We show up for coffee and end up in conversation with several of our favorite East Nashville music-makers. Just another morning in town, we guess.
The advantages of sharing blood run beyond the ability to harmonize in mystical arrangements, bordering on a celestial sweetness comprised of Lily’s soft alto and Madeleine’s sweet soprano.
There is a quality both sacred and eery about the palindrome; when I noticed it to be the exact time of the new Bad Cop EP, I intuitively trusted the punk-rock duo to transport me to an associated “other-world.”
If there’s one thing The Pizza Underground excel at, it’s having fun on stage and bypassing any negative crowd reaction by smothering it with positivity and winking acknowledgment of a central joke
Today marks the three-year anniversary of Hotel War’s move to the South, and what better way to commemorate the occasion than with a sophomore EP, Nashville Nights, a five-song declaration of existence.
Sex and murder are a pretty intriguing combination and one found in Them Vibes’ “Lorelei” music video that has made its debut today. If y’all don’t know know why I have so much heart for these wild spirits, watch up.
Jack White was so incredibly convincing in his Tin Man costume that no one in the audience at last week’s Devil’s Night festivities even realized that it was the Third Man Wizard himself when he took the stage.
It was after the song “Mess,” with its marching drum line and Madi’s anthemic, pitch-perfect soprano, that I fell deeply in love with this catchy album, full of post-breakup resilience and sunny liberation.
Months ago when this tour was announced, I swore aloud to anyone who would listen that I would not miss this show at Marathon Music Works. Here I am, day of show, sick as dog but ready to put my personal pain aside to be a part of something that is truly monumental–back from the dead and better than ever.
“I have plans for next year that I think will surprise some people. I want to take the opportunity I’ve been given and really do something special with it.” But before the anticipation builds for the coming year, go hear James Vincent McMorrow and all of his different sounds tonight at Mercy Lounge.