The “interstellar” jazz group known as the Cosmic Collective is coasting behind a new album called Self-Titled, a record filled with an eclectic array of innovative sounds. These atmospheric rarities are dreamy fusions of electronica, […]
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On Saturday April 13, 2019 waves of independent record stores worldwide will celebrate the most traditional way to listen to recorded music – the vinyl record.
A. T. Branch, Detroit born, Nashville-based, up and coming artist, performs a live studio acoustic performance of his original song, “Wrong,” (co-written with Joey Ebach) accompanied by Aubrey Shamel and Abigail Johnson.
On April 19, Boro Fondo will kick off its seventh festival. The bike tour brings a colorful community of cyclists together to experience local music and art. Throughout the festival, participating cyclists get to witness a series of electrifying live performances from some of the best bands in Murfreesboro.
Last month, The Murfreesboro Pulse helped me get in touch with Taiisha Bradley, the organizer of an upcoming Hot Chicken and Art Showcase featuring a mix of artists, food, and special guests…including Big V of Nappy Roots!
First, there was fire. What followed next wasn’t just ash. Instead, the curtains stayed open, and Greg Holden used his charred fingers to fuel the engine of his new album, World War Me.
Building a vinyl record collection is easy; buy what you like and just enjoy them. I get common questions from close friends and peers about record players and how to take care of vinyl records. It’s nothing too complicated, but it’s a little overwhelming at first. So, I compiled a small list of 3 guides that I think are perfect for newbies.
Here’s a quick look at 3 different posts for beginners who are trying to get into audio production. I assure you, this list will grow with the blog in time. These guides are a primer for future posts that will reach deeper into other branches of audio.
This morning, the Black Keys announced the dates for their 2019 tour, which lists several shows spanning from Las Vegas to Vancouver, BC. Modest Mouse is tagged on every show on the list, and Repeat […]
Jaylene Hall is a talented musician, actress, and model. She’s also the host of Captivating Creators, and in her eyes, every creator has a powerful story to tell.
Sour Intergalactic Breadcrumbs…Yum T he Cosmic Collective left a big footprint in the sands of time, and we’re just steps away from their new album, which drops on March 15th. With just a week away, […]
The Black Keys – “Lo/Hi” After five years, The Black Keys are back in business. It’s been a while since we’ve heard the fuzzy thump of their alternative blues rock. This time, they’re back with […]
Are you just getting started in the wide world of music production Don’t fall into these 5 traps!
There isn’t a pastime quite as enjoyable as collecting vinyl records from eras long past. The rock n’ roll records that came out of the 60s and 70s are considered some of the most important […]
SXSW is approaching fast and Highlark Magazine is gearing up to head out to the music festival filled week again this year. With an extensive artist exhibition roster; we decided to narrow down the lengthy list and ask our staff who they’re excited to see on the list this year. Here’s some talent they’re referring and some 10-second reasons why.
Wild Bill See, Joshua F. Smith and Savannah Wheatley are the Jackillacs. Their recently released sophomore album, Many Hats, stands on a hilltop where blues, country and garage-rock cross paths. The band promotes itself as an Americana band “from the hills of Tennessee.”
Live from WMTS 88.3, MTSU’s campus radio station – Goosehonk. Watch for yourself to learn about the honk of the town.
Highland Kites is kick-starting the beginning of a new event series in Nashville that will feature indie artists. The ultimate goal is to create a more intimate setting for artists and fans.
The emotional impact of Moda Spira’s new music video will blow a crater-sized pit in your heart this Valentine’s Day.
In this article, I dispel some of the scientific attempts at explaining the perceived decline in music quality over the last 64 years.
Ouch, Pitchfork. That’s a sharp headline… Granted, I’m not a big Weezer fan. Nevertheless, I question whether or not they deserve this brutal article written by Pitchfork.com. Listen to Teal, read below, and decide for yourselves. If […]
Three of the most prolific groups in hip-hop are hitting the UK with a tour this May.