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COIN to Open for Neon Trees at Cannery Ballroom 7.14

Joining the likes of other white-hot emerging Nashville bands, COIN is capitalizing on their 90s childhoods (and obvious love of synth,) and stepping out onto the national stage with plenty of grassroots-feuled momentum. 

The 4-piece crew released their debut self-titled album last month and have already climbed to #5 on our "Popular Locals" list. Their dynamic combination of pop and electrorock is infectious, with ridiculously catchy hooks and danceable tempos. 

Fresh off a stint with Betty Who, the boys are hopping on tour with new wave chart-toppers Neon Trees, then indie dance rockers Walk the Moon. 

COIN and Neon Trees, along with new romantic revivalists ,Fictionist, will be stopping by Cannery Ballroom on Tuesday, 7.14. Grab your tickets here before they're gone!
Until then, watch COIN's (rather dangerous) video for their single "Run." -Caroline Bowman


COIN Release New Single "Run"

Check out this brand spanking new single from indie-rock outfit COIN. The song was released in conjunction with their mini-tour supporting Grizfolk kicking off January 29th.  "Run" is a bright, pop number about being young and bullheaded. Their debut album is due out this June; produced by Jay Joyce, it's sure to capture the synth-driven energy that has built COIN's reputation thus far. Keep up with the COIN crew at www.thisiscoin.com.



The Deli Nashville and Apple Road Present... Take Over the Press: Favorite Songs

Last night at our show featuring Milktooth, The Gills, and Vinyl Thief, Apple Road and The Deli Nashville teamed up to give you the chance to tell us your thoughts about the Nashville music scene and take over the blog for a day! With the ballots tallied, we give you... The Deli Nashville and Apple Road Present... Take Over the Press!

In the first category, we present to you your choices for the "Favorite Song By Local Artist" category, complete with a Spotify playlist* of your choices.

Spotify playlist: The Deli Nashville & Apple Road: Take Over the Press
The Young International, "Vampire"
*repeat repeat, "12345678" [stream here]
Natural Blonde, "30th Street"
Justin Kalk Orchestra, "Pancakes & Syrup" [stream here]
The Gills, "Let's Get Together"
The JAG, "White Horse"
The Features, "Golden Comb"
Peter Terry & the City Profits, "Stripper Song"
Milktooth, "In My Blood"
The JAG, "Talk At Me"
Mikky Ekko, "Pull Me Down"
Daniel Ellsworth & the Great Lakes, "Shoe Fits"
The Gills, "Summer Lovin'"
Milktooth, "The Gate"
Milktooth, "O Laredo!"
The Joy Of Painting, "Dontchu Wanna" [out May 21st on Tender Age EP. Stream here.]
Sexx, "Top Down" [stream here]
The Gills, "Keep Holding On"
COIN, "It's Okay"
Milktooth, "Billie Jean"
Cherub, "Roxxy"

*Songs not available on Spotify are featured in the links provided.

COIN Releases "Atlas" From Forthcoming Album, 1992

Yesterday electro-pop four-piece, COIN, released their newest single a day early as a gift to fans for getting the band to 1992 likes on Facebook, a numeric tribute to their new album, also titled 1992. "Atlas" marks the first release from the album and is, according to the band, a song about Y2k.

You can add "Atlas" as well as the rest of the songs from 1992 to your music library one week from today on May 2nd at 12th & Porter, where the band will host their album release show. The gig will be COIN's first live performance since February and marks our first chance to hear some of their newest songs live.

If you'd like a shot at getting the record for free, rumor has it that showing up to the show early will work to your favor. You can catch all of the show details here. In the meantime, you can grab "Atlas" as well as COIN's fantastic debut EP, Saturdays, over at NoiseTrade. –Brianne Turner


East Nashville Underground Announces Winter Lineup

Just in time to commemorate the sudden and somewhat painful temperature drop outside, the East Nashville Underground crew have announced their winter lineup. The shows will take place on Friday, February 15th and Saturday, February 16th, so whether you're taken or single, this is your best chance to dance off your post-Valentine's Day haze.

Friday Night
Vinyl Thief
All Them Witches
Alanna Royale
Machines Are People Too (headliner)
Magnolia Sons (headliner)
Cult Logic
DJ Rate (from Boom Bap)

Saturday Brunch Day Show
The Static Trees
Jon Byrd
Waterfall Wash
KS Rhoads (headliner)
Colorfeels (headliner)
Frances & The Foundation Hanzelle

Saturday night
Golden Spurs
Tesla Rossa
James Wallace & The Naked Light (headliner)
MOON TAXI (headliner)
The Wans D
J That Guy! (Kory Schalm)

Wristbands for the full weekend are $25 and can be purchased this way. If the anticipation is just too much to bear, you can get started a little early at the High Watt on February 11th for the ENU edition of 8 Off 8th.


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