New On Our Nashville Spotify Playlist: Aaron Lee Tasjan, Mona, Clear Plastic Masks, & 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:

“Little Movies” by Aaron Lee Tasjan
“Forever Cold” by Smooth Hound Smith – Playing Exit/In on December 2
“Tennessee” by Kayleigh Goldsworthy – Playing Acme Feed & Seed on November 8
“Us & Them” by Mona
“NY90” by Jon Santana, Lox Chatterbox, REMMI
“In The Air Tonight” by The Protomen – Playing Exit/In on December 31
“The Money” by Clear Plastic Masks
“Slow Motion” by Solar Twin

Touring artist additions:

“Only Here For Your Love” by Futurebirds – Playing Mercy Lounge on December 16
“Astral Plane” by Valerie June – Playing 3rd & Lindsley on February 16

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TWiN | This Weekend in Nashville | 11/15 – 11/17

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Winter is here! Winter is here! It freakin’ snowed this week!  What was that all about?  Regardless, it’s the weekend, and we know that you are going to get out to enjoy yourselves.  So, we’ve rounded up some of the best music happening this weekend to warm up your souls and ear holes.  Check out all of our staff picks with the our latest edition of This Weekend in Nashville!

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Third Wave of SXSW Artists Announced | Nashville’s Still Reppin’ Hard!

SXSW is looming on the horizon. In just under two months, the entire indie scene will descend on Austin. We brought you news of the first wave of Nashville artists announced back in November, the second in December, and now we’ve got the third (and, I believe, last) big group announcement. Once again, there’s plenty of Nashville love, and this just might be the most eclectic group of bands yet! The lineup gets even more exciting with each announcement, and we’ve posted music from all the new bands below. Congrats to all of the talented bands and friends of the site who will be performing this year, we know you’re going to make our city proud!

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Bad Cop

Bobby Bare (Sr.)

The Cadillac Black

Andrew Combs

The Dynamites & Charles Walker

The Ettes

Steve Forbert

Jonny Fritz

The Limousines

Luella and the Sun

Mona

Leigh Nash

Night Beds

Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band

Julie Roberts

Useless Eaters

Western Medicine

The Wild Feathers

Also from announced from Tennessee, Memphis artists Adam WarRock and Jason D. Williams, and Knoxville band The Black Lillies have been added to the bill!

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You can check out the full artist announcement on SXSW’s site. As I said, I think this is going to be the last big group announcement, but expect plenty more artists to still be added to the bill between now and March.

Hit “Continue Reading” for the full list of Nashville artists now confirmed for SXSW. To hear music from each artist, don’t forget to check out our First Wave and Second Wave announcement posts!

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This Weekend In Nashville, July 27-29

Here’s a very short weekend rundown for Nashville… because Guided By Voices is going to keep me from doing too much snooping and writing.

Friday

There’s that CS&N show that only your parents can afford to see at The Ryman.

Josh Rouse & Apex Manor, The High Watt, 9pm

Mona & Empire w/ Kink Ador, Mercy Lounge, 9pm

The Dark Shivers w/Reid Magette, Couched & The Maloneys, The End, 9pm

Saturday

Keegan Corby, The Cumberland Trannies, Cheetah Palomina, Kate Tucker, Alpha Vigilant, The Rutledge, 7pm

Old Crow Medicine Show, The Woods at Fontanel, 7:30pm

Darlingside w/ Peter Terry & The City Profits and Matty & The Lovebones, Cause A Scene, The Farm, 9366 Hester Beasley Road, 8pm

Josh Rouse w/ Apex Manor (yep, again), The High Watt, 9pm

Drivin’ N Crying w/ Michelle Malone, Exit/In, 9pm

Ranch Ghost w/ D. Watusi, Tiger High, Dirty Dreams, The End, 9pm

Sunday

Our contributor Dayna is going to throw something up for her pick of the weekend a bit later on.