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Photo courtesy of All Them Witches Bandcamp Story by Max Leach / Contributing Writer  In a generation defined by bumping 808s and bass drops, one can easily be convinced that rock ‘n’ roll as we once knew it has faded out of relevance. Rightfully so, as most rock bands (think Greta Van Fleet) nowadays seem …

Photo courtesy of Pinegrove’s Bandcamp Story by Hayden Goodridge / Contributing Writer  The opening lines of “Skylight” resemble a new mission statement for Pinegrove’s lead singer, Evan Stephens Hall: “I draw a line in my life / Singing this is the new way I behave now.” Though the record was written and recorded a year …

Photo courtesy of Time Magazine Story by Enrique Geronimo / Contributing Writer  For those who were alive when Nirvana’s “Nevermind” was released, it must seem like a lifetime ago – and for Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, who only lived to be 27, it would be a lifetime. Today marks 27 years since Nirvana’s breakthrough album …

Photos and story by Enrique Geronimo / Contributing Writer  Johnny Guitar’s Music Institute has an event every year called Johnnaroo, and this year was special, as it marked the 10th annual Johnnaroo. Johnnaroo has been held in Murfreesboro since 2008, and while it has changed locations on several occasions, the crowd seems to have gotten …

Photo courtesy of BUST Magazine Story by Max Leach / Contributing Writer Ezza Rose doesn’t want to tell you that no means no because she knows she shouldn’t have to. Her newest album, entitled “No Means No,” will compel you to listen to what she has to say whether you like it or not. Getting …

Photo courtesy of The Vinyl Factory Story by Robert Dial / Contributing Writer This Friday, “Piano and a Microphone 1983,” the first posthumous Prince album, finally saw the light of day. When Prince passed away in 2016 at the age of 57, fans were told that he had many recordings still unreleased. This is the first …