New On Our Nashville Spotify Playlist: Adia Victoria, *repeat repeat, Bantug, Brooke Alexx, John Tucker, Stephen Day, & More

adia-victoria-2020

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

“South Gotta Change” by Adia Victoria
“Wind in My Sail” by *repeat repeat
“Soften” by Bantug
“It’s Not You” by Brooke Alexx
“Flow” by John Tucker
“Droptop” by Classic Williams
“We Had Everything” by Super Duper
“Kitchen Table” by Molly Parden
“The Ballad of James Howlett” by Billy Raffoul
“down” by Mokita

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

No Country’s Guide to Pilgrimage Fest 2019: 10 Can’t Miss Sunday Performers

Pilgrimage2019Sunday-Header

We’ve been buzzing about it for months, and the week has finally arrived, as we prepare to head to Franklin’s Park at Harlinsdale this weekend, Sept. 21 & 22 for the fifth annual Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival. We had a blast at years onetwo, and three, and though year four was a bit of a speed bump with an unfortunate rain cancellation, it introduced an expanded lineup, new performance areas and amenities, and additional changes and improvements that have carried forth into 2019, this year’s installment promising to be the biggest yet. With around 70 acts, both local and national, slated to perform across half a dozen stages and performance areas over two days (not to mention a kids stage and new Mare Barn Theatre), plus local artisans and vendors, Pilgrimage is a community-rooted fest designed for music lovers of all ages and walks of life, and we feel incredibly happy to have such a great, growing event in our backyard. With a variety of ticket options still available here, it’s not too late to make it to this wonderful event, and as we do each year, we wanted to help those attending make the most of the weekend with our handy festival guide, highlighting our top 10 artist picks, from a variety of stages, broken down for each day of the fest. We already helped you get you ready to make the Pilgrimage with our Saturday guide. Rounding things out, check out our 10 most-anticipated Sunday performers below!

Find out more about the lineup→

New On Our Nashville Spotify Playlist: Nightly, Quinn XCII, Judah & The Lion, JID, Ttotals, & More

Nightly 620 by Louis Browne

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

“No Call, No Reply” by Nightly – Playing Exit/In on March 31
“Mute” by Josie Dunne
“pictures (feat. Kacey Musgraves)” by Judah & The Lion
“Playing Dead” by Adison
“Clean” by Adia Victoria
“Airwaves” by Andrew Leahey & The Homestead – Playing 3rd and Lindsley on March 3
“Blue 42” by Jon Santana, Lucy Camp
“Fighter” by Jung Youth, Sam Tinnesz
“Breath” by Parlor.
“You Walked In” by Ttotals – Playing Grimey’s on March 2
“Lemonade” by Nikki’s Wives
“The Pressure” by NIGHTMØDE

Touring artist additions

“U & Us” by Quinn XCII – Playing Marathon Music Works on March 12
“Workin Out” by JID – Playing Cannery Ballroom on March 22
“Rollin'” by Dungeon Family – Playing Marathon Music Works on April 16
“ZEZE (feat. Travis Scott and Offset)” by Kodak Black – Playing Nashville Municipal Auditorium on April 4

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

New On Our Nashville Spotify Playlist: Adia Victoria, Jenny Lewis, Betty Who, Brigetta, MILKK, Oginalii, & More

adia-victoria_shervinlainez_2019-620

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

“Dope Queen Blues” by Adia Victoria
“Heads Gonna Roll” by Jenny Lewis – Playing Ryman Auditorium on March 21
“Sit Here and Love Me” by Caroline Spence
“Sad Songs” by Brigetta
“Cyborg” by Myylo
“Stupid” by MILKK – Playing The End on April 4
“Up to You” by Jamiah
“No Littering Ooko Live Studio Session” by Oginalii – Playing Basement East on April 5
“Dissipate” by Airpark – Playing Basement East on February 23
“Bad Vibrations” by The Daybreaks – Playing March 22 at 3rd and Lindsley

Touring artist additions

“Get Well” by Donna Missal – Playing Basement East on February 28
“Language” by Betty Who – Playing Cannery Ballroom on June 1
“Chewing Gum” by Blood Orange – Playing Cannery Ballroom on February 26

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

[REMINDER] Don’t Miss Bully’s Hometown Residency! | Dec. 14-16 @ Mercy Lounge

BULLY

On the heels of the release of their highly-anticipated and unsurprisingly stellar sophomore LP, Losing, breakout local grunge pop group Bully are gearing up to celebrate with not one, not two, but three nights of homecoming shows at Mercy LoungeDec. 14 with Adia Victoria and Western MedicationDec. 15 with Daddy Issues and Butthole, and Dec. 16 with Pujol and Sad Baxter. Though they’ve remained active, appearing at Live on the Green and a plethora of major regional fests over the last year, these shows will be Bully’s first formal, hometown headlining dates in nearly two years (22 months to be exact), making them, perhaps, December’s most essential happening. Tickets are still available for Thursday (here), and Saturday (here), but Friday is sold out and we don’t expect the others to be far behind, so snag yours for one or more nights, to help kickstart a new chapter for one of the city’s best bands, and read on for more below!

Find out more about the lineup→