TWiN | This Weekend in Nashville | April 21-23

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With a busy weekend that includes Record Store Day, the Wild West Comedy Fest, the Nashville Film Festival, Vanderbilt’s Rites of Spring, and more, your entertainment options are looking more abundant than ever, even if the weather doesn’t cooperate. If braving crowds to buy vinyl records isn’t you thing, or if you’re looking for some live music or comedy before or after, we’ve combed through the weekend’s best events, and picked out local release shows, reunited former Music City staples, and shows of all sizes from artists in hip hip, alt country, indie, and everything in between. Start planning your weekend with This Weekend in Nashville!

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TWiN | This Weekend in Nashville | April 14-16


Easter weekend is upon us, and, no matter your religious leanings, it doesn’t seem to be slowing down the slate of great show options happening around town, if you’re looking for some weekend entertainment. Between release shows for local favorites and emerging artists, country legends and young blood, pop, folk, punk, post-rock, and a whole lot more, there’s plenty to be excited about, whatever your budget or attention span. Start planing out your musical weekend below with our latest installment of This Weekend in Nashville!

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Sylvan Esso Debut Music Video for “Radio” | Catch Them Sept. 22 at The Ryman


As we mentioned last month, North Carolina based electro/indie pop duo turned international touring sensations Sylvan Esso are gearing up for the release of their highly-anticipated sophomore full-length, What Now, on April 28 via Loma Vista Recordings. A smattering of singles from the upcoming record have been released to date, including the undeniable earworm “Die Young,” but the first single, and certifiable smash, “Radio” first surfaced in late 2016 with considerable airplay across the country. The irony, of course, is the subject of the single jabbing at the current pop radio industry and the monopolization of Top 40 and Adult Contemporary format stations, and Sylvan Esso have just released an equally charged music video for the track, which you can check out below.

In support of the new release, Sylvan Esso are gearing up for a short European tour followed by a lengthy run of U.S. theater dates, including a Sept. 22 return to Nashville for a night at The Ryman Auditorium, and tickets are still available here!

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Scale Model Premiere “Other Voices” Ahead of New EP, May 12 Release Show at Little Harpeth


Nashville indie rockers Scale Model are back boasting an expanded lineup, an upcoming EP, and an ’80s new wave-inspired and synth overloaded single, “Other Voices” that needs to be on your new music radar now.  The band’s announcement includes news that they’ve added bassist Aaron Irons (The Non-Commissioned Officers, Jasmin Kaset) to their ranks, and the expanded sound is immediately noticable in the lush, dance-ready soundscapes that propel “Other Voices” through visions of Depeche Mode, while vocalist Megan Rox soars above as though channeling Annie Lennox.  The forthcoming EP, Afterglow, which officially drops April 21, was recorded, engineered, and mixed at Battle Tapes, and the cover art was designed by multi-talented Scale Model drummer Steve Cross.

Scale Model will celebrate the official EP release on May 12 with a show at Little Harpeth Brewing, along with fellow locals Sleeptalkre and Pet Envy.  The performance will also feature a photo booth and LED light show, and the $7 cover will get you a download card for a copy of the EP.  Head below to dig into “Other Voices”!

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alt-J To Play Municipal Auditorium Nov. 6

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English indie/electro pop rockers alt-J are gearing up for the release of their third LP, RELAXER, on June 2, and have announced a massive fall tour in support.  As part of the run, the band will return to Nashville on Nov. 6 to play Municipal Auditorium, their biggest local turn yet, following sold out appearances at Cannery Ballroom, The Ryman, and the Grand Ole Opry House in recent years.  Tickets will be available for fans that pre-order the record starting on April 16, with AT&T and Citi member pre-sales happening later that week, then go on sale to the general public on Friday, April 21 at 10 a.m. CST right here.

Along with tour news, alt-J also unveiled the second track to come out of the seemingly heady and more intricately arranged new record. You can watch the powerful “WW3” video below to get a taste of what you are in store for, along with the full tour schedule.

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