Makeup and Vanity Set is likely one of the most prolific artists in the Nashville area. He provides the score for countless podcasts such as Monster, Radio Rental and Up and Vanished, drops multiple full-length albums that embrace a range of styles and even manages to post up exclusives for his Bandcamp subscribers. It’s a […]
Emma Swift recently released Blonde on the Tracks, an eight song LP of various Bob Dylan covers spanning his varied career. In early August she released the official video for “You’re a Big Girl Now,” which pays some serious homage to famed graphic designer Milton Glaser. It’s a fitting stylistic choice given that Glaser designed […]
The Blam Blams will release Opening Night on August 28th, 2020. It’s a concept album that, according to this No Country for New Nashville post, will tell the story of Sydney Fable who is “a bisexual actor/ artist in 1970’s London that is stepping out onto the stage both literally and figuratively as he begins […]
There’s an absolute music video renaissance happening in Nashville and it’s largely entirely hip-hop videos. We’ll talk more about that later but, for now, make yourself keenly aware of the new Jordan XX video for “Highs and Lows,” directed by Seck. Taken from Surfing: Highs and Lows, this title track is emblematic of Jordan XX’s […]
Helen Gilley is involved in a number of projects, most notably in the band Butthole and as a director for the likes of Lilly Hiatt, Jasmin Kaset and Quichenight (to name just a few). Recently “Let’s B Friendz” was released, the debut offering from Gilley under the pseudonym Helly. Like much of Gilley’s work, it’s […]
Back in May, Heaven Honey released the single “Tomorrow I’ll Try“, ostensibly as the flip side to her prior single “Total Abandon.” Both released via Cold Lunch Recordings and To-Go Records, they are distinctly separate releases but feel like two sides of the same coin. Where “Total Abandon” is hard-hitting, “Tomorrow I’ll Try” is subdued, […]
Do you know the Internationally Famous Twin Kegs bar? It’s a great dive on Thompson Lane that, occasionally, has some very bizarre karaoke. It also, apparently, has a very odd YouTube channel featuring a series of soap opera style commercials cast with various bar staff and a few familiar faces from around town – Dean […]
..in which we stumble upon a 2013 youtube series featuring Lindsay Jamieson hosting bands with a 48-hour song rework challenge.
As with most of their songs, there’s a flippant Have A Good Time vibe to the whole thing but it’s not without it’s actual substance as the lyrics are a confessional piece about the difficulties of traversing high school sexuality.
Hot on the heels of the official audio being released recently, Halfnoise (aka Zac Farro) has released the official video for the title track off the forthcoming EP. It’s a dizzying compilation of effects and patterns that fits very nicely with the warbly guitar running throughout.
Gotta give it to *repeat repeat for not only writing a catchyand sweet love song but for making a music video that toys with the audience juuust right.
The new video for “Zombie” – off of Langhorne Slim’s forthcoming Lost at Last Vol.1 – is a pleasant homage to a whole host of horror movies and videos.