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East Nashville Underground Announces Fall Lineup

On November 16th and 17th, East Nashville Underground will once again take over The East Room, their staple venue over on Gallatin, to bring us a weekend full of rock and booze. Hosting one of their most solid lineups to date, the same ENU rules apply: lots of alcohol with the purchase of a wristband, all-you-can-eat hot dogs if you show up in a t-shirt from a previous season, and unlimited rock all weekend long, as seen in the lineup:

November 16th: Feedback Revival, Caleb Owens, Thee Japanese Schoolgirls, The Bridges, Wild Cub (headliner), Heypenny (headliner), DJ KDSML

November 17th: Buffalo Clover, Heavy Sole, Sol Cat, Billy Swayze, Kansas Bible Co. (album release), Ravello, DJ Jazzy Jazz (Brandon Jazz)

You can find all of the festival details-- including where and how to get your wristbands-- over on the official event page.

Watch Wild Cub's Video for "Drive"

Earlier this month, Wild Cub's video for "Drive" experienced a very quiet premiere over on Spin's website, but the majority of us officially took notice of the video today, when the band posted a link to the video on their Facebook page.

The video's credits read "Made by Fort Ripper," meaning the talented, Portland-based duo, Marc and Karina Ripper, had a lot to do with bringing this video to life. "Drive" captures a love story shot in Portland, Oregon and along Cannon Beach, the same beach that sculpted nearly all of my childhood (pre-Nashville) summers. This black and white love vignette makes me want to go back next summer just to create sexier, more-romantic memories there.

Special shout-out to the actors in the video for walking through the ocean so nonchalantly and braving hypothermia, by the way-- that water never gets warmer than "iceberg cold." —Brianne Turner


Wild Cub Offer Full Stream Of Debut LP, "Youth"

Shortly after playing at this year's Bonnaroo festival, synth-soaked electropop duo Wild Cub have seemed to catch fire. Recently announced as one of the bands on Soundland's 2012 lineup and landing a spot on our ultra-prestigous Artist Of the Month poll, Wild Cub have now found their debut album, Youth, being given the full-stream treatment over at MTV Hive, where film composer-turned-indie band frontman, Keegan DeWitt, reminisces about being a teenager (because: MTV) and talks about how he and bandmate Jeremy Bullock recorded the upbeat and dance-friendly Youth in their home studio.

If you've missed Wild Cub's recent local shows, they will be playing the Nashville Cream anniversary party at the High Watt on August 25th. For more tour dates and the chance to grab a pre-order of Youth (out on August 14th), visit their Bandcamp page. —Brianne Turner


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