A slow walk into the void.
Dream Wave (aka Kelton Young) has a history of compelling collaborations out in the world. This Carmen Canedo EP is more great evidence of his ability to juggle genres.
For a band that has a fairly dark sound overall, they certainly know how to have fun with a music video.
Jordan Lehning is responsible for a lot of great music coming out of Nashville. His personal involvement in acts like Eureka Gold and The Non-Commissioned Officers would be plenty to have left a mark on the city but he’s also responsible for producing a great deal of other acts. His credits include Caitlin Rose, Jasmin […]
Bleary 2-24-2018 by Cities Under Cities on WXNA Cities Under Cities is a show on WXNA hosted by Kelsey Delaney that hosts a different band each week and has them perform in studio. The result is both a compelling chunk of radio but, also, a large repository of recordings of said sets. Many of those […]
taken from Psuedoscience: Chapter 3.
Another collection of wonderful variety from our fine city. A brand new song from Pale Houses, a debut from bleary, what I’m calling “Chaotic Vaporwave” and some minimal ambient music out of Murfreesboro. All that and a correction on how to pronounce Joe Pisapia… we all learn something.
“I Never (Shed a Tear)” has classic country all over it with more than a hint of R&B influence with the backing vocals.
We love a good cover anytime but this Sun Seeker cover of “I’ll Be Here in the Morning” from Townes Van Zandt is especially timely today, March 7th, 2018, as it is Mr. VZ’s day of birth. Sure, he died back in 1997 but there’s never a bad time to hear his work as interpreted […]
Lost And Found EP by All Them Witches All Them Witches have a long history with releasing short lived digital releases containing bootlegs and b-sides. Their latest, Lost and Found, might end up being a temporary offering so we do suggest partaking at your earliest convenience. The four song EP covers some interesting ground. They’re […]
In Episode Two, Vidalotry explores Gore Vidal’s love/hate relationship with America. Host Ryan Breegle looks at Gore’s two political campaigns, his controversial views on party politics, and the play he wrote about the scandalous secrets candidates dig up to use against each other.
Dan Burns shares an official video for “Feel” – compiling video from vintage computer games, mathematic visualizations and absurd animations.