Remains of August | Here’s Everything We Missed

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While we still technically have three more weeks of summer, and it sure still feels like it outside, Labor Day and the start of September have us thinking fall. And, while the fall already promises to be jam-packed with incredible shows, releases, festivals, and more, we’re still enjoying the remains of what has been a pretty fantastic summer season for music. While we try to keep you up to date on every single happening every single day, this site remains something we do in our spare time, and August proved to be especially hectic. Rather than just cut loose all of the news, releases, and announcements we missed, we decided to round them all up for you in one convenient place. So, if your summer has been as busy as ours, you might want to take a look at the remains of August before you dive into September…

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No Country in a Nutshell: The Weekly Recap | 8.11-8.17

Summer’s winding down as the fall is ramping up. Last week marked a huge return for one of our favorite concert series, Live on the Green, and brought tons of exciting additional performances, show announcements, and premieres. As we dive headfirst into another week, we expect just as much news to start rolling in. But, first, in case you missed anything, here’s a recap of everything we covered last week on the site:

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Ty Segall Drops New LP, Performs On ‘Conan’, Playing Mercy Lounge on September 8th

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Last night, psychedelic, garage noise rock ’n’ roller Ty Segall crushed it on Conan, debuting another track called “Feel” from his upcoming album Manipulator, which drops Aug. 26th. Even better, he’s stopping in on Music City September 8th to play Mercy Lounge and tickets are still available here for just $13 (or $15 the day of the show). Canadian dream-synth, psychedelic popsters Wand will open the 18 + night of music, which begins at 9 pm (doors at 8). See what Mr. Segall is all about after the jump and if you can’t get enough, read our coverage of his amazing performance at Bonnaroo 2014 right here. No matter what you do, be there live and in person when he comes to Nashville, so he can melt your skull!

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[REVIEW + PHOTOS] Bonnaroo 2014 | Thursday & Friday

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Another year, another Bonnaroo. Needless to say, the No Country crew had a blast, and we were there in full-force to document the 13th annual installment of the Manchester, TN fest. In addition to our regular and semi-regular contributors, we brought in a few guests to weigh in on ‘Roo (check out the key at the bottom), and we had expert photographer Mary-Beth Blankenship on site to capture some of our favorite performances. After so many months of anticipation, we can’t believe it has finally come and gone, but, below, check out our recap and photos from Bonnaroo’s first two days (and head here for the last two).

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No Country in a Nutshell: The Weekly Recap | 4.21-4.27

As we inch closer to Bonnaroo, we’re ramping up our coverage, continuing to double up on artist previews and bringing you the latest news, like this year’s late night performers. We’ve got more than just ‘Roo on the brain, however, as last week also saw plenty of show reviews, previews, exciting news (including some big changes for this season’s Live on the Green), new ticket giveaways, and more!

In case you missed anything, here’s a recap of everything we covered last week on the site:

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