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The All-New Insane release debut EP "Good Afternoon"; play Rocketown 12.12

There is something endearing about a band playing what they call "spooky rock and catchy tunes" at a venue where the mission directly names Christ. But The All-New Insane -- who do indeed have the catchy tunes -- will make it happen on December 12th at Rocketown. The group, made up of Friends For Sale's Baker Legate and Sweetrocket's Brian Simcox, has spent their year releasing singles, playing local shows, and recording their debut EP, Good Afternoon. That EP has just dropped on the group's Bandcamp page; it includes all of their previously released singles from the year, as well as two new tracks called "Fake Affection" and "Blush". Catch The All-New Insane's electric live show at Rocketown on 12/12, and take a listen to Good Afternoon below. - Will Sisskind





Drive!Drive! releases pop-heavy single "Love To Hate You"

Alt-pop up-and-comers Drive!Drive! hit me deep in two ways: They have continued the time-honored tradition of using punctuation in their band name, and they have become the only band I know of with an aquatic street team. They've released their third single of 2018, titled "Love To Hate You", a pop banger in the lyrical and musical vein of Carly Rae Jepsen and Walk The Moon. Drive!Drive!'s inspiration for music comes from founder Alex Johnson's desire to make music with other musicians who were in it for the fun and not the money; their collective passion comes through in "Love To Hate You". Their growing fan base has already fallen in love with the track; take a listen to it below for yourself. - Will Sisskind

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Mountains Like Wax release single "Messed Up Your Hair"

Mountains Like Wax have performed and recorded explosive and emotional rock for the last few years; although they haven't released much since their debut EP Tetralogy in 2015, what they have shared with the world has gained them a following and the fuel to keep moving forward. The duo of Mitchell Taylor and Samuel Katz have just released their latest single "Messed Up Your Hair", their third song to drop this year, and one that according to them most accentuates their band's sound. The track begins soft, but builds into a cinematic expression of youthfulness in love and the fickleness of all it. The song has already received repeated play on Nashville stations 102.9 The Buzz and Lightning 100, getting featured spots on both stations. Stay tuned to Mountains Like Wax's social media for upcoming shows; until then, listen to "Messed Up Your Hair" below. - Will Sisskind





Oginalii plays The 5 Spot on 12.05

Emma Hoeflinger of Oginalii has an affinity for Annie Clark; she aspires to be like the mind behind St. Vincent with her fearless guitar riffs and forward-thinking lyrics. She'll take the stage at The 5 Spot on December 5th in order to showcase her and her band's talents on the heels of their debut full-length album Cause and Affection, which drops in April 2019. The band have released three singles in the past few months: "Further In/Out", a feminist banger about rattling society's cages; "No Littering", about freedom of choice; and "Forgotten Kindness", a call to empathy. Oginalii has progressed since 2013 from an acoustic act to a full band electric onslaught of musical might; you can catch them at The 5 Spot on 12/05 to see them in action. Until then, check out "Forgotten Kindness" below. - Will Sisskind





Michael Logen contributes Americana soul to "Sunset Avenue Sessions" collab LP

It's been a busy year for Michael Logen; though his latest album New Medicine came out two years ago, he's continued to perform in the Nashville scene and collaborate with other local, indie, and major recording artists to keep his folk sound fresh. His latest collaboration comes in the form of Sunset Avenue Sessions, an album which Logen worked on with fellow Americana artists Lizanne Knott and Jesse Terry. The album consists of five covers and six original songs performed by the trio, who just toured throughout October all over the UK. The covers include a couple of Tom Petty classics such as "Wildflowers" and "Learning To Fly", as well as a take on Buffalo Springfield's "For What It's Worth", providing an homage to the American songbooks of both old and new. The originals are takes on tracks from each of the artists' discographies; you can take a listen to one of Logen's tracks, "Ocean Floor", below. - Will Sisskind

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