The Staves brought their whirlwind 2-year tour to Nashville on June 24th, in front of a sold out High Watt crowd.
Sean talks to Emily from The Staves about life on the road and how it influenced their newest EP, ‘Sleeping in a Car.’
We talk with two thirds of Harpooner about their debut LP, Rose Park, and get some insight into the 1970s pop three-piece. Head on over to The Basement tonight to hear them bring the kaleidoscopic album to life.
Eberle shares “Same Old Town” with L/S, a narrative tale of his perpetual connection to his hometown of Pittsburg.
Luke Bell shares his 5 favorite spots in Nashville for Asian cuisine in anticipation for the release of his full-length LP, ‘Luke Bell.’
After a dusty weekend on the Farm, Kevin wonders if Bonnaroo – and festivals and general – have reached the pop tipping point.
Check out our exclusive snaps from the festival, including portraits of Bully’s Alicia Bognanno, Lucius and Luke Bell.
Sean ticks down the final day of Bonnaroo, making the rounds from John Moreland to Father John Misty.
Where Day 2 of Bonnaroo saw some of the festival’s most electric sets (LCD Soundsystem, Tame Impala) and drop-ins (Chance), Bonnaroo Day 3 featured the classic festival sentiments of “magic” at the farm, brought about by some literal electricity.
The best of day two on the Farm, including plenty of appearances from our favorite locals, like Aubrie Sellers and Andrew Combs.