Bully's new album, Feels Like, really gets under your skin. The debut record from the Nashville grunge four-piece is out next week, though you can currently stream it in full below via NPR. It's 11 tracks of pure emotion, highlighted by lead singer Alicia Bognanno's unforgettable vocals and impressionable lyrics. FeelsLike includes Bully's most well-known OG cuts, songs like "Bully", "Milkman", "Brainfreeze", and "Sharktooth", all of which were featured on Bully's initial self-titled EP. These familiar tunes, peppered with new jams like "I Remember" and "Trying" push the record into uncharted territory.
Anyone who's been involved in Nashville music underground for more than a little while knows that our scene's DIY spaces are currently lacking. There are definitely still places one can go to book or see a DIY/house show. But by and large, over the course of the past couple of years, many of Nashville's DIY/house venues have increasingly folded, with fewer and fewer new ones emerging to catch the heat. Finding a DIY space these days is tougher than ever, finding an ALL-AGES DIY spaces these days is sometimes damn-near impossible.
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Panda Kid, Italy's lo-fi kings, is the project of Italian garage rock artist Alberto Manfrin, who specializes in psychedelic and tropical, very spacey, garage pop. He builds on the bedrock of 60s garage and surf, among other influences, to create his own brand of outsider music.
Daddy Issues are back with a new single, "Unicorns & Rainbows (Boyfriend)", their second preview so far of their upcoming debut cassette Can We Still Hang, which is out June 30th on Infinity Cat Recordings. Can We Still Hang is the first installment in this year's Infinity Cat cassette subscription series (although all subscriptions for the whole series are already sold out).
Altus Kings have finally released their long-awaited debut EP, a self-titled, 9-track monster that was well worth the wait. Altus Kings is a nice balance of some previously-released singles from ATK --- tracks like "Fearless", "Gone", and "Hoody" -- coupled with some brand-new material and the odd instrumental and skit.