Time to Move Your Feet and Party, Mon

Chattanooga reggae-lovers The Iscariots release their debut album Act of Treason

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Inventing the Convulsive Blues

“Ideally, free improvisation perhaps should be a requisite course for degrees in sociology, psychology, political science, etc., since it involves all these areas, as well as sound production.” more »

Jul 24, 2014 Features

It’s Damimal’s Planet, We Just Live On It

If I had my way, I’d like to see the entire album mounted as a stage production at one of the larger venues in town. more »

Jul 17, 2014 Features

Blues By Way of Israel and Memphis

Listening to any song by the Ori Naftaly Band will tell you that we’ve only heard the opening chords in a great music collaboration. more »

Jul 10, 2014 Features

Resurrecting the Spirit of Nashville

In terms of country music, this is the most sincere pumpkin patch I’ve seen in a long, long time. more »

Jul 3, 2014 Features

Young But Heading for Folk-Rock Glory

“They are genuine phenoms, prodigies coming together in the perfect storm of circumstance to create a band.” more »

Jun 19, 2014 Features

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