New On Our Nashville Spotify Playlist: Diarrhea Planet, Mitski, FIDLAR, Meg Myers, Alanna Royale, Tim Gent & More

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Our main goal at No Country is to share music from our favorite local artists and touring acts that hit Nashville. Now you can get straight to listening on our Nashville Spotify playlist.

Local music additions

“Separations” by Diarrhea Planet – Playing Exit/In on September 7 and 8
“Stay” by Reality Something
“Needle in the Hay” by Vanessa Carlton
“I Was Here” by Basecamp
“Wild Nights” by Amy Stroup
“Cruel Cruel World” by Alanna Royale – Playing Basement East on August 2
“Before The Sun Goes Down” by The New Respects – Playing Ryman Auditorium on July 25
“Pretty Ones” by Sinclair, Mike Rogers, Jay-Way
“The Lingo” by Tim Gent
“Fire | Fly” by Lackhoney, Jae
“Tables” by Bryant Taylorr
“Body Language” by The Daybreaks
“Drugs No More” by Creamer

Touring artist additions

“Nobody” by Mitski – Playing Basement East on November 13
“Alcohol” by FIDLAR – Playing Cannery Ballroom on September 21
“Tear Me To Pieces” by Meg Myers – Playing Mercy Lounge on September 26

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New On Our Nashville Spotify Playlist: Sad Baxter, Childish Gambino, Shakey Graves, Andreas Moss, Black Milk & More

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Our main goal at No Country is to share music from our favorite local artists and touring acts that hit Nashville. Now you can get straight to listening on our Nashville Spotify playlist.

Local music additions

“Believe Me” by Sad Baxter – Playing The High Watt on August 18
“Don’t Tell Our Friends About Me” by Andrew Combs – Playing The Basement on July 27
“Shelter” by BASECAMP
“What If?” by Caroline Kole
“Kokain” by Andreas Moss
“What’s Going On?” by Ni/Co
“Automatic” by The New Schematics – Playing Mercy Lounge on July 28
“Move with the Tide” by Sucre – Playing Basement East on August 3
“Gucci (feat. Hypen)” by Johnny Phrank
“All I Do Is Look at My Phone” by Messyah
“The Dreamer’s Anthem” by Brian Brown
“Hey Dude” by Justin & The Cosmics – Playing Fond Object on July 27

Touring artist additions

“Three Futures” by Torres – Playing Basement East on August 19
“Feels Like Summer” by Childish Gambino – Playing Bridgestone Arena on October 12
“Counting Sheep” by Shakey Graves – Playing Ryman Auditorium on October 3
“Tourniquet” by Meg Myers – Playing Mercy Lounge on September 26
“The Deep End” by Tall Heights – Playing The High Watt on November 12
“Fall In Love” by Slum Village – Playing Exit/In on July 23
“What It’s Worth” by Black Milk – Playing The High Watt on July 31

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New On Our Nashville Spotify Playlist: Rayland Baxter, Young the Giant, Amanda Shires, Wye Oak, Nightly, The Band CAMINO, & More

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Our main goal at No Country is to share music from our favorite local artists and touring acts that hit Nashville. Now you can get straight to listening on our Nashville Spotify playlist.

Local music additions

“79 Shiny Revolvers” by Rayland Baxter – Playing Basement East on July 18
“Eve’s Daughter” by Amanda Shires – Playing Ryman Auditorium on August 12
“Phantom” by Nightly – Playing The High Watt on August 19
“Slow Attack” by Groh
“Small Talks” by Liza Anne – Playing Municipal Auditorium on September 7
“Be My Baby” by Myylo – Playing The Back Corner on July 13
“Sandcastle” by Nilka – Playing The High Watt on July 16
“I’m No Savior” by Adam Agin
“Fever” by The Pressure Kids

