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Scott Hutchison appreciation post.
This guy has become one of my favorite songwriters over the past couple of years. He put out a solo record this week that I was really excited about, and I didn’t love it. But then by about the third listen, I couldn’t put it down. Especially this song.

Scott Hutchison appreciation post.

This guy has become one of my favorite songwriters over the past couple of years. He put out a solo record this week that I was really excited about, and I didn’t love it. But then by about the third listen, I couldn’t put it down. Especially this song.

A taste of a killer album I can’t have until the end of October. “It should be a wintry treasure,” says NME.

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East Nashville Rocks

Fairly well-researched NPR piece regarding my hood.

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This person is coming back to Nashville next week and I just rearranged a flight so I could see him. Like old times! One of the happiest, most whimsical, most mesmerizing live shows I’ve ever seen.

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Sunday soundtrack by Lily & Madeleine.

Owen Pallett: The Consummate Musician, In Conflict

Out this week.

Out today.

(Source: Spotify)

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"The Funeral" - Band of Horses, Schermerhorn Symphony Center

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Nothern Lights, as seen from the International Space Station. (via NASA)

Nothern Lights, as seen from the International Space Station. (via NASA)

Let’s all take a moment to appreciate Iceland’s contribution to the Eurovision Song Contest 2014, which made it all the way to the finals today. The guy in the purple suit is Óttarr Proppé, who is one of the members of the Icelandic Parliament representing the Bright Future Party.

If any country would roll into Eurovision covered in rainbows to sing a pop-punk children’s song about love and smiles and acceptance, it would be this one. You keep doing you, Iceland.