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Catch infectious new rockers The Bumbs at The Crying Wolf

With names like Merc, Johnny Boy, and Brandon Giftshop Jesus, you can expect The Bumbs are here to have a good time. The garage rock group released their Halloween-themed debut single "Cuz I'm a Zombie" last month bringing a Stones-like sound with their blues-rock riffs and rambunctious energy. Listen to the song and check The Bumbs out with Forest Fire Gospel Choir and Stubborn Son at The Crying Wolf on 11.13.17! - Chris Thiessen


Case Wooton reimagines Nashville's "Downtown Sound" in funky pop debut

Over the past decade, Nashville has taken on different tones as transplants from California, Florida, and Texas especially are moving here faster and faster. Case Wooton hails from Texas, and is bringing with him a funky indie pop sound that bounces and jams on his debut single "Downtown Sound". The syncopated rhythms and youthful vocals bring to mind Lukas Graham's smash "7 Years". Listen below and catch Case Wooton at Blackwood Row's EP release party on November 11th! - Chris Thiessen


Pauline Andrès is the "Lonelist Girl in Nashville"

Pauline Andrès is a real-life coal miner's daughter. Born in Paris, she has lived all over the world from Berlin to her newest home in Nashville. Now settled in Music City, Andrès is preparing to release her third LP, Fearless Heart in February 2018. The folky lead single "Loneliest Girl in Nashville" speaks to the loneliness that accompanies world travel and the pursuit of dreams. Catch Pauline Andrès in town this month at Bobby's Idle Hour (11.9.17) or Springwater Supper Club (11.24.17)! - Chris Thiessen

Margo Price has solidified her place in the country landscape

Nashville's Margo Price exploded onto the scene last year with her debut Midwest Farmer's Daughter, a country record that shared more in common with the 1960s styles of legends like Loretta Lynn and Willie Nelson than anything in the country market today. Just last month, Price released her sophomore effort All American Made to nationwide critical acclaim. From duet ballads with the aforementioned Nelson to tackling issues like the pay gap between men and women in America, Price has crafted one of the top country albums of the year, and one that only solidifies her place in the changing country landscape. - Chris Thiessen


Langhorne Slim's folky homage to horror is perfect for Halloween

Langhorne Slim, one of Nashville's leading folk artists, is releasing a horror film-themed video for his song "Zombie" just in time to satisfy your macabre desires on Halloween night. This silly love song for the undead is accompanied by a video featuring references to Horror classics from Psycho to Silence of the Lambs to Michael Jackson's "Thriller". Be sure to share the video with your costumed compadres tonight, and catch Langhorne Slim live at Grimey's on November 10th! - Chris Thiessen


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