Serration Pulse is a Nashville-based duo composed of Detroit natives Danny Tomczak and Kayla Anderson. Despite having existed for several years, the self-described "angst pop" duo have little to no internet presence. This is the first interview ever conducted with the duo.
Nashville rapper Gee Slab invited us to sit back and vibe out with him at a live studio session. He also spilled some details about new music for the coming year and blessed us with the first single from his upcoming EP.
Winslow Larocheis a self-taught multidisciplinary artist based in New York State and operating in what can be best described as *post art*. He shared some new poems with us that reflect his own experiences as a black body in 2016.
Atlanta's Material Girls made a recent visit through The East Room in East Nashville, performing alongside Gunther Doug, Datenight, and newcomers H.A.R.D., who made their debut that night.
The 40 Oz. Bounce has been back on road and touched down with our homies, Southern Yankee, in Knoxville for the Southern Yankee 1 year anniversary show.
Knoxville's Peak Physique's tunes are both soulful and robotic. The electro-funk duo aims to bring people together, and on their I Belong To You EP, out via Gezellig Records, deconstructed pop melodies create a sense of belonging that's oddly catchy and equally entrancing.
Steve August is a rising rapper out of Chattanooga TN. The young talent connects with fellow Chatt rapper and producer, Knox Holiday, on his new single "Souf Souf", a classic, laid-back slice of Southern bounce.
Clear Plastic Masks' new album Nazi Hologram refers to the increasingly-absurd, fascist reality modern life seems to have become. The Nashville quartet's sophomore full-length came out last month via Soft Junk Records, and the band has a new music video for album cut "Take a Little Drag".
Noah Kittinger formerly made music under the moniker 'Bedroom'. This Friday he'll be releasing the debut EP under his given name, Bloom, via Almost Communist Records, the indie label run by Ontario band Tearkjerker.