Lately, I’ve been injecting a daily dose of deprecation through The Districts, a group of four musicians whose tightness and talent hovers at unprecedented heights for kids just around the age of eighteen.
Features /// Natural Child Releases Dancin’ With Wolves
Born out of a weed-brownie epiphany, Natural Child symbolizes my favorite sort of musician; men who decided to make the “greatest rock 'n’ roll band in the world.
Nashville Five /// Stone Jack Jones
Stone Jack Jones' new LP, Ancestors, is firm in its composition, rich in its atmosphere and thick with carefully-executed folk experimentation.
The Lockeland Sessions //// Robert Ellis [VIDEO]
A beautiful, classic track from his forthcoming album, The Lights from the Chemical Plant, live in our Lockeland living room.
Happenings /// Lockeland Springsteen Presents the Felice Brothers, and the Mystique of Thursday Nights
Tonight, I’ll be doing the only thing that should be done on Thursdays: dancing to music with friends at Exit/In, for Lockeland Springsteen presents The Felice Brothers.
One of our favorite dearly-missed Nashville happenings gets a new shot at life.
A night with the starry, ethereal music from two Los Angeles-based wanderers.
Twiggs posses a 70s NYC vibe – echoes of Nico, shadows of Lou – layered on top of constructed grunge & geek-rock like The Feelies that stands out and defies rules.
Blended from influences of pop, jazz, a fifties swoon the sounds of Daniel Ellsworth & The Great Lakes are born through the mind, but turned universal.
Local singer-songwriter Christiana Benton heads to Exit/In to spend time with mewithoutYou – and indulge her youth.
Those Darlins play a free hometown show (with free libations, too) tomorrow at Exit/In. Blur the Line, blur your vision, blast your eardrums.
We chat with James Felice about hip hop, Dylan and songs to die to before our Lockeland Springsteen Presents show on March 6th at Exit/In.
We kick off our new Photo Diary section with a visual roadmap of New Orleans’ Kristin Diable’s time in Nashville.