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Those Darlins + King Khan & BBQ Show @ Exit/In (11/11/09)


Those Darlins are at it again! Seems like these ladies can't be stopped, and they don't show signs of doing so anytime soon. First they team up with The Black Lips and now they join forces with power duo King Khan & BBQ Show. Tonight (11/11) is going to be one of the best rock shows Nashville has seen in a while, and you don't want to miss it. The smooth country/rock/garage musings of the Darlins is going to mesh beautifully with the expiremental garage rock of the amazing King Khan. Trust us, there is NOTHING better happening on a Wednesday night. Ever.


Show Review: Trans-Am Radio, Leach, Goodnight Anthem and 2AM Club @ The End

Trans AM Radio

Sunday nights in Nashville are a hard battle to fight under any circumstances, and this was no exception. Just to get it out of the way,Goodnight Anthem and 2AM Club are touring bands not endorsed by Pitchfork, so as expected there weren't a ton of people. The Goodnight Anthem were a pop-punk quartet, syrupy thick with the elements that define said genre. They had a ton of fun onstage and were quite effective at working the room, but overall the band wasn't anything too special. They are super young though, so time could tell on that one.

The 2AM club visually defined the word "douchebag", and their overwhelmingly diva-esque actions during the course of the night backed it up. The players were quite skilled themselves; notably the drummer who held super solid grooves and had just the right amount of flash in his playing, but the unfortunate vocalists ruined their efforts. There was some element of vocal skill, but the Linkin Park rapper/singer approach resulted, oddly, in a New Kids On the Block sound that was overwhelmingly unappealing. All in all, it's relatively sure that they'll get some small modicum of success at some point, but honestly it was pretty awful.

Local band Leach was refreshingly impressive, with a garage-y pop rock sound a la early Weezer. This was their debut outing, and they were extremely tight and showed a writing and performing penchant rare even in seasoned local acts. Look for more from these guys. Closing the show wereTrans-Am Radio (who generously acquiesced to the demands of the touring bands and closed the show on short notice), who kicked out some straightforward blues rock jams that were pleasing to the ears as much as their high energy performance was to the eyes. The guitarist moves in december, so be sure to catch TAR while you still can. -Jesse Baker


The Deli's DIY Live Listings: 11/9 - 11/14

Those Darlins

This is a weekly entry that highlights some of the artists who posted their upcoming shows in our show listing section (right hand side column of this page). Any band can promote their show in The Deli's DIY Live Show Listings section for free.

Wednesday 11/11: Xpia and Craggy Knoll @ Betty's Grill

Those Darlins @ Exit/In

Friday 11/13: Tom House, Dirtbot, D. Striker, and Power/Load (AC/DC Cover Band) @5 Spot

Wooly Mamas @ The Boro

Saturday 11/14: Xpia, Thelma and The Sleaze, and Zopticon @ Springwater


New Turbo Fruits Music Video - Naked With You

Check out the newest music video from Turbo Fruits. Motorcycles, grainy film, crazy Japanese stuff...It may not make too much sense, but it sure looks cool.


YEAH- Youth Empowerment Through Arts & Humanities

Check this out. YEAH is a completely non-profit organization dedicated to helping young Nashville musicians and artists nurture their talent in an effort to make sure good music prevails in Music City and it's surrounding areas. Awesome stuff, we've never really had anything like this before.


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