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StereoFeet Come To Life With New Album

A bad day writing is when I sit here listening to an album, thinking, “Well what in the hell am I going to say about this?” A good day writing is when I sit here listening to an album thinking, “How in the hell am I going to say everything I want ...



When it comes to music I’ve always been more of a word guy. My old mandolin player Michael Walters and I used to give each other no end of grief because he took the opposite view. A song with dumb lyrics but good music would spark his interest ... more

Apr 12, 2017 12:22 PM Features

For twenty-five years I have watched the Chattanooga music scene grow from a trickle of cover bands and a handful of tired venues into a thriving musical community. The level of talent and diversity of acts is unquestionably the greatest it’s ... more

Apr 5, 2017 12:21 PM Features

Video killed the radio star, everyone knows that, but who in the hell killed the video star? If you are of a “certain age” (middle) then you were there to see the rise and decline of the music video. Sure, they’re still being made, but they ... more

Mar 29, 2017 4:25 PM Features

“Scenic Groove” is what keyboardist Jonathan “Tryezz” Fowlkes calls his style of music—a unique and eclectic blend of fusion jazz, modern funk and electronic dance—that has a specific aim: to transport listeners to different locations in their minds. more

Mar 22, 2017 11:31 AM Features

I started writing for The Pulse in 2013. The Dead Testaments were one of the first bands I covered and they instantly became (and remain) one of my favorite bands anywhere. Then they went silent. Members had other projects to pursue, life ... more

Mar 15, 2017 11:12 AM Features 1 Comments

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