Although it may seem nearly impossible, Oddnote is less than a year old. The Nashville newcomers recently released their debut self-titled album mid January. Considering this is Oddnote's first ever release and their young age, it's an extremely successful debut. Oddnote draws obvious influence from the likes of grunge outcasts, Nirvana. At times their sound … Continue reading Oddnote Releases Their Debut Self-titled Album
A week ago, on September 20, a friend and I confusedly stumbled into what may have been a dry cleaners, brightly lit with white neon lighting overhead and a solitary dark-haired girl sitting at a white table in the back next to a freezer door. She asked us for our I.D.’s. Once she made sure … Continue reading Album Premiere: Champagne Superchillin’ “Destino!”
When it comes to Future Thieves, one thing is certain: That Elliot Collett – Future Thieves’ frontman – is soft spoken, gracious, and nothing short of a Southern gentleman. Another thing is certain: With their most recent release, new single “Sucker,” Future Thieves are anything but another quaint Nashville-based country band. Future Thieves call Nashville home … Continue reading INTERVIEW: Future Thieves Connect The Dots Between Expansion & Minimization
Daddy Issues' band name alone says exactly what it needs to. Jenna Mitchell, Jenna Moynihan, and Emily Maxwell are the masterminds behind the satirical title, playing off ridiculous stereotypes about women. The musings of twenty-something year old girls are written simply in the group's grunge driven songs. Daddy Issues' newest single, 'In Your Head,' is … Continue reading Nashville Garage Rock Trio Releases New Single, ‘In Your Head,’ As A Big Fuck You To All Exes
About a year ago, Broncho toured through Nashville. They played a small venue in the northern part of the city, basically nowhere near anything else and out of reach from the hordes of “Nash-Vegas” tourists downtown and just a bit too removed for the craft-beer-sipping hipsters in East Nash. That night, Broncho lit up the … Continue reading BRONCHO : Double Vanity
Leon Bridges is a Texas native that plays soul and blues that is reminiscent of the Otis Redding/Bill Withers era.