Another quality dispatch (if I may say so myself) from the bottomless well of goodness that is the Nashville rock / electronic / indie scene. There’s probably a better name for that but it’s all I’ve got at the moment. Enjoy.
We Own This Town: Volume 62 (Enhanced) [ 35:57 ] Download We Own This Town: Volume 62 [ 35:57 ] Download
yewknee · Friday, Mar. 22nd, 2013 at 9:21am
Now in our sixty first volume, is it safe to say that Nashville can be known for well more than just Music Row Country Crap? As you can hear, we’re chock full of quality indie, rock, garage, post-rock, absurdity and Quality Country. Just listen, you’ll get it.
We Own This Town: Volume 61 (Enhanced) [ 42:51 ] Download We Own This Town: Volume 61 [ 42:51 ] Download
yewknee · Tuesday, Feb. 19th, 2013 at 6:00am
Let’s get two things out of the way. First, I realize it’s late into January 2013 and, thus, a compilation regarding music from 2012 seems a bit behind schedule. This is undebatable. Secondly, it’s dishonest, disingenuous and distasteful to call this a ‘Best Of’ as I have in years past. There’s just far too much music coming out of our fair region to be able to put an entire year’s worth of it into a single, listenable, stream. With that in mind, we’re calling this a ’2012 Retrospective’ – there’s some serious oversights and questionable choices but it represents a portion of the last year. That’s all we’re going for here.
Excuses and preambles aside, I think it’s a fine hour and a half listen. My apologies to all the bands that were left out (JEFF, Reid Magette, Richie, Turbo Fruits, Wild Cub, Umbrella Tree, Ultras S/C, get better, Anchor Thieves, Calicocat, Century Club, Chancellor Warhol, Cherub, Conestyle, Mom&Dad, Shaky Voices, Tower Defense, etc. etc.) but I think you’ll find those that were included to be a fair representation of the diversity of Nashville.
2013 and beyond is only going to get crazier in terms of amount of content. This is a great problem to have.
- Treekeeper – “Treekeeper Tropicale”
- By Lightning – “Take a Rest on Me”
- Mystery Twins – “Lose Control”
- D Watusi – “Brother & Sister”
- All Them Witches – “The Urn”
- Forget Cassettes – “Lady Lazarus”
- Makeup and Vanity Set – “System Override”
- Echo Group – “Supra”
- Truth Clipsy x JOTA ESE – “i’d rather be blind, crippled, and louted”
- Uncle Skeleton – “Sophisticuffs”
- Sharpneck – “Albatross”
- Jessie Baylin – “Love Is Wasted On Lovers”
- Meadownoise – “Little William”
- Coupler – “The Valley of Elders”
- Nahnee Bori – “The Fiery Serf”
- Penicillin Baby – “Jean Jam”
- Majestico – “Love is God”
- PUJOL – “DIY2K”
- Evan P Donohue – “Wish I was 19″
- POLY – “Shears”
- Phantom Farmer – “Resist Not Evil By Force”
- Tropical Punk – “Take Me To The Party, Baby”
- Denney and The Jets – “Fun Girls”
- Scale Model – “Ground”
- Ponychase – “It’s a Curse”
- Little Bandit – “Heaven or Hell”
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yewknee · Wednesday, Jan. 30th, 2013 at 10:36am
What’s that? Another edition of the podcast in less than a week? Well, I couldn’t rightly leave up a Christmas themed edition past Christmas, could I? Plus, there were a few more gems released in December that needed to be put into the WOTT pipeline, proper. New music never stops I suppose!
Enjoy the final 2012 edition of the podcast.
We Own This Town: Volume 59 (Enhanced) [ 29:08 ] Download We Own This Town: Volume 59 [ 29:08 ] Download
yewknee · Wednesday, Dec. 26th, 2012 at 6:01am
After immersing myself in that Partytown Hospital record I decided to browse around Bandcamp and find some other eclectic Nashville Christmas music. In doing so, I unearthed the best Christmas present I could possibly bestow to the Nashville music scene – David Argyle Thacker’s The Mouth Trumpet Christmas Album. It is exactly what you’d think it is and it delivers big time.
From there, I decided I might as well just throw together a Christmas themed edition of the podcast because, why not? So, with that in mind, dive into this Merry Christmas compilation! I’ve actually got more Christmas related items to share so come back later if this doesn’t satisfy you.
We Own This Town: Volume 58 (Enhanced) [ 33:08 ] Download We Own This Town: Volume 58 [ 33:08 ] Download
yewknee · Friday, Dec. 21st, 2012 at 9:15am
A solid thirty minutes of some of the latest and greatest from our fine city. This edition of the podcast certainly seems to lean more on the electronic based side of things but there’s plenty of rock and a dash of country in there for ya too.
We Own This Town: Volume 57 (Enhanced) [ 28:58 ] Download We Own This Town: Volume 57 [ 28:58 ] Download
yewknee · Wednesday, Nov. 21st, 2012 at 9:52am
Hip-hop, Garage Rock, Bedroom Electronics, Pop/Rock, Rawk, Psychedelic Drone Jams, Post-Rock, Rambling Indie Rock, Country Passion, Rock and Space Rock. That’s my best pigeonholing summation of the contents of the following podcast. As usual you can download, stream or subscribe. Hope you enjoy!
yewknee · Friday, Oct. 12th, 2012 at 9:22am
We continue to hurdle forward into a myriad of greatness spilling out of all corners of Nashville. I often laud how diverse the musical offerings of our town are and this edition of the podcast certainly pushes that idea even further. Hip-Hop, Pure Pop, Retro Soul, Psych Jams and Heavy Rock all blending together into an excellent 34 minutes of your time. Spread the word.
yewknee · Thursday, Aug. 30th, 2012 at 6:00am
Is there something in the air? Is Nashville honestly charging forward into the next level of being? Regardless of the press calling this place the Next Best Thing, it seems that we’re definitely in a Boom Period. I am still pleasantly shocked at how much great music is available for these podcasts and it only seems to be growing by leaps and bounds. There’s a little something for everyone on this edition of the podcast – and by Everyone I mean people that enjoy rock, pop, dance-y tunes, hip-hop, funk, acoustic introspective and lush arrangements. That covers just about everyone.
yewknee · Thursday, Jul. 19th, 2012 at 9:20am
The best problem a podcast can have is that there’s so much new stuff to feature that a monthly release doesn’t seem to cover enough ground, fast enough. It seems that, lately, we’ve definitely been having this problem. There’s a ton of stuff coming out all the time and it’s worth hitting your ears. This installment of the podcast serves as a nice time capsule of a selection of those jams. Enjoy.
yewknee · Wednesday, May. 16th, 2012 at 8:00am