Weekend Spin: Music to start your weekend with

Weekend Spin: Music to start your weekend with


Rachel Sage – Try Try Try

Rachel Sage takes her love of dance and translate it to up-tempo folk magic. This quirky track is infused with personality, setting itself apart with the unique infusion of violin and electric guitar, for an experience that is entirely fresh on the ears. Featuring musicians that play in bands like Coldplay, Adele, Esperanza Spalding and Brandi Carlile’s bands… it’s no wonder there’s such an incredible focus on the spunky instrumentation. It will earworm it’s way into your head while getting your body grooving. Be sure to check out her album Choreographic, on May 20th.


Larkin Poe – Trouble In Mind

This attitude fueled track is an ebulation of electric guitars and earth shattering drums. It climbs inside your head, becoming unforgettable in a mere instant, and makes you want to mess some shit up. Vocals tumble over one another, one waterfall melody to the next, gathering an incessant momentum that forces you to move. Vibrant and loud, it’s exactly what you need to slay this weekend. Larkin Poe will be hitting the stage at 12th and Porter on May 6th, right here in Nashville.


Margo Price – Desperate and Depressed

Margo Price is taking over the world. She’ll be performing on SNL this Saturday, April 9th, and just broke a record by being the first solo female with a debut record in the top ten Billboard charts WITHOUT a charting single on the radio. Another clear sign that times are a’changin’.  This live performance was recorded live last month at Pandora’s Discovery Den at SXSW in Austin, and it’s a MUST LISTEN. If you’re not already obsessed with her, you’re going to be after this. Margo is performing a sold out show at Third Man Records on April 13th, if you’re lucky enough to have a ticket.



Mountain Heart – Blue Skies

The perfect introduction to the weekend, the airy Blue Skies has every element of a positivity inducing chill out session on your front porch. Their distinct blugrass meets pop-folk sound is wrapped up in punchy violins and wandering banjo – but that’s only the beginning. They’ve crafted a carefree sound that makes you want to lose yourself on a beautiful summer day. On a track filled with instrumental surprises and robust, sunny charisma, this is the tune that’s going to sail you right on through your Sunday and prepare you for whatever comes next. Their new album, Blue Skies, comes out on May 6th and their hitting The Station Inn on April 22nd. Don’t miss them!

You can listen to Blue Skies on Rolling Stone Country here.

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  1. […] channels their distinct voice. Their newest single, Trouble In Mind, found it’s way to my Weekend Spin list just a week ago and still remains in rotation on that Spotify […]

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