With snow gathering on the streets, it’s a good thing that Jenny Lewis brought her breezy and carefree road show to Marathon Music Works this weekend.
As the second installment of a annual pay-what-you-want “Party to Provide,” KiND MiND is a chance to for local artists, businesses, and thinkers to give back to the creative spirit and to each other.
While the Mercy Lounge crowd might not have been willing to provide that perfect rhythm for much of the night, Angel Olsen proved herself more than willing to offer up that perfect song.
Our resident photographer took his camera to Cannery Row on Tuesday to catch the dynamic Detroit band – also playing tomorrow at at the Basement.
We talk with the incomparable Jessica Maros about music, style and her thrilling new solo project, KUZIN – and why sometimes it’s good to be really uncomfortable.
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.