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Happenings /// Kelsey Waldon at The Basement, 1/15

What a lovely feeling it is when you adore the leader of your movement. Not in the grandiose “Supreme Leader” sense, but rather the whole “I have faith that this person is the best person to lead us onward and upward.” So, thinly veiled political allegory aside, when it comes to the stalwarts of country music, there few others more fit to lead the next “wave” than… 601 more words

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Nashville Five /// Blank Range

Blank Range has always been a personal favorite of yours truly. Since their first New Face Night years ago to their most recent Vista Bent… 1,013 more words

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Exclusive /// Nashville Country Cowboys (Okey Dokey/Kansas Bible Co.) Premiere "Blue Christmas"

Those Nashville Country Cowboys are back at it once again, as members of Kansas Bible Company and Okey Dokey for their fourth consecutive Yuletide track in as many years to help anyone and everyone slide into the creepy country folk-gaze (is that a thing?) Christmas spirit with 2016’s iteration, “Blue Christmas.’ 262 more words

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Happenings /// Homeshake at Cobra, 12/5

Shoegaze and dream pop appears poised to reach its most nebulous state as a genre in the coming years, as the “sound” that was once confined to tube amps and fuzz pedals manipulated to a pristine tone have now entered a new age of jazz riffs and funk lines (which is pretty kick ass, in all honesty). 561 more words

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Happenings /// Dylan LeBlanc at The Basement, 12/1

When Lockeland spoke with Dylan LeBlanc prior to his Thursday night set at The Basement, the Louisiana native made reference to the fact that he’d love to garner the whole-hearted support from Nashville, but in due time. 811 more words

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Happenings /// Kevin Devine & the God Damn Band at Basement East, 11/22

Music – more specifically, indie music – has long been a bastion of inspired (and at times, enlightened) social thought and progressivism. Such a notion might not be a readily surprising statement, considering there have been some musicians in the past that have – for lack of a better term – shown their proverbial asses in their willfulness to express their own thoughts on behalf their aforementioned (and more) progressive counterparts, but with the recent (and growing) social and political unrest that’s become more and more prevalent throughout modernity, music as a platform for progressive thought is arguably more important than ever. 714 more words

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Happenings /// DIIV at The High Watt, 11/12

In the ever expanding, fervent (and at times, rapacious) period of growth within our fair city, casualties abound in terms of the show-going casual’s process of elimination when it comes to choosing which indie-darling’s show to attend on any given night. 695 more words

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