Dashboard Confessional to Play Solo Midnight Acoustic Show | TONIGHT @ The Basement


In the midst of an amazing, week-long, sold out, five show residency at The Basement East, something of a homecoming  for now-local rockers Dashboard Confessional, the group have just announced a solo, acoustic performance tonight, Feb. 26 at midnight (as in Sunday evening into Monday) at The Basement (the original one on 8th). The BEast shows were already a fantastic way to see the beloved emo/alt rock outfit up close and personal, but in the even smaller Basement, you’ll have a chance to watch frontman Chris Carrabba is what is surely one of the smallest spaces he’s performed under the Dashboard moniker in years.

Tickets are available now right here, and once the word gets out, they won’t last long- here’s why you seriously don’t want to miss it.

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Marathon Village & Lightning 100 Announce 2017 Spring Block Party ft. The Delta Saints, Waker, Luthi & More!


For the last few years, our friends at Lightning 100 and Marathon Music Works have been teaming up every April to throw an epic Marathon Village Block Party to kick off the spring concert season! Boasting an “indie Nash spring market” of local venders, food trucks, a VIP lounge, and, of course, a stellar lineup, this year’s April 29 installment of the annual event will feature a stacked local bill of The Delta SaintsWakerLuthiOkey DokeyLister Brothers, and Mr. Steve. Tickets are on sale now, available in both General Admission and VIP right here, and you can score GA for just $10.01 for a limited time using code “L100”. Preview the lineup below!

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Catch Skyway Man’s Vinyl Release | TONIGHT @ Little Harpeth Brewing


It’s been nearly four months since we got our first taste of James Wallace’s new Skyway Man project.  We started off with the first course of the future folk single “Terre, 9999,” which really set the table for the upcoming LP Seen Comin’ From A Mighty Eye.  In the months since, we’ve watched Skyway Man a badass debut video, saw a Pink House Session performance, and they even stopped in at our latest Christmas Caroling Party.

There have been a few warm up shows to push the new record of late, with appearances at Grimeys, Third Man, and Mercy Lounge, but the official vinyl release party takes place this tonight, Feb. 24 at Little Harpeth Brewing.  Skyway Man will be joined by Jasmine Kaset Band (whom you may know from Birdcloud), Paperhead, and Kneel Jung.  Special guests include William Tyler, Kyshona Armstrong, and more, and there will be visual projections by Mike Kluge.  Tickets are available for $8, or you can splash out $30 for VIP here, which includes the double vinyl and two “premium draft beers.”

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TWiN | This Weekend in Nashville | Feb 24-26


This weekend is supposed to start off with an 80 degree day on Friday, and the music around town will be equally hot for February.  We have some local release shows and SXSW warm up sets, but we also have an insane mixture of happenings around town, from emo legends to hardcore shows, EDM to indie, dance parties, ska shows, and more.  Head below to see the shows that we think should top your calendar this weekend in this week’s edition of TWiN.

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Nashville’s 2017 SXSW Takeover

SXSW 2017

The South By Southwest Conference & Festival kicks off again in Austin in a few weeks, March 13-19 for the music portion, and many of our friends in bands and the industry will be making the pilgrimage down interstates 40, 35, and 30 to attend.  As we’ve done in years past, we’ve kept tabs on those that are official showcased artists at this year’s event, and you can dig into them below.

This year also marks the first SXSW showcase dubbed “The Nashville House,” which features local artists in genres ranging from pop, alternative, rock, and electronic in our city’s continued effort to show that Music City is more than just country.  The lineup is layered with blog faves including Cappa, R.LUM.R, The New Respects, ELEL, Andreas Moss, Future Thieves, EZA, Louis York, My Red + Blue, *repeat repeat, LUKR, James Droll, Ron Gallo, Masha, Kingsbury, Phangs, The Foxies, Jeff Carl, Idle Bloom, Devon Gilfillian, J. Human, and more.  The event runs from noon until midnight on March 14 at Tellers (607 Trinity Street), and admission is free to the public (badges or wristbands required after 8 p.m.).  You can RSVP, and get more information here.

Not heading to Austin?  You can catch a number of these acts at The Nashville House: SXSW Send Off Show at The High Watt on March 9.  This show features My Red + Blue, Masha, LUKR, Koyoke, EZA, and Phangs.  Doors are at 7 p.m., the show starts at 8 p.m., and proceeds from your $5 ticket go directly to the bands.

Take a gander at the latest local artists to receive official confirmation below.

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