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Orchestral

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Jon Worthy brings fun country rock to Mercy Lounge 7.28

Nashville-based Jon Worthy creates the type of feel good folk-driven alternative pop-rock you can just imagine yourself listening to while driving down an empty interstate. There’s even a song about taking off called “Down The Road.” With electric guitars, harmonica, and heart-on-his-sleeve lyrics, the newest release May You Live Happily Ever After is immensely charming—and more importantly, it’s so very Nashville. His next show is July 28th, playing Mercy Lounge’s Friday Night Special. - Lilly Milman

Listen to our favorite track “Can’t Help But Feel” streaming below.





Airpark opens for Tennis at The Basement East on 8.7

Featuring previous members of The Apache Relay (the Ford Brothers), Nashville’s Airpark is a minimalistic force to be reckoned with. Their subtle, groove-driven atmospheric alt-pop is easy to listen to, but it is not garish or cheesy. It’s an ambitious project for the brothers, using a much more stripped down approach than their last project. It’s also technically demanding, as both brothers act as songwriters, multi-instrumentalists, and co-producers on the EP Early Works, Volume 1. They’ll be opening for indie pop darlings Tennis at The Basement East on August 7th. - Lilly Milman

Watch the official music video for their song “Plenty To Pine For” below.

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Sad Baxter's ‘Weirdy’ LP + tour with show at The East Room 8.4

Nashville duo Sad Baxter has come a long way since their debut EP release in 2015. While the EP (recorded live on an 8-track tape machine) showed their penchant for fast-paced grunge, their full-length LP, Weirdyproves that none of the messy, lovable aspects of their music are lost in production. In Weirdy, their guitars are even louder, their energy palpable, but their harmonies are refined (specifically seen in “The Big One,” which is featured on both projects). Sad Baxter is currently on tour, with a stop in their hometown of Nashville on August 4th at The East Room. -Lilly Milman, photograph by Caroline Bowman

Listen to our favorite track, “The Drip” streaming below. 

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