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Margo Price has solidified her place in the country landscape

Nashville's Margo Price exploded onto the scene last year with her debut Midwest Farmer's Daughter, a country record that shared more in common with the 1960s styles of legends like Loretta Lynn and Willie Nelson than anything in the country market today. Just last month, Price released her sophomore effort All American Made to nationwide critical acclaim. From duet ballads with the aforementioned Nelson to tackling issues like the pay gap between men and women in America, Price has crafted one of the top country albums of the year, and one that only solidifies her place in the changing country landscape. - Chris Thiessen

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Langhorne Slim's folky homage to horror is perfect for Halloween

Langhorne Slim, one of Nashville's leading folk artists, is releasing a horror film-themed video for his song "Zombie" just in time to satisfy your macabre desires on Halloween night. This silly love song for the undead is accompanied by a video featuring references to Horror classics from Psycho to Silence of the Lambs to Michael Jackson's "Thriller". Be sure to share the video with your costumed compadres tonight, and catch Langhorne Slim live at Grimey's on November 10th! - Chris Thiessen





Multi-instrumentalist Julian Dente debuts chill alt rock outfit YØUTH

Nashville's Julian Dente has endured the difficulties of the ever-changing music industry to finally release his years-in-the-making project Blame under the moniker YØUTH. Ascribing to the post-pop-punk aesthetic of groups like Brand New, YØUTH reminds listeners of the mid-2000s after it grew up, matured, and mellowed out a little. Dente plays almost all instruments on the album, an ambitious (and successful) feat for a debut. - Chris Thiessen

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Legendary Shack Shakers shakin' The Basement (10.28)

The rambunctious Legendary Shack Shakers, fronted by JD Wilkes, released their latest album, After You've Gone, just a couple months ago. Their lo-fi brand of americana-tinged rock and roll is infectious as it draws on southern traditions from Cajun New Orleans to old Appalachia. This Saturday (October 28th), Wilkes and co. will be shaking The Basement beginning at 7:30 PM ($10/$12, 21+). Check out their newest music video below, and head out to the show! - Chris Thiessen
 





Legendary Shack Shakers shakin' The Basement (10.28)

The rambunctious Legendary Shack Shakers, fronted by JD Wilkes, released their latest album, After You've Gone, just a couple months ago. Their lo-fi brand of americana-tinged rock and roll is infectious as it draws on southern traditions from Cajun New Orleans to old Appalachia. This Saturday (October 28th), Wilkes and co. will be shaking The Basement beginning at 7:30 PM ($10/$12, 21+). Check out their newest music video below, and head out to the show!
 

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