Charleston indie rock band Deaf Dogs got its name from a neighborhood sign. We find out that, how smelly the band members' feet have been and much more on this week's episode of The Fringe. 

The four-piece group is barking up the right tree in the Lowcountry music scene with songs like "For Gold," which Charleston Scene premiered back in January. 

We also get graced with a live recording of song "Crack in the Slab" in the studio. 

In addition to guest hosting, an interview and a live song from Deaf Dogs, we play six new songs from South Carolina artists. Making the list are Poppy Native, Alan Fame and Terraphonics, Emperor Timeline, City on Down, Gaslight Street and Real Work. 

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