Let And The Giraffe paint you a picture this Friday (July 18) at Foobar.
Nashville Five /// Jacob Thomas Jr.
The East Nashville musician shares his favorite musical buddies with us, from Rayland Baxter to the Brothers Osborne.
Happenings /// PUJOL, Curtis Harding, and the Black Lips
Thank you, PUJOL, Curtis Harding, and the Black Lips, for allowing us to leave both exhausted & hyped from a night of bold music and even more bold performances.
Happenings /// Jonah Tolchin
For those rare moments when we slow everything down, I advise taking a listen to Jonah Tolchin’s Clover Lane.
Cory Taylor Cox shares his favorite East Nashville rock and rollers.
Exit/In wasn’t a packed house for Fucked UP, but somehow it conjured an oddly intimate punk show at a friend’s house with a well-stocked tiki bar.
This night will resurrect lost and the rare soul music and celebrate the songs “that have been buried in the sands of time.”
The beloved East Nashville festival announces its musical lineup, including some Lockeland Springsteen favorites.
If the first half of the show served to thrust me into that uncertain land that Ellis so brilliantly evokes, then the Felice Brothers invigorated the roots of a home.
Boy & Bear gave Nashville an intoxicating experience of music and humanity.
Euphoria, nostalgia, mourning – these are the types of real love and pain that can be felt in Alva Leigh’s debut album Modern Love Songs.
From Jack White to “Where the press at?” we present our our Best of Bonnaroo roundup.
Coming from distinct backgrounds and sounds, the three men of Spanish Gold have created a recycled revolution of an album.