Come on down to The Basement on 8th Avenue South tonight and get your groove on with Vitek, Hanzelle and Phin. Vitek is a Nashville band who’s name and reputation is quickly gaining momentum among the local scene and beyond. With an unique, electro-pop sound fueled by catchy beats and synth, and even a wailing sax, Vitek is sure to have you bustin’ a move.
Opening up this beautiful summer evening are two more hometown bands, Hanzelle and Phin. With a lineup like this, The Basement is likely to turn into a full on dance party, so trust us when we say you do not want to miss out. Doors are at 8:00PM and the shindig starts at 9:00PM. Tickets are $5 at the door.
Start your weekend early and come on out tomorrow night to The Stone Fox in West Nashville to see The Lonely Wild. We at Cause A Scene are thrilled to be bringing you the LA-based quintet who’s lyrical depth, combined with their superior instrumental arrangements and versatile vocal dynamics yield a rare musical persona that is shaking up the indie rock circuit.
They are also sure to shake things up in Nashville tomorrow night. The band’s live stage presence has garnered them a rapid and steady buzz as they tour across the US in promotion of their first full-length album, The Sun As It Comes, which released just last month. Having been described by American Songwriter as possessing “an anthemic sound — equal parts western, southern and something not quite defined by geographic adjectives,” you will not want to miss your chance to see these guys on their stop through Nashville.
To top off what is sure to be a spectacular evening of music in West Nashville, we will be treated with the music of two local acts. Little Bandit is a hometown country quintet who’s music contains a modern, folk edge. Along with Birmingham, AL natives, Banditos, who’s sound is a gritty blend of southern grunge-rock and honky tonk, these two bands will certainly flesh out a an excellent bill for the evening. Tickets can be purchased for $7 at the door. Show starts at 9:00 PM.
The Lonely Wild- ‘Buried In The Murder’ (Live at The Echo in Los Angeles)
Following on the heels of an incredible show last week, Cause A Scene would like to invite you back out to The High Watt tonight for another evening of excellent music. This time we are lucky enough to be presenting a bill that truly showcases all the talent this town has to offer, with four bands that call Tennessee home. Headlining the evening is Phantom Farmer, a Nashville songwriter with a voice whose deep resonance boasts country roots and possesses a haunting and hollow identity. Add to that songwriting that draws influence from genres spanning indie, folk and even southern gospel and you have a sound that makes Phantom Farmer a one of a kind Nashville act.
Also playing this evening, are thee bands who hold deep southern roots, both in their music and their origins. The Kernal is a Jackson,TN-based singer-songwriter whose music draws influence from jazz to honky tonk, creating a uniquely “Tennessee” sound that is sure to sound at home in the heart of Nashville. Barlow, KY native, turned Nashville resident, Kelsey Waldon and the Nashville band Erin Rae & The Meanwhiles will be rounding out a fantastic lineup and a great night of music at The High Watt on Cannery Row. Tickets can be purchased here for $8. Doors are at 8:00PM. Show starts at 9:00PM.
Phantom Farmer- ‘Fountain of Youth’ (Live at Music City Roots/Nashville, TN)
The Kernal- ‘Mind Control’
Kelsey Waldon- ‘Fixin’ It Up Mama’ (Live at The Basement/Nashville, TN)