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Steven Mullan releases collaborative EP under Mackinac name, plays Acme on 10.21

Following his 2014 R&B album Burn, Steven Mullan has released a new collaborative EP, What You Don't Needon October 10th under the name Mackinac. Mackinac's album title track delivers a multiplex sonic mixture, assembling juicy synth pads, airy vocal harmonies, a rhythmic backdrop that adjusts in energy from section to section, and the crisp, and Steven's clear vocals. Listen to "What You Don't Need" down below, as well as the album title track for Burn, and catch Steven live at Acme Feed & Seed on October 21st. -Ashley Muniz

Cereus Bright's heartfelt video for Silver Lining after tragedy

After finishing up a tour across the states with Ages and Ages, promoting their debut album Excuses, Nashville's uplifting folk-pop five-piece band Cereus Bright found their rehearsal room and home burnt down and destroyed. In the midst of this dreadfully dark circumstance, Cereus Bright filmed a video performing the track Silver Lining in their once beautiful space, thanking everyone for their support and showing us what hope, modesty, and courage really looks like. Listening to "Silver Lining", one can't help but feel an overwhelming strength in the group's sweet, soothing vocals, as well as a passionate perserverence in each delicate pluck of a string. Watch the heartfelt video down below and get a dose of inspiration. - Ashley Muniz

Hellaphant bring high-energy punk to the International 10/29

With most tracks clocking in at the under 2 minute mark, Knoxville-based Hellaphant is proof that good things come in small pachyderms packages. The band plays high-energy, garagey punk, perfect for your parents-out-of-town party, or the next time you're vandalizing something. Check them out live at the International 10/29 with *repeat repeat and Mountains Like Wax, and in the meantime stream them below.-Olivia Sisinni

 

Ambient-Indie Rockers, Mountains Like Wax, to play the International 10/29

Mountains Like Wax deliver the Southern-tinged ambient-indie rock you didn't realize how much you wanted. The TN-based fourpiece's EP, Tetraology, hits in all the right places: serving up some quiet introspection to the tune of post-rock vibes. Check out their EP streaming below, and be sure to catch the band 10/29 at the International with *repeat repeat and Hellaphant.-Olivia Sisinni

 

Kellen of Troy's latest single + music video for "So You Found Yourself A Rockstar"

Nashville has a new indie-pop tune on its hands. But not just any indie-pop tune. Kellen of Troy's latest single, So You Found Yourself A Rockstar, speaks out for men who find themselves in a tough spot when their girlfriends turn out to be materialistic, money-grubbing women who leave them for men with a cooler, higher "status" — rockstars! Notwithstanding the heart breaking topic, Kellen Wenrich's nonchalant vocals express a calm acceptance, and his lively music video does too. Throughout the entire video, the camera pans around the room, introducing new people as they play instruments, chat about, and have a grand ol' time. Meanwhile, Kellen spontaneously appears in and out of each corner singing his tune. Everyone gets it: some people only care about one thing, so why not just let it go and party? Check out the video for "So You Found Yourself A Rockstar" down below. - Ashley Muniz

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