Sound & Shape frontman and guitarist Ryan Caudle speaks about adjusting the recording process post-COVID and returning to the road after two years.
After a stint in The Bandoliers, Vines reintroduces himself as a solo artist steeped in the influence of the region’s Americana legacy with flashes of alternative and indie rock.
This Sunday, January 20, go to Church Girls or the devil will get you!
Between their Revolver-esque vocals and their faithfully trippy guitar/drum combo, The Rotten Mangos take listeners back to the Summer of Love, if the summer of 1967 occurred in present-day Austin, Texas. On Tuesday, January 23, the psychedelic group will play at The Nick in Birmingham.
Part noise pop, part performance art, A Place Both Wonderful and Strange explore the dark and mysterious through their composition and delivery. Drawing inspiration from the work of director David Lynch, the metaphysical artists come to The Nick on August 15.
New York’s Swanky Tiger carries on the best parts of ‘80s sleaze and hard rock while forging ahead with the vitality of a modern band. They’ve got guts, a new EP called Mechanical Nightmares, and a date at The Nick on July 26.
Nashville’s Sweettalker brings riffy rock n’ roll to The Nick this Saturday. Since forming in 2015,the band has already released a few attention-grabbing singles, including their first success, “Jenny.”
Jackson rockers Empty Atlas play The Nick on July 1. Drawing for Greek Mythology, Mississippi storytelling, and a few contemporary influences, the group will perform material from their new album, Hestia.
Brooklyn folk/punk rocker Radiator King plays The Nick tonight. We speak with singer Adam Silvestri about the writing, the psychedelic vibes of the latest album, and his native Boston.
Atl’s Hylton is the consummate traveling artist, racking up 200 gigs per year. He’s been through a lot on the road: good times, bad times, even a few he may not remember. His latest tour brings his experiential storytelling to The Nick on April 22.