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Kwesi K Album Release Show at Boot and Saddle April 19th

From soulful and simple tales of American heritage, to roots rock filled with melodic fervor, Kwesi K has been drawing people in with his colorful storylines and carving his niche in folk music. His latest EP Lovely dropped this week and has already been receiving a plentiful amount of praise for its smooth lyrics and musicianship. So Kwesi, and his band which features the likes of seasoned musicians Ross Bellenoit and Jaron Olevsky, have much to celebrate during tomorrow’s release party at Boot & Saddle. The show will also feature the atmospheric folk music of Maitland, and Anthony D’Amato. Boot & Saddle, 1131 S. Broad St, 8PM, $10 21+ – Bill McThrill 

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New Album: “Loosies v.2: The Midnight Salad Sessions” - Dumhi

Here was have a new mixtape from the hard working and frequent Reef The Lost Cause collaborator, Haj of Dumhi.  The laid-back mixtape from the South Philly producer features of plethora of rappers, including Skrewtape, Rich Quick, Von Pea and, naturally, Reef The Lost Cause. Stream the whole thing below.  


Weekend Roundup, RSD Edition

Between Good Friday and Easter lie ample opportunities to see some of Nashville's finest perform (twice), as well as pick up some swag, sample from food trucks, and contribute to the scrappy brick and mortars that keep independent music alive and humming.  

Saturday, April 19th:

Start the day off at Third Man Records, where you can check out  Jack White's stunt of performing, recording, pressing and selling the "Lazaretto" off his upcoming album.  The performance will start at 10am, and the single will be available for purchase by 4pm.  Additional sets by Waxed and Jawws will start at noon.  

The most logical option for your next stop is Grimey's, just about a mile down the road.  Starting at 11:30 am and going on until 7pm are performances by Lower Caves, Secret Sisters, Needtobreathe, John Oates, Promised Land Sound, PUJOL, Bully,  Ranch Ghost, Majestico, and Apache Relay. 

Since you're there, you might as well cross the street and check out 8th & Argyle's Rock'n'Roll Yard Party in honor of Record Store and Earth Day.  Vendors will be offering crafts, vinyl, and food for your perusal.  The event is schedule from 10am to 5pm.

This is where you are going to have to cross the river and find out what the East Side has to offer.  Head to The Groove to see Shy Guy, Bully, Blank Range, Nudity, Nikki Lane, Mouth Reader, and Gay Vibes; the whole show is hosted by Olivia Fancytramp.  

Go a little further up Gallatin to Fond Object's blowout, featuring Joey Plunket, The Tendoor, Buffalo Clover, Fly Golden Eagle, Kings of the F**King Sea, PromisedLand Sound, PUJOL and Misfruits. Infinity Cat and Palaver Records are also setting up pop-up shops, and this is the only event on Saturday that has a freakin' petting zoo.

If you're in Murfreesboro, Little Shop of Records has bands playing from 12-5pm, including Forrest York, Hoodoo Men, Tomato Face, That's My Kid, and Josephine and the Wildfront.  The day's performances will be recorded for a future album, "Live at the Little Shop of Records."

If you're still raring to go on Saturday night, you can catch one of these shows:

Feedback Revival, De La Torre and Swampbird at The High Watt, 8pm, $8

Tennessee Scum, Bare Knuckle and Mouth Reader at Springwater, 9pm, $5

Peaceful Warriors, Applegate Nance, Easy Roscoe and Brandon Brains at The End,9pm, $5

Juston Stens and the Get Real Gang, Richie, and Samantha Harlow at Exit/In, 8pm, $10

 

 

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NYC's Rock'n'Rollers The VeeVees become a trio on 05.02 at Pianos

With their sharp guitar riffs and pounding drums, fraught with sexy attitude and soulful edginess, Brooklyn-based The VeeVees epitomize rock ‘n roll in its most strict definition. The duo’s sound and presence will be growing by 33.3%, officially transitioning from a two-piece to a trio, since Garrett Cillo (vocals/guitar) and Andrea Belfiore (drums) are welcomimg bombshell Sophia Urista on vocals. The inaugural show is slated for May 2 at Pianos NYC, where The VeeVees will take the stage for a special hour-plus set, sharing the stage with local bluesy rockers Butchers of Sky Valley. Check out The VeeVees’ newest, “Groovin’ Swoon” - and imagine a female vocalist on it!

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Friday Feature: Album Review of kidDEAD's "Rap and Destroy"

With Record Store Day just on the horizon, here's an item worth hunting down this Saturday between Bully sets and taco breaks. #RAPCLUB stalwart kidDEAD released his debut album a few months ago, and it's an intense, quick-witted effort that demands a space in anyone's catalog.  While you might have missed his set last weekend at Tour de Fun, hang around the East Room long enough and you'll be sure to catch another.  For now, read the full review of "Rap and Destroy" HERE, and for kicks, watch this video for "Thieves" below.   -Terra James-Jura

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