Baggs tore the roof off of RouteNote with their insatiable session (video)

Get the tasty sound of Baggs’ grunge powered riffs down you for an emotional, fuzzy dinner of delicious songs. Baggs have carved their own new path out of a sound that was set long along…

RouteNote Exclusive Interview: Churchyard

Churchyard are the pop-grunge band currently making waves across Nashville, Tennessee. Said by local critic to be “fast approaching the femme fronted Nashville garage rock throne” the four-piece have just released their eponymous debut album…

Mellifluous – Thoughts and Memories

Live sounding, grungy garage rock: vocal overtones that sound a bit like Kurt Cobain in his more vulnerable moments, with a wobbly Elliot Smith guitar doing the bulk of the work. Picture yourself in a…

Tabb’s Arcade – Under the Stars

Loose, bluesy, indie rock in a style mixing influences from both modern and (to me) 1970’s Neil Diamond, Rod Stewart sounds. The singer’s voice in particular reminds me of ‘The Rod’ at times. As a…