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LISTEN: Purple Haired Rock Goddess Anastasia Elliot Inspires Listeners to Turn Traumas into Works of Art in Her First EDM Song, “The Shattering”

Known as the “purple haired rock goddess,” audio-visual artist Anastasia Elliot is enigmatic to say the least. Her colorfully curated style, disciplined classical training, and her ability to create an entire immersive universe of cinematic wonder, all alchemize in such a way that sets her apart from fellow artists in the indie art rock world. 

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WATCH: Erin McLendon’s ‘Sunday Crowd’ Video Unites the Congregation

Back in July — on the way to the release of her self-titled EP — Erin McLendon released “Sunday Crowd,” a song which acknowledges the skeletons even the holiest of holy rollers have in their closets.

Last Friday, McLendon dropped a new music video for “Sunday Crowd,” celebrating our differences and the common threads that unite us all.

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WATCH: Fame and Fiction Embraces the Self-Acceptance Journey with ‘Enough’

The journey for self-acceptance is a difficult one for many in the LGBTQ+ community, who often find themselves up against a society that still preaches heteronormativity.

To celebrate Pride month, Nashville-based queer rock band Fame and Fiction is here to lend a voice to those overcoming these challenges with their new music video for their 2019 single, “Enough.”

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King with a Crown: Tee Walls Takes the Throne in “Rise Up” Video

Tee Walls, the Nashville-based hip hop artist and CEO of Wall to Wall Entertainment, continues to “Rise Up” as 2022 marches on.

Walls released a new music video for his single, “Rise Up.” Shot by videographer Adam Settle, the visuals feature Walls speaking his truth, while contemplating his own destiny as king of his domain.

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PREMIERE: Feeling Blue? ‘Lavender’ from The Minks is the Remedy

Inspired by the difficult times we’ve all faced over the last couple years, The Minks‘ new single, “Lavender,” is a mantra; it’s encouragement to give yourself a little medicine and let it do its trick. 

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