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Jon Worthy debuts indie rock LP "Only A Dream"

For those of you who love Cage the Elephant, original member Lincoln Parish has collaborated with and produced a new artist breaking into the Nashville indie scene: Jon Worthy. From the driving and swinging "You Drive Me Insane" to the sing-along "So Alive", Only A Dream is full of energy and life. "Take a deep breath, you'll be just fine / Hold your head up / Give yourself some time," Worthy offers with optimism. Check out "You Drive Me Insane" below, and make sure to check out the whole album on Soundcloud, Spotify, and wherever else music can be found! - Chris Thiessen





Indie Rock

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Band name: 
Whalewolf
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/whalewolfmusic/
Venue name: 
The Grape Room
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Indie Rock

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19:00
Band name: 
Minor Poet
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
facebook.com/minorpoetmusic
Venue name: 
Johnny Brenda's
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MISSIONS set forth on an inner adventure on "Stay Gone"

MISSIONS are in search for their inner purpose on "Stay Gone." The Echo Park trio immerse themselves in some musical references that may sound familiar, which range from traditional Mexican folk music to tensely-coiled post-punk, to create a sound that's truly all their own. "And if I can't find my way back / I might as well stay gone," sings Christopher Clark with strong conviction, a simple declaration that's magnified by a victorious chant that makes his absence all the more felt.

"Stay Gone" is the lead-off track off of MISSIONS' latest self-titled EP, which they recently unveiled with a release show at the Satellite last week. Here's the video for the track below. Juan Rodríguez

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Buzz Alert: Torres' video of "Skim" makes The Guardian's Best of 2017 List

Torres' musical path could be used as an ideal example of what should happen to a musician who dares to move from Nashville to NYC - something she did in 2015, soon after releasing her sophomore album Sprinter. Her 2017 follow up, Three Futures, reveals a more daring artist with an uber-edgy sound that makes abundant use of synths and guitar pedals. The tracks share a claustrophobic atmosphere that seems like an unavoidable by-product of the transition from the big spaces of Music City to the "coziness" of the Big Apple. The labels took notice (the album was out on legendary 4AD), the critics applauded (Three Futures is one of the top-ranked albums on Metacritic.com with a score of 79) and the fans multiplied. And more recently, the UK newspaper The Guardian included the video for Skin (streaming below) in its Best of 2017 list. Since the release, Torres has been gigging non-stop in the US, Canada and Europe.

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