Touring artist additions

“Simplify” by Young the Giant – Playing Ryman Auditorium on October 30
“It Might Get Dark” by White Denim – Playing Exit/In on September 22
“It Was Not Natural” by Wye Oak – Playing Basement East on November 7
“My Thoughts On You” by The Band CAMINO – Playing Ryman Auditorium on October 20 & 21
“Video Sunshine” by Knox Hamilton – Playing Basement East on July 13
“Goodbye” by Porches –Playing Mercy Lounge on November 2
“Cut Your Bangs” by Girlpool – Playing Mercy Lounge on November 2

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New On Our Nashville Spotify Playlist: Florence + The Machine, Pale Waves, *repeat repeat, The Pink Spiders, The Brummies, Erin Rae, The Wild Feathers, & More

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Our main goal at No Country is to share music from our favorite local artists and touring acts that hit Nashville. Now you can get straight to listening on our Nashville Spotify playlist.

Local music additions

“Rose-Colored Boy – Mix 2” by Paramore – Playing Municipal Auditorium on September 7
“Drive Away feat. Kacey Musgraves” by The Brummies
“Everybody’s Falling In Love” by *repeat repeat – Playing Live on the Green on August 16
“I Can’t Get Down Without You” by The Pink Spiders – Playing The Basement East on August 11
“Jerk” by Only – Playing The East Room on July 13
“Where the Roses Never Fade” by Nightingail – Playing Municipal Auditorium on September 7
“Putting on Airs” by Erin Rae
“Summertime Mama” by Becca Mancari
“Flip the Bird” by Amy Darling
“Quittin’ Time” by The Wild Feathers
“Lay Down” by Quichenight
“Lovers” by REMMI, LoKii
“HUMAN” by Athena – Playing The East Room on July 22

Touring artist additions

“Patricia” by Florence + The Machine – Playing Bridgestone Arena on October 2
“Noises” by Pale Waves – Playing Mercy Lounge on November 6
“Sleepy Eyes feat. Elohim” by Whethen – Playing Exit/In on September 18
“When You’re Ugly” by Louis Cole – Playing Mercy Lounge on October 25
“Warriors” by Allen Stone – Playing Cannery Ballroom on November 8

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Nashville Pop/R&B Artist Meaux Gets Nostalgic with Serene Single “Summertime”

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There isn’t just one kind of “summer song” out there. There are pool jams, tracks for boat parties, and songs meant to blast at the beach. But not all summer music has to be euphoric “turn up” moods. Nashville r&b/pop artist Meaux just dropped “Summertime,” and it’s perfect for early morning reflection when the sun’s heat is barely turning up. Gorgeous harp progressions, wispy flutes, and a clutch beat bring out Meaux’s nostalgia for seasons past.

Meaux’s journey to Nashville as a solo artist crossed state lines, genres, and other artistic disciplines. Born and raised in New Orleans, Morgan Hebert started her music career singing background vocals for a country outfit while cutting her teeth as a dancer. Hebert’s dancing skills landed her on Beyoncé’s iconic Super Bowl XLVII Halftime performance and several live national television shows like The Today Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Taking her experiences supporting larger acts, Hebert pivoted towards solo artistry as Meaux. She blends classic r&b influences of pioneers Etta James and Ray Charles with trendsetters Beyoncé, Rihanna, and JoJo. We’ve caught Meaux live, and her national stage history definitely shines through with a polished set of choreography you normally don’t see from artists early in their career.

“I wrote ‘Summertime’ around the time of my birthday, and I was feeling really nostalgic,” Meaux says. “The previous year I had spent my birthday with my closest friends and family, as well as with a guy from home I dated on and off for a few years. I started dating him in the summertime when I used to live in New Orleans. So anytime I think of him, I think of that one summer we spent being young kids living life as free as we could and a little reckless.” With “Summertime,” Meaux appreciates the past while staying focused on the here and now. “It’s important to just enjoy what’s happening right now in the present,” she says.

Keep an eye on Meaux no matter what season it is, and listen to “Summertime” below!

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