It’s time to restart the computer again, so that means it is time to clean off the desktop. Here’s what I have laying around here that you might be interested in.
JEFF The Brotherhood
Continuing their ascensionthrough popular music culture, Nashville Bogus Bros performed on Fallon last week. Here’s the vid of that one (complete with a dude eating a sandwich on the stage). Onward and upward, fellas.
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Speaking of onward and upward, Nashville’s Country-Punksters Those Darlin’s have released a new video for “Screws Get Loose” that premiered on My Old Kentucky Blog last week. You can download the track for free here. The video featuring a dude (is that drummer Linwood Regensburg?) running through Nashville is below.
We Own This Town’s new mixtape
We’ve talked about the cool stuff that comes out of Nashville blog We Own This Town before, and they are at it again. They’ve released their Vol. 48 mixtape featuring some great stuff that is going on around Nashville. I’ve attached the stream below, but head over to their website to download a copy for yourself. The mixtape includes tracks by Glossary, Little Viking, Codaphonic, The GoldRoom, Pujol, Diarrhea Planet, Calicocat, Birdcloud, Evan P. Donahue, Fly Golden Eagle, daas, Makeup and Vanity Set, and Grandpa Egg.
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J. Roddy Walston & The Business and Kingston Springs
I just got back from Knoxville yesterday, and the best part of the weekend was Kingston Springs and J. Roddy Walston & The Business ripping it up at Barley’s Taproom in Knoxville on Friday night. J. Roddy played at 12th and Porter in Nashville on Saturday, so I hope you made it out there to see it. And, you will have other chances to see Nashville’s Kingston Springs playing around town. Make sure you check them out.