News /// Steelism release show, a Sofar gig, Kim Logan listeng party, Cale Tyson in Edgehill Village and more

Hello everyone – I am back from New York (where Turbo Fruits and Wild Cub seemed to dominate many a conversation), trying to catch up on life, sleep and quality Nashville time. Though NYC is where I grew up, I nearly kiss the ground when I walk off that plane onto the tacky BNA carpet. After a few nights on the couch recovering (and a little Hospitality) and a beautiful wedding on a farm with music from Derek Hoke and Anderson East, I’m ready to re-emerge properly. Here’s why:

– Perhaps no where else but (East) Nashville would a band be born of British pedal steel-blood and Ohio telecaster-rips, but that’s what Steelism is – Spencer Cullum Jr. and Jeremy Fetzer, respectively. You might recognize these faces from supporting Caitlin Rose and Andrew Combs, and now they’ve conceived a string-nasty, instrumental 7” single and 5-track digital EP which they will celebrate with a performance tomorrow at the Basement, along with Ms. Rose, Mr. Combs and Evan P. Donohue. Listen for yourself.

– There’s also another installment of the Sofar series tomorrow. RSVP here to try and claim your spot.

Kim Logan, the songstress with swampy pipes, a moody twang and Amy Winehouse eyes, is hosting a listening part for her new record on Friday at Mad Donnas Loft.  In keeping with the music’s Delta-spooky vibe and the impending All Hallows’ Eve, “Costumes or macabre attire” are encouraged. CD presales will be available for $5, doors at 9 pm, record spins at 10 pm, cheep whiskey pours all night. Check out Kim’s video for her single “Black Magic Boy” after the jump.

– Then on Saturday, catch Cale Tylson at the Village Artisan Fair in Edgehill Village, along with other musican, artsy and crafty pursuits.

Dent May, D. Watusi and William Tyler are all playing the The Stone Fox tonight.

Cage The Elephant‘s Matt Schultz is playing the Basement tonight solo.

Watch Kim Logan’s “Black Magic Boy” here :::

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Marissa is the editor of Lockeland Springsteen.

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