Don’t Miss Cherry Glazerr & The Nude Party w/ The Medium | TONIGHT @ Exit/In


While, often, radius clauses prevent festival acts from performing locally within a certain window on either side of a festival date, we often see exceptions from common promoters or booking partners or the fest itself, especially in the case of small to mid-sized acts. Billed as a sort of pre-Bonnaroo event dubbed the “Glaze Party,” two of the bands we’re most looking forward to this Thursday at Bonnaroo, LA grungy garage pop outfit Cherry Glazerr and New York retro psych/garage rock transplants The Nude Party are stopping in town a little early to play a more intimate co-headlining club show tonight, June 11 at Exit/In! Local faves The Medium have been tapped to support, and tickets are still available here. Whether as a warmup for ‘Roo or a substitution if you’re sitting this year out, this is one seriously cool lineup you don’t want to miss, and you can find out more below!

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[TICKET GIVEAWAY] Great Good Fine Ok w/ Vesperteen & Curli. | June 19 @ Exit/In


A buzzy fixture of the synthpop scene, Brooklyn duo Great Good Fine Ok have become a must-see act in recent years, boasting an acclaimed series of EPs and tracks, and earning praise throughout the blogosphere. Set to return to town June 19 to headline Exit/In, the group have tapped breakout Ohio alt pop singer Vesperteen, whose 2018 sophomore EP was one of last year’s best under the radar pop efforts, as support, with brand new local project Curli. set to open. A must-see for fans of genre-bending, synth soaked, indie pop, tickets are still available right here while they last! Or, if you’d rather leave it to chance, we’re excited to announce that also giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky fan! Read on for more about the show, and enter for a chance to win below.

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New On Our Nashville Spotify Playlist: Kim Petras, Berry, Sleater-Kinney, Jack Harlow, Internet Boyfriend, The Morning After Crew, Katie Toupin, & More


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

“You” by Berry
“C B D” by Internet Boyfriend
“Seen It All” by Evan Dupri, Chuck Indigo
“All White” by The Morning After Crew
“No Bitchin'” by Saint Pressure
“Drive” by Apollo LTD
“The Boys of Summer” by Zayde Wølf
“Patience” by Trey Schafer
“Lost Sometimes” by Katie Toupin
“Joudini” by Lonas – Playing Mercy Lounge on June 10
“Lowercase Letters” by Kenneth Hampton
“You’re The Only That I Want” by Dylan Rockoff, Caroline Kole
“I Can’t Help But Look” by MYYLO

Touring artist additions

“Clarity” by Kim Petras – Playing Basement East on June 11
“Hurry On Home” by Sleater-Kinney – Playing Ryman Auditorium on October 21
“SUNDOWN” by Jack Harlow – Playing Bonnaroo on June 13

Follow along so you don’t miss the best of No Country for New Nashville on our Nashville Spotify playlist!

See Skyway Man, Hari The Band, Nightingail, & More for FREE | TODAY @ East Nashville Block Party Under the Sun Fest


Set to take place today, June 8 across the complex of 919 Gallatin Ave, Under the Sun Fest is an exciting, neighborhood-focused block party, celebrating East Nashville’s thriving creative community of musicians, artists, poets, makers, and more, curated by nearby small businesses and residents for an all agesfree day of music, art, poetry, local food and venders, and more!

The music lineup alone was enough to catch our attention, with Skyway Man, Hari the BandNightingailJosh Rennie-HynesThe BraziLionairesLeah Blevins, and Sad Penny all slated to perform! You’ll also find local food vendors, coffee, cocktails and beer, a vintage clothing marketplace and other wares, live painting, gallery shows, comedy, and more around the site and shops, plus poetry at Red Arrow Gallery from Lagnajita Mukhopadhyay, Maggie Wells, Ashley Roth, Richard Harper, Olatunde Osinaike, Meg Wade, Chris Ketchum, and Anna Gordon, and an after party from 10 p.m. to midnight at Tournament.

Needless to say, this is the kind of free, fun, richly curated, and community-centric East Nashville event we love to see, and something that feels more of a rarity these days than just a few years ago, so head over this afternoon (music begins at 2:30 p.m., and gates open at noon), and celebrate some of the best creatives the neighborhood has to offer! Preview all the music below, and find out more details here.

Under the Sun Fest will take place Saturday, June 8 at the complex at 919 Gallatin Ave. The event is all ages, begins at 2:30 p.m. (gates at 12 p.m.), and is totally free to attend- however, plenty of food and venders will be on site!

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