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In memory of David Bowie

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Processing loss is different for everyone. The day David Bowie died, the world was filled with stirring tributes. Even I tried to sound off in a fumbling, ineloquent post on Facebook. It wasn’t…


Shakey Graves @ Cannery Ballroom, Nashville – Concert Review

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The lights were dim and the crowd was silent. Alejandro Rose-Garcia of Shakey Graves made his way to the microphone from the side stage, wielding a road-worn acoustic guitar and the crowd cheered…

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Shakey Graves in Nashville – Photo Gallery

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Below are some photos from the recent Shakey Graves concert at the Cannery Ballroom in Nashville, TN. Photos by Sami Wideberg OurVinyl | Photographer

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LIGHTS w/ Phases @ Nashville – Concert Review

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The night started off with LA natives, Phases. This 4-piece indie-pop band put on a great performance and created an exciting atmosphere. Front-woman and lead vocalist, Z-Berg, brought her big personality and somewhat…

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Lights @ Cannery Ballroom, Nashville – Photo Gallery

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Below are some photos from the recent Lights show at Cannery Ballroom in Nashville, TN. Lights are an electronic soul band that hails from Ontario, Canada. You can read the review of the…


Good Old War & Kodaline @ Nashville – Photo gallery

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Photos by Sami Wideberg


Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats’ Self Titled A...

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The soul and blues tinged eight-piece band, Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats, was born back in the 2013. Though perhaps it would be more accurate to say that in his newest incarnation…


The Frames’ Longitude – Album Review

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Glen Hansard, in an interview back in 2002, once said, “The sleeve artwork for each album was intended to reflect a journey”. The album cover of Longitude, the newest, or not so new…


Only You’s ‘Let Me Burn’ – Song of the Day

Song Of The Day

We’ve had the chance to talk about Only You in the past, impatiently waiting for something more to come from Rachel Fannan’s too-good-to-pass-by LA project. Finally, a few months ago, a couple of…


My Morning Jacket’s ‘The Waterfall’ – Album Review

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My Morning Jacket has been putting out records since 1998 with this year’s The Waterfall marking their seventh studio album. Despite their limited commercial success My Morning Jacket has built a diehard following…

Sylvan Esso Nashville Cannery Ballroom

Sylvan Esso Brings Their Balance of Bass & Melody to Na...

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Humans have an interesting relationship with music centered around deep & rhythmic bass. We interact with this music differently than other types. It can fulfill an almost animal like desire to loose oneself…

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The Staves’ ‘If I Was’ – Album Review

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The trio of sisters known as The Staves first made a splash stateside with their stunning harmonies and tender acoustic-folk tunes. Their first couple EP’s were stunning, both in lyrics and melody, but…