Videos from Nashville artists

Louis Prince – “The Number Thirteen”

With hindsight, March of 2020 was probably one of the worst times to release a record in recent memory; especially as a Nashville musician. Not only was the whole planet grappling with the notion of a new novel coronavirus but, locally speaking, folks were reeling from the March tornado. As such, you might have missed […]

The Mute Group – “Father Figure / Airbag”

Note: The Mute Group released their debut album Sinister Hand on yk Records, curated and operated by the author of this post. There’s bias afoot. Back in October 2020, The Mute Group participated in the Festival of Ghouls, a massive multi-day streaming event with a multitude of bands sharing videos and live performances. The band […]

Ron Obasi – “Penny’s Innerlude” (Official Video)

Ron Obasi has had a busy year releasing numerous singles, collaborations, the Notes on a Scale II EP, the excellent Sun Tapes LP and a series of other songs released during his Droptober series. Truth be told, I’m sure I’m overlooking at least a half dozen other releases but the point is clear, he’s had […]

Brian Elliot – “Better Than Dead” [Premiere]

Brian Elliot is a rather new artist to the Nashville music scene and, as such, we are happy to premiere the video for his second ever single “Better Than Dead.” If you have not heard the first single, “Blue Jean Girl“, do yourself a favor and earmark that for listening later; it’s a dose of […]

Katy Kirby – “Traffic” (Official Video)

Way back in April of 2018, we played the track “Tap Twice” from Katy Kirby; an absolutely infectious ditty that has remained in regular rotation. Over the course of the last few years we’ve been keeping an ear out for new works from Kirby and it seems that 2021 will be the year that we […]

Flesh Eater – “extinguisher” [Premiere]

Back in October of 2019, Flesh Eater released an exclusive pair of singles for Cassette Store Day, later unveiling them to streaming services. Now, almost a year later from that (and a lifetime of events between), we are happy to premiere the official video for “extinguisher.” It may have started on cassette but now it’s […]

Makeup and Vanity Set – “Algorithm” (Official Video)

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 – “You’re a Big Girl Now” (Official Video)

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 – “Opening Night” (Official Video)

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 […]

Jordan XX – “Highs and Lows” (Official Video)

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 […]

Helly – “Let’s B Friendz”

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 […]

Heaven Honey – “Tomorrow I’ll Try” (Official Video)

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, […]