Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Month in Music: October 2016

  If Commodore Quake just isn’t your thing or you’re hungry for live music after the 21st, here are six concerts before the end of...

Hustler Reviews: Danny Brown Goes Wild on Atrocity Exhibition

In 2012, Kendrick Lamar seemingly turned hip-hop conventions upside down with the release of his smash hit single “Swimming Pools (Drank).” On the surface,...

Lights on the Lawn 2016 marks another successful year

Despite the lackluster line-up, LOTL still managed to draw hundreds and raise thousands

“Bridges, Not Walls” Poetry Symposium

This Monday and Tuesday, visiting poets Laurie Ann Guerrero, Rigoberto González and Natalie Diaz joined forces to represent the “Bridges, Not Walls” poetry symposium....

The Temper Trap thrills at 3rd and Lindsley

On Sunday, October 9th, The Temper Trap brought a diverse crowd of fans to 3rd and Lindsley. Throughout the show they catered to their audience, delivering...

Looking at the small scale music scene in Nashville

With all due respect to the Ryman, Ascend Amphitheater and other large-scale venues, the raw music spirit that so often characterizes Nashville lives on...

Greenberg at Green Hills: Deepwater Horizon

Anchors (Out of Four): When the BP oil rig Deepwater Horizon blew out in the spring of 2010, the majority of that summer’s news coverage...

Lights on the Lawn lets you rave for a cause

  For those who are attending Friday’s Lights on the Lawn concert on Alumni Lawn, most are considering which neon top to wear or if...