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"It is a fact that no other Celtic group in the Southeast can come close to their version of the Swedish werewolf song, ‘Varulven’.” Read more

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Abe Houck, who possesses the twin skills of playing with some of the most musically creative and intelligent folks around and also being one of them, has released a new project under the name The Bardos. My age being what it is, my physician has ... Read more

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Get your power pop and funky punk fix on this Saturday at The Spot! Hometown favorites Mythical Motors will be performing with St. Louis indie power pop group Frankie Valet at The Spot of Chattanooga, located at 1800 E. Main this Saturday. Read more

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Chattanooga’s favorite modern vintage band is set to release their first full-length album this week, eleven tracks of beloved standards, unique arrangements, and hot originals. The trio of Skip Frontz Jr. (string bass,) Lon Eldridge (guitar and ... Read more

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One of the hottest acts in Chattanooga has finished their first full-length album, ready for mass consumption on Thursday, August 15th. Studio albums offer the greatest degree of control a performer can have over the final product. Multiple takes ... Read more

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You’d be hard pressed to find a friendlier, more helpful, or more generally beloved figure in the local music scene than Michael McDade. His own talent and career aside, Michael has done as much as anyone, and more than most, to foster a positive ... Read more

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Hey kids! Do you hate to see summer go? Do you love jamming to cool Caribbean sounds while enjoying the great outdoors? Reggae at Smooth Rapids 2019 has it all and more and it’s this Friday at 245 Durham St. in McMinnville, TN. Read more

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Listening to a new Mythical Motors release is a lot like finding a rare, vintage import tucked away in the back of a record shop. There is an initial joy of discovery—hey, something new!—swiftly followed by the realization that the album in your ... Read more

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Hell-On is the first solo release from Neko Case in five years. Case, whose ability as a singer/songwriter has been critically acclaimed since her debut, fully assumes the mantle of producer with this latest offering. It’s a welcome move ... Read more

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Hailing from Winfield, Alabama, The Dirty Clergy has been described as garage, indie, pop, rock, vintage, retro, and more. While any of those titles could be applied without any fuss, allow me to add a new descriptor to the lot: Lynchian. Having ... Read more

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Mark your calendars now for Saturday, August 17th, as Songbirds on Station Street will present the 50th Anniversary Tribute to Woodstock featuring the talents of the Jess Goggans Band, Oweda, Paul Childers and many more, celebrating the music of ... Read more

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Bob Carty, the man, the myth, the guy people call “Bobster”. Bob has been a fixture in Chattanooga music since always, and yet, unless you are part of that scene, his name may be unfamiliar.  It certainly isn’t for lack of talent or entertainment ... Read more

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Who do Jason Isbell, John Prine, Brandi Carlile, Elvis, and Strung Like a Horse have in common? Grammy award-winning music producer Matt Ross-Spang, that’s who. Word out of Nashville today is that legendary producer Ross-Spang has signed on to ... Read more

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The Knoxville-based band Jubal defines itself as alt-country. Alt-country is a wonderfully useful label right up to the moment you have to write about it. At that point it becomes a nightmarishly inclusive term covering so many different sounds ... Read more

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It’s time to dig out your peg legs, hook hands, and laptops with Pirate Bay login credentials and head to the Stone Cup on Frazier Avenue this Saturday, June 22nd for Pirate Party 5 with your scurvy pals, Opposite Box! The boys in the band will ... Read more

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The last time we checked in on Matthew Long, he was performing as “Matt Solo”, garnering popular and critical acclaim with a series of underground mix tape releases, as well as the album Prodigy. Those efforts brought him to the attention of ... Read more

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Our fair city’s most cuddly psychopaths are at it again this Saturday as River City Rumpus presents the return of SummerWeen! It’s going to be a veritable Weirdmageddon of sideshow and burlesquery, with the talents of international stars Cut ... Read more

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One of the most enjoyably frustrating parts of this job is finding words to describe music that doesn’t fit neatly into a recognizable genre. This has been an especially enjoyable morning, as Drew Gibson’s latest album, Shipbuilder, defies ... Read more

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I’m getting old. I wear glasses to see things that are near, I wear different glasses to see things that are far, and if I don’t wear glasses, well, I don’t see so well at all. That’s my excuse, anyway. When the email came in about the upcoming ... Read more

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Plenty of music this week, but two shows stand out in particular as “can’t miss ‘ems.” The first is this Thursday at JJ’s Bohemia featuring the assembled talents of The Hollywood Horses and Obliviots. The Hollywood Horses—an award-winning band ... Read more

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Before I did any research on Left Lane Cruiser, I listened to their latest album, Shake and Bake. Because of this order of operations, when I finally did get to the band’s details, my first thought was, “No way.” The band that recorded (analog ... Read more

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