8 QUESTIONS with THE WAY DOWN WANDERERS

Peoria, Illinois-based collective The Way Down Wanderers recently released their latest album, illusions, and are tearing up the highways to bring their unique sound to eager audiences across the land.... Continue Reading →

LIVE SHOW REVIEW: RON GALLO

It’s no longer a secret that Nashville’s music scene is more than a love-hate relationship with its country music stereotype. With indie and alternative rock now a dominating force, the... Continue Reading →

PREVIEW: AMERICAN AQUARIUM at THE BASEMENT EAST on 6/5/18

Today, American Aquarium released their new album, Things Change, an aptly-titled stunner; a year ago, the band’s world was upended, and frontman BJ Barham was at a crossroads when his... Continue Reading →

PREVIEW: MARGARET GLASPY at THE BASEMENT EAST on 4/1/18

“I come from a musical family, my parents both play, my sister and brother do also, so it came naturally. I started playing fiddle and guitar as a kid. I... Continue Reading →

PREVIEW: LUCY ROSE at THE BASEMENT EAST on 3/19/18

“I played The Ryman before with City and Colour, and Dallas Green has this array of amazing pedals with him,” recalls London-based singer/songwriter Lucy Rose. “I was drooling over this... Continue Reading →

PREVIEW: THE MOWGLI’S at THE BASEMENT EAST on 3/8/18

“We definitely went in that day with the intention of writing a happy song, that’s what we do,” says Colin Louis Dieden, vocalist for Southern California collective The Mowgli’s of... Continue Reading →

PREVIEW: COBI at THE BASEMENT EAST on 12/8/17

"I was playing in bars at age 12,” reveals Los Angeles-based artist Cobi, whose tour with explosive alt-rock duo Black Pistol Fire concludes at Nashville’s Basement East on Friday, December... Continue Reading →

PREVIEW: JD McPHERSON at THE BASEMENT EAST on 11/18/17

“Check, check, and check, Check all those boxes,” reveals Nashville’s JD McPherson when asked about the pressures he faced when making his new record, Undivided Heart & Soul, out now... Continue Reading →

PREVIEW: GOODBYE JUNE at THE BASEMENT EAST on 5/5/17

Volcanoes, earthquakes, tornadoes, and hurricanes have nothing on Nashville rock outfit Goodbye June; in the milliseconds that pass after pressing “play” on their forthcoming album, Magic Valley, rapid-fire snare hits ring... Continue Reading →

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