Don’t Miss Cherub w/ Future Unlimited | TONIGHT @ The Ryman

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Local electronic duo Cherub are kicking off their massive “So… You DTF?” fall tour in Nashville TONIGHT, Sept. 5 at The Ryman Auditorium, with help from fellow local electro-rock/post-punk act Future Unlimited, and you need to be there! Tickets are still available for $25 (a bargain by Ryman standards), but you’d better act fast; the last time the duo played Music City they sold out Marathon Music Works. Read on for more info on the bands, and don’t miss your unique chance to see some of our favorite resident performers putting it down in the Mother Church for their biggest hometown headliner to date. 

CHERUB

Not too long ago, three years give or take, local electro rock duo Cherub were just up-and-comers, playing small venues around Music City. Now they’ve become festival staples, regular performers on the television circuit, and have found tremendous success with their dance-ready, genre-bending jams. Their fantastic sophomore album, Year of the Caprese, has been in our rotation since it dropped last year, and we look forward to hearing what they’ve been working on since its release. We also can’t wait to some local boys reach another huge milestone: playing The Ryman! Check out the track that helped blow up their star power, “Doses & Mimosas,” below!

FUTURE UNLIMITED

Another local group we’ve been praising for years, Future Unlimited will also be making their Ryman Auditorium debut, in the opening slot of tonight’s bill. The No Country Presents alumni channel an electronic-laced, moody, post-punk sound we love, and we’ve enjoyed watching them gain more and more traction over the past couple of years, as they make a run at similar success to the evening’s headliner. Make sure you get to the Mother Church early to support another resident band on the rise.

Cherub and Future Unlimited will perform tonight, Sept. 5 at The Ryman Auditorium. The show is 18+, begins at at 8 p.m. (doors at 7 p.m.), and tickets are available for $25.

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