp Hippie.
He also has Slab Happy Wood Goods- Wooden crafts * Cutting/Charcuterie boards * Furniture * Slab furniture * Custom orders
Selling music on bandcamp for black friday christmas, some our fans are celebrating the steam sale. Gotta make that trip to home depot on black friday? Well here is a brand new download for you to listen to. Xuluprophet on Black Friday 22 is a great gift for audiophiles. Gobble up the juicy gucci for thanksgiving.
Harts out to the walmart victims.
Not the guardians of the galaxy, but the galaxyrockers. bài cúng mùng Original live music from Xuluprophet.
What an incredible night of music with HR!
Xuluprophet is humble and thankful to share one of the most memorable moments of our Xuluprophet’s journey at our home base of The Wormhole Bar. Not only were we floored by the chance to open up for one of the legends of music, but for Xulu a personal circle completed. Xulu, Oisin and Rhett brought on Luke Hayes and Shark Anthony to round out the band for this awesome evening.
HR (Bad Brains) and Xuluprophet rock The Wormhole
The highlight of the night for Xuluprophet was when HR came around the back of the stage and grabbed a mic while XP played their closing song, ‘Welcome to Savannah’. The Moment took a surreal turn when Xulu and Oisin realized what was happening. Rhett who had a better view had signaled to Jeff Neugerbauer who quickly got the mic on. Then, for a few moments, the legendary HR and Xuluprophet rocked together at the Wormhole where Xulu and Oisin first met and came together to play.