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Singer-songwriter C. Stewart McKee tries to "Move On" with new single

Nashville's (via Baton Rouge) C. Stewart McKee is beginning 2018 by trying to "Move On" with his newest self-released single. "I know it's far too late to negotiate," McKee sings on the Americana-tinged track with just a little touch of early Ed Sheeran. The beautifully shot video featured below displays vast mountain landscapes and rocky terrain, mirroring the uncertainty of the future but the determination to move. Check out the video below! - Chris Thiessen





Third Man's Brendan Benson is "Half a Boy (and Half a Man)"

While Jack White is getting to release his next major album, other former Raconteur Brendan Benson is releasing a slice of identity-seeking alt rock with "Half a Boy (and Half a Man)". Though Benson has been around for more than two decades, this is his first solo single on White's Third Man Records. The recent signee is sure to be in the works for more material in 2018, we'll just have to wait and see! In the meantime, listen to the new single below!

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William Matheny brings his brand of Americana to The Basement (1/24)

Nashville's William Matheny released his debut Strange Constellations in February of last year to critical acclaim. His songwriting is strong, and his style comes across like an indie rocker gone americana, bridging the gap between Ben Folds, The Avett Brothers, and Ryan Adams. Now hard at work on the road, Matheny will be gracing The Basement stage Wednesday, January 24th alongside J.P. Harris, The Country Westerns, and Richie. The show begins at 9:00 PM, and tickets are $6 in advance, $8 at the door. If you haven't made it to a show yet in 2018 (or if you have), this is one you don't want to miss. Check out Matheny's track "Living Half To Death" below!





The Fruit Flies debut with lo-fi "Daddy's Car"

Self-described as The Dead meets The Experience, The Fruit Flies '60s psychedelic influences are worn on their sleeves. Their new song and accompanying video "Daddy's Car" are full of lo-fi excitement and a perfect addition to playlists featuring artists like The Strokes or even The Kinks. Check out the video below for "Daddy's Car" and stay tuned to the band's Facebook for more coming soon!

 





Wax Mistress return with trippy "Mind Designs"

It's hard to get tired of trippy Beatles-inspired psychedelia when it just makes you feel so good. And that's exactly what Wax Mistress deliver on their second single "Mind Designs". "Fill your minds / With their designs / Cellophane tides," the chorus suggests, invoking "Lucy in the Sky"-esque imagery over swimming-in-reverb guitars and panning drum fills. Stay tuned for Wax Mistress's full EP soon, and catch them at The East Room on January 24! Listen to "Mind Designs" below! - Chris Thiessen

 

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