Apogee Promotions presents
Air Ralley, Lemondrop, Jackson Aide
One Cannery Row
Nashville, TN, 37203
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 7:30 PM
This event is 18 and over
NO COAST formed in Spring 2017 with Belmont students Tate Gardner (Producer, Songwriter and keyboardist) and Manny Pyka (Singer, Songwriter, Guitar) and soon added guitarist Tanner Jaksa as well as multi-instrumentalist Grant Moore. NO COAST's fun mix of electronic, pop style of songwriting and rock vocals are ready to take the burgeoning Nashville indie scene by storm with their Debut single followed by their second single "Mars". Their debut EP will be out February 2019.
"Nashville’s mix of what it means to blend together genre boundaries."-Xune Magazine
-"Reminds of a cross between Cut Copy and The Shins - reaffirming this act’s knack for accessible and tightly wound hook-driven efforts."-Obscure Sound
- "No Coast are aiming to add to the list of great musicians and bands to hail from the state. The quartet create some hidden gems with their infectious Indie-Pop sounds" - It's All Indie
-Stay tuned -
Originating from Northern Indiana, songwriter Kevin Campbell started an indie rock band currently based out of Nashville, Tennessee. Air Ralley has been influenced by artists such as U2, Relient K, Colony House, Switchfoot, and many others. Air Ralley released their first E.P. Oh, How Your Mind Wanders in 2016 under the guidance of Underoath drummer, Aaron Gillespie.
Jackson Aide's influences ranging from folk-rock to pop-electronic with the angst of a singer-songwriter lyricist that paints a picture of a broken-hearted poet and his notebook, takes a new-age approach to crafting songs that leave the listener with a promontory dreamlike state without drowning them in over-dramatized production. Aides style: a "folk-rock-electronic-pop-art" mused artist with a wink of self-awareness that leans gently against a fashionable nod to pop culture.
The debut LP, titled L O V E, defines the relationship between two lovers with the world drifting beneath their feet and the trail of disenchantment that comes with the idea of heartbreak. It mimics Tom Petty's Damn The Torpedoes during the upbeat moments, and rattles and hums a quick distinction to his idol Bob Dylan during acoustic ballads, with come-on sing-along anthemic antics that replicate the energy of a young Bruce Springsteen. Lyrically Aide paints his picture full of themes, colors, and characters which can be experienced visually within the record's artwork. Aide himself does everything in-house. The songwriting, the lyrics, the art-work, the aesthetic, this is an image he crafted for himself.
Jackson Aide's craft isn’t just a songwriter, producer, or a poet. Aide himself wants to be an artist in its purest form, the inventive genius. This type of mindset is only for gamblers, but if it runs true, Jackson Aide will be a voice of perspective that evocatively speaks for generations to come.
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