There are only 26 letters in the English language and only 12 notes in the Western scale, and every time I hear of another new Nashville artist, I’m curious to see if they can arrange these figures in a way that shares a story that hasn’t already been told. Jake McMullen can.
We venture out on a rainy Nashville night in search of sunny-gloom beach goth and find redemption courtesy of the Growlers’ Exit/In gig.
Local psyche rock outfit CHALAXY satisfy your craving for glitter and trippy lights with the premiere their new video for “Shere Khan,” featuring the Nashville Roller Derby girls.
The Maryland-raised, country-bred siblings take us to their favorite local music shops – check out why they love places like Corner Music and Fanny’s, and watch their new video for “Stay a Little Longer.”
For several years, Kelsey Waldon has been a darling of the new wave of trad-country music arising in Nashville. With a charming pixie appearance draped in denim, Waldon brings a new character of authenticity to […]
With Lauren Farrah performing Fleetwood Mac classics, Allen Thompson taking on The Eagles, Dani Flowers singing Steve Earle songs, and Joseph Robert Krauss recreating the airy sounds of Jackson Browne, the night is a glorious ode to the greats.
This past Tuesday, the LA-based synthpop group Superhumanoids played their first-ever Nashville show at The High Watt. Touring off their newest release, Do You Feel OK?, the band brought their high-tempo dance tunes to a small but appreciative crowd. We sent our photographer to capture the evening.
Experience the subtle and unforgettable songs of Erin Rae through these exclusive performances of “Minolta” and “Rose Color” for our UnLocked Sessions series, filmed at the Basement East.
This past Sunday, indie pop luminaries Beach House completed their ascension up the ladder of Nashville venues by playing their first-ever (but hopefully not last) Ryman gig. Our writer/overly dedicated fan was there to recap the performance.
For our next installment of the UnLocked Sessions, enjoy three special live-audience tracks from the ever-captivating, supremely talented pipes of Ruby Amanfu.