Yes, it's true. Pop music is taking over Nashville, and Kid Politics are going to be one of it's leaders. While this is a relatively new band, Nashville Offbeat didn't think about that while watching their set on Wednesday, June 14. They performed as though they had been together for years, with tight rhythms and great stage chemistry. Lead singer, Kelby, kept the audience engaged with his uninhibited vocals and dance moves, while bassist, Diego, and drummer, Michael, held a rhythm that kept everyone in the room moving! This band is going places, and you might want to go see them live before tickets to their shows are hundreds of dollars! You can check out their latest single, "Did It Anyway," on Spotify and follow them on Facebook for more show dates!
Her latest single, “Calm Rage” sent shivers down my spine when I first heard it. The raw intensity of the lyrics paired with the cinematic style of production immediately flooded my mind with images that should be found only in a Hollywood thriller.
As we grow up, we evolve. We become stronger and smarter, we experience life for the good and the bad, and eventually we give in to our authentic selves and become "Who We Are."
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"I never want to create music that does not make people feel free. My hope and prayer is that people, no matter their background, can listen to my music and not only relate, but feel inspired and know there is hope."
Our good friends at Anchor Publicity just surpassed their two-year anniversary! That's right. They have been building bridges and helping artists for an entire two years now.
Abbey Moss is the spooky glam rock you never you knew you needed in the middle of July.
Featuring: Meditator (Progressive Metalcore), Pepper Said (Rock/Pop), Center Must Hold (Heavy Metal)
Sometimes I feel like the indie-folk scene isn’t something that everyone can get on board with, but ‘The Sinner’ is a universal hit for all to enjoy.
30-second impressions of the latest from Sophia Brand, Mark Henes and Lost Stars