[REMINDER] Don’t Miss Houndmouth w/ Family of the Year | TONIGHT @ Mercy Lounge

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Celebrating a new album, a shifted lineup, and their most radical sonic departure to date (good luck pegging them an Americana band with anything on their latest LP), Indiana’s Houndmouth are set to return to town for the first time in a couple of years to headline Mercy Lounge [note: previously scheduled for Marathon Music Works; previously purchased tickets will be honored] tonight, Oct. 10, along with poppy, LA indie folk group Family of the Year. We’ve dug everything Houndmouth has done since their earliest days, but with new record Golden Age, an experimental, indie effort more akin to acts like Tame Impala, we’re more intrigued than ever by where the band, now a trio, have ventured. There’s never been a cooler time to see them live, and you can still grab tickets to do so right here! Read on for more about the show.

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Don’t Miss Minus the Bear’s Farewell Tour w/ Caspian | TONIGHT @ 3rd & Lindsley

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Formed more than 15 years ago, out of the ashes of metal band Botch, indie group Sharks Keeps Moving, and emo/post-hardcore band Kill Sadie, alt rock/indie outfit Minus the Bear, who intensified the mathy tendencies of all of their members’ prior projects, combining elements of electronics and pop sensibilities with unorthodox rhythmic structure, have become a staple of the indie rock and punk adjacent scene throughout the celebrated run. Boasting danceable, dense, and unique instrumentation and smart, personal, and sometimes dark thematic focus, the group have both carved out a comfortable niche for fans of substantive indie rock, and have flirted with broader acclaim, crafting scene classics like Menos el Oso and Planet of Ice, both records they’ve celebrated with anniversary runs in recent years.

After six  well-regarded full-lengths, and a number of EPs and additional works, their most recent and final EP, Fair Enough, set to drop later this month, the band have decided to call it quits following a final farewell run, which returns Minus the Bear to 3rd & Lindsley tonight, Oct. 9 for one last Music City stop. Set to perform a communal, fan-geared, career-spanning set, this is obviously a must for any longtime followers of the group, and is sure to still be a delightful and incredible outing even for casual fans and newcomers. Opening things up, Boston post-rockers Caspian have long been a seminal indie act in the same scene, and given their long history as friends and peers of MtB, they feel like a suitable band to support this run. Incredibly, tickets are still available, so grab them here, then come help send off one of the back indie rock acts of the last two decades tonight!

Minus the Bear and Caspian will perform tonight, Oct. 9 at 3rd & Lindsely. The show is all ages, begins at 8 p.m. (doors at 6 p.m.), and tickets are available to purchase for $25.

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[REMINDER] Catch JEFF the Brotherhood w/ Coupler & Eve Maret | TONIGHT @ The Basement East

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Boasting an expanded new lineup and celebrating their 13th LP and first in two years, Magick Songs, local garage and psych rock icons turned experimental, art rock weirdos JEFF the Brotherhood are returning to the east side for the first time in awhile, to headline The Basement East tonightOct. 9! A JEFF show, especially with new tunes in tow, is always an essential pick, but with electronic leaning support from local-rooted ambient, experimental outfit Coupler and rising electronic singer Eve Maret, this is looking like one of the top happenings of the fall! You can still grab tickets right here, so snag ’em while they last and read on for more about the show!

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[TICKET GIVEAWAY] Moon Taxi w/ LUTHI & Sparkle City Disco | New Year’s Eve @ Municipal Auditorium

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A longtime site favorite, organic local success story, and one of the most prominent rock bands to break out of Nashville in the last decade, alt/indie rockers Moon Taxi are set to continue a long-running tradition on a newly-epic scale, with their 10th New Year’s Eve show in Nashville (after venturing last year to Atlanta) and first-ever headlining arena show, Dec. 31 at Municipal Auditorium. Epic in its own right, local party rockers LUTHI and the beloved Sparkle City Disco DJs are joining as well, to make sure you get both a stellar rock show and dance party to ring in the new year. Tickets are available here, and despite the size of the venue, they’re already going fast! We’re thrilled to announce that we’re also giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky fan, so if you want to lock in your New Year’s Eve plans early, 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: Dawes, Daniella Mason, R.LUM.R, Soccer Mommy, Courtney Barnett, Joy Williams, & 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

“Emotional Rollercoaster” by Daniella Mason – Playing Basement East on October 13
“With My Words” by R.LUM.R
“Who Am I To You” by Nightly
“Buried In New York” by Jeff Carl
“Immortalize” by Monica Moser
“Give in to Me” by Charlotte Leigh
“Henry” by Soccer Mommy – Playing Mercy Lounge on December 15
“No Littering” by Oginalii
“Canary” by Joy Williams
“Fuckbois!” by Gracen Hill

Touring artist additions

“Feed the Fire” by Dawes – Playing Ryman Auditorium on February 9 and 10
“Golden Age” by Houndmouth – Playing Mercy Lounge on October 10
“Small Talk” by Courtney Barnett – Playing Marathon Music Works on October 25
“Little Bit of Lovin'” by Elle King – Playing Marathon Music Works on October 29
“One Trick Ponies” by Kurt Vile – Playing Ryman Auditorium on March 16

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