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Hellaphant bring high-energy punk to the International 10/29

With most tracks clocking in at the under 2 minute mark, Knoxville-based Hellaphant is proof that good things come in small pachyderms packages. The band plays high-energy, garagey punk, perfect for your parents-out-of-town party, or the next time you're vandalizing something. Check them out live at the International 10/29 with *repeat repeat and Mountains Like Wax, and in the meantime stream them below.-Olivia Sisinni

 





Ambient-Indie Rockers, Mountains Like Wax, to play the International 10/29

Mountains Like Wax deliver the Southern-tinged ambient-indie rock you didn't realize how much you wanted. The TN-based fourpiece's EP, Tetraology, hits in all the right places: serving up some quiet introspection to the tune of post-rock vibes. Check out their EP streaming below, and be sure to catch the band 10/29 at the International with *repeat repeat and Hellaphant.-Olivia Sisinni

 





*repeat repeat Album Release Show at Mercy Lounge 4.12.14

*repeat repeat’s debut album, “Bad Latitude” was officially released on March 11th, but it took a minute for the band to get in the position to ring it in proper. With an aptly named spring tour behind and Bonnaroo looming on the horizon, the band is dedicating April 12th as their hometown album release show. Keeping with the Manchester theme, fellow Music City offerings to the ‘Roo altar ELEL and Blank Range join the lineup (as well as Churchyard), and the opportunity to win two weekend passes to Bonnaroo is available to those that order presale tickets (available here.)

As for the record, let the thrashy pop-cocktail of “Chemical Reaction” do the talking. –Terra James-Jura

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The Deli Nashville and Apple Road Present... Take Over the Press: Local Shows

Last night at our show featuring Milktooth, The Gills, and Vinyl Thief, Apple Road and The Deli Nashville teamed up to give you the chance to tell us your thoughts about the Nashville music scene and take over the blog for a day! With the ballots tallied, we give you... The Deli Nashville and Apple Road Present... Take Over the Press!

In our third category, we gave you the mic to hype your most-anticipated upcoming local show. East Nashville Underground seems to be on everyone's mind this week (can you blame them?), but there are some exciting shows coming up, and you guys told us what to keep an eye on:

Milktooth (next up: May 25th @ The Basement)
East Side Hootenanny (every Thursday in May @ East Park)
East Nashville Underground (May 10th & 11th @ the East Room)
The JAG (May 18th @ East Side Hootenanny)
Black Sea Royalty (tba)
The Saint Johns (June 1st @ the Basement)
The next Deli showcase (aw... thanks, guys!)
Johnny Velvet and the Scares (May 9th @ the End)
Dick Dale & *repeat repeat (April 30th @ Mercy Lounge)
Road To Bonnaroo stage (June 13-16 @ Bonnaroo)





The Deli Nashville and Apple Road Present... Take Over the Press: Favorite Artists

 

Last night at our show featuring Milktooth, The Gills, and Vinyl Thief, Apple Road and The Deli Nashville teamed up to give you the chance to tell us your thoughts about the Nashville music scene and take over the blog for a day! With the ballots tallied, we give you... The Deli Nashville and Apple Road Present... Take Over the Press!

In our category for "Favorite Local Artist," we had an overwhelming number of fans vote for Vinyl Thief, The Gills, and Milktooth, which is both expected and deserved. (Shout out to The JAG, who also had an solid turnout!) But the full list is impressive and spot-on, so check out which favorites are hitting radars throughout the local music scene:

The Gills
Milktooth
Vinyl Thief
The Future
Colorfeels
Thunderbitch
The JAG
Nudity
Billy Swayze
Vanessa Barbee
Kaby
Daniel Ellsworth & the Great Lakes
The Features
Peter Terry & the City Profits
Justin Kalk Orchestra
Natural Blonde
Johnny Velvet & the Scares
Cherub
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Kink Ador
The Young International

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