Our latest update to the East of 8th Spotify Playlist includes tracks from The Florets, Phillip-Michael Scales, Wild Heart Club, Tidal Wave, & Ellie Stone!
New additions to the East of 8th Spotify Playlist including Southern Avenue, The Slang, The High Loves, New Wolves, and Welcome Center! Learn more about these new tracks!
Read all about new music from Miss Tess, Lisa Crawley, Voye, Modern Original, & Eamon McGrath! Now playing on the East of 8th Spotify playlist!
Find out more about the music added to our Spotify playlist including tracks from The Glorious Sons, Alisa Amador, Emily Davis and the Murder Police, Lena Minder, and Junaco!
The latest additions to the East of 8th Spotify Playlist featuring tracks from Gabe Dixon, Kandle, Rhett Repko, Tom West, Raye Robinson, and Layla Frankel!
Check out the new songs added to the East of 8th Spotify Playlist including tracks from Air Drawn Dagger, Moon Taxi, Jess Benko, and more!
Up-tempo indie rockers get mixed with some fiery indie pop beats on this update to East of 8th's playlist. Without further ado, check out these spooky good songs! "HELLO, HELLO" - GLASER BROTHERS Bright electric pop guitar riffs are front and center and boosted by a driving beat that will remind you of the catchiest hits... Continue Reading →
That slight crispness in the air means it's time to switch from our sunny songs of the summer to the more chill sounds of fall. The East of 8th playlist this week is full of tracks to share with friends whether it's around that icon of the fall season, the bonfire, or while hanging out... Continue Reading →
This week the playlist is unfortunately the 7 X 8th Playlist due to the last minute scratch of one song. Don't worry, there's still plenty of new music for you to listen to as you sit outside enjoying this early fall weather--at least here in the southern U.S. Like the weather here in Nashville, this... Continue Reading →
Garage rock makes a return to the East of 8th playlist this week! With it comes several folk rock songs that show off the range of sounds that fill that genre. Never allowing the playlist to be too predictable, there's also a crazy unique song with a soundscape blending anthemic pop rock and electronica! Without... Continue Reading →