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    The week days are looking a little live music-light, but the weekend will save you. 

    Wednesday (12/2)

    The New Vintage
    Like old timey American music? Woody Pines has you covered. These old soul’s rustic roots will have your ears time traveling with their vaudeville twang. Yo Ho Buffalo is local band Vessel’s, Josh Blair’s, solo project.

    Magnolia Bar
    Every Wednesday delight your vinyl spirit with Clay Baker and friends! They'll be spinning  wax featuring tunes from punk to psych to hip hop.
    The Hideaway Saloon

    Thursday (12/3)

    The New Vintage
    Bluegrass meets rock opera.The HillBenders will be picking their way through The Who’s, “Tommy”. That’s right, the same energy from the classic rock album encapsulated in banjo, mandolin, dobro, bass, and guitar.

    The Hideaway Saloon 
    A Bowling Green band with spacey guitars, dance vibes, and a tinge of folk to get your body moving.


    Friday (12/4)

    Headliners Music Hall
    You know it’s good when a band books not one, but two shows. Moon Taxi sold out their last show at Headliners, so they made themselves available for everyone’s listening pleasure both Friday and Saturday. Check out our interview with bassist, Tommy Putnam, about the two-day installment.
    Then when it couldn't get any better, it did. The Lonely Biscuits send this show over the top. They played at Lexington’s Moon Tower Music Festival over the summer; one of the best shows all day. They’re energetic, fun, and send out captivating vibes. Funk, soul, hip hop, indie, you name it these guys are blending the genre somehow into their sound. Risk it for the biscuit!

    The loveliness that is entwined in Twin Limb is something Louisville just can’t shake. They’re album, “Anything is Possible and Nothing Makes Sense,” was released mid November this year. Check out our review here!

    The New Vintage
    Cincinnati band, Automagik, labels there genre of music as “Rocky Road Ice Cream” which isn’t too far off. Rocky road offers an explosion of sugar in your mouth just like Automagik explodes in your ears. They both leave you buzzed and hyperactive. Also playing are two local staples, Kaleidico and The Foxery. Kaleidico has received a lot of buzz from their album, “Zoetic”. The album and their live performances are like a psychedelic journey through space and time; a beautiful trance. 

    Saturday (12/5)

    Headliners Music Hall
    You’ve probably already shazamed Kopecky’s ,“Talk to Me”, from 91.9, but if you need a refresher of this catchy, make-you-want-to-dance music we’ve got you. Check out our five questions with band.

    Modern Cult Records
    Six Bells features former members of Louisville’s hardcore backbone like, Coliseum. They're merging post punk with Americana. Second Story Man are no strangers to the Louisville music scene either. They’ve been around since the late 90s and they’re still going strong. Check it, check it.

    Words cannot explain the awesome strangeness that are these bands. Let’s get weird.

    Sunday (12/6)

    Headliners Music Hall
    The perfect rustic wind down. 


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