Music blog No Country For New Nashville sits down with your favorite artists from Nashville and beyond.
We sat down with Alanna Quinn-Broadus and Matt Snow of Alanna Royale to talk the bands beginnings, their new record Achilles, and a scary turn of events that could have ended the band. Sit back with us, and enjoy two of the most fun loving musicians in Nashvilles local indie scene!
Superdrag / Lees Of Memory
We sat down with rocker John Davis and grammy award winner producer Nick Raskulinecz to talk about 90s alt-rockers Superdrag, subsequent side projects, and the formation of the new shoegazers Lees Of Memory. The band also premiered a new track Reenactor from their upcoming Sisyphus Says which releases on September 16th.
We sat down with Ben Elkins of ELEL to talk basketball, philosophy, inspirations, and the creation of one of Nashvilles hottest indie pop bands. Ben also performs acoustic versions of Change My World and the title track from ELELs upcoming debut release Geode.
We sit down with Daniel James of Canon Blue to talk past work, inspiration, and collaborations (including a guest appearance by Casper Clausen of Efterklang)! Also, find out when you can expect something new from Canon Blue.
We sit down to chat with Grayson Proctor and Logan Purdom from Nashville electro-rockers Vinyl Thief. This episode explores food, fashion, influences, touring, loss, love, and the debut of their single Compact from their upcoming full length Fathoms.
JT Daly of Paper Route
No Country For New Nashville chats with JT Daly, frontman of Nashville-based indie rock group Paper Route. In addition to his band, JT is an accomplished composer, producer, and visual artist.
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This is a great podcast. I'm really excited for future episodes. The host has a natural on-air cadence and a nice, listen-able personality.