17 Years Old…

This kid is good… Real good.  His rhyme 4 minutes in is just plain phenom.  THERE IS CURSING in this song so be forewarned.

Joey Bada$$ feat. CJ Fly – Hardknock

 

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Jack White – Love Interruption(Fan Video)

Who is your favorite?

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BUWEISER®/WRLT Made in Nashville SWEEPSTAKES – OFFICIAL RULES

BUWEISER®/WRLT Made in Nashville SWEEPSTAKES – OFFICIAL RULES

 

1.     No purchase necessary.
2.     To enter, go to www.lightning100.com and follow the online instructions to complete and submit an online entry or be the correct caller per the on-air call-in contest instructions provided on WRLT-FM.  Neither the sponsor nor any of its agencies are responsible for interrupted, malfunctioned, lost, late, incomplete, or misdirected calls.  All materials submitted become the property of Anheuser-Busch, LLC and none will be returned.
3.     Sweepstakes begins at 12:00 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time (“EDT”) on July 17th, 2013.  Sweepstakes ends at 11:59 p.m. EDT on July 24th, 2013.  For an official copy of the rules, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Budweiser/WRLT Made in Nashville Sweepstakes, c/o Tuned In Broadcasting, 401 Church Street, 30th Floor, Nashville, TN 37219.  Limit one request per envelope.  Requests must be received by July 22, 2013.
4.     Neither Sponsor nor any of its agencies are responsible for lost, late, misdirected, unintelligible, illegible, postage due, stolen, returned, or undelivered, entries, mail or e-mail, or for lost, interrupted or unavailable satellite, network, server, Internet Service Provider (ISP), website, or other connections availability, accessibility or traffic congestion, miscommunications, failed computer, network, telephone, satellite or cable hardware or software or lines, or technical failure, or jumbled, scrambled, delayed, or misdirected transmissions, computer hardware or software malfunctions, failures or difficulties, or other errors of any kind whether human, mechanical, electronic or network.  Persons who tamper with or abuse any aspect of sweepstakes, or website, or violate website’s Terms of Service, as solely determined by Sponsor, will be disqualified.  Sponsor is not responsible for any incorrect or inaccurate information whether caused by website users, tampering, hacking, or by any of the programming or equipment associated with or used in this sweepstakes, and assumes no responsibility for any errors, omission, deletion, interruption or delay in operation or transmission or communication line failure, theft or destruction or unauthorized website access.  Sponsor is not responsible for injury or damage to participants or any other persons, computer or property related to or resulting from participating in this sweepstakes.  Should any portion of sweepstakes be, in Sponsor’s sole opinion, compromised by virus, worms, bugs, non-authorized human intervention or other causes which, in sole opinion of Sponsor, corrupt or impair administration, security, fairness or proper play of this sweepstakes, or submission of entries, Sponsor reserves right at its sole discretion to suspend, modify, or terminate sweepstakes, and randomly select winners from valid Internet entries received prior to action taken and mail-in entries.  In event of a dispute regarding entries received from multiple users having same e-mail account, authorized subscriber of e-mail account used to enter will be deemed to be entrant, the winner, and must comply with these rules.  Authorized account subscriber is natural person who is assigned e-mail address by Internet Service Provider (ISP), on-line service provider, or other organization responsible for assigning e-mail addresses.  All materials submitted become the property of Anheuser-Busch, Inc. and none will be returned.
5.     Prizes will be awarded in a random drawing to be held on or about July 25th, 2013 from all eligible entries received by the station, whose decision is final.  Winners will be notified by email or telephone.  Prize is non-transferable and no substitutions allowed but sponsors reserve the right to substitute prize with prize of equal or greater value.
6.     All prizes will be awarded (time permitting).  Odds of winning depend upon the number of eligible entries received.  Any prize notification or prize returned to the sponsor or its agencies as undeliverable will result in disqualification and the awarding of an alternative winner (time permitting).  Winners must be 21 years of age or older and will be required to complete, sign, notarize and return an affidavit of eligibility and liability release within five (5) days of prize notification.  Winner’s guest must be 21 years of age or older as of the end date of the sweepstakes and may be required to complete, sign, notarize and return an affidavit of eligibility and liability release within five (5) days of prize notification.  Failure to do so will result in disqualification of winner.
7.     Sweepstakes is open to TN residents 21 years of age or older, except employees and their families of the WRLT, Anheuser-Busch, LLC, their affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising and promotion agencies, wholesalers and individual retail licensees.  This sweepstakes is void where prohibited by law and subject to federal, state and local regulations.  Taxes on prizes, if any, are the responsibility of the individual winner.
8.     Acceptance of the prize offered constitutes permission to use the winner’s name, biographical information and/or likeness for the purpose of advertising and promotion without further compensation to the winner.
9.     By accepting a prize, winner agrees to release and hold sponsors harmless from any and all losses, damages, rights, claims and actions of any kind resulting from acceptance, possession or use of any prize, including without limitation, personal injuries, death and property damage.  By participating in this sweepstakes, participants agree to be bound by all the Official Rules of this sweepstakes.
10.  Grand Prizes (15):  One pair of tickets to the Budweiser Made in Nashville concert at Marathon Music Works in Nashville, Tennessee on July 26th, 2013. Transportation, taxes, gratuities or other expenses not specified herein are solely the winner’s responsibility.  Approximate Retail Value (“ARV”):  $50.00.  If a winner cannot accept prize as specified by sponsor, prize will be forfeited and awarded to an alternate winner (time permitting).  Total ARV of all prizes is $750.00.  Any difference between stated value and actual value will not be awarded.
11.   For the names of the winners, send a self addressed, stamped envelope by September 26, 2013 to: Budweiser/WRLT Made in Nashville Sweepstakes, c/o Tuned In Broadcasting, 401 Church Street, 30th Floor, Nashville, TN 37219.

 

Ó 2013 Anheuser-Busch, Budweiser® Beer, St. Louis, MO

 

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Coldplay release their first comic series

Really?  Really?  Coldplay are gearing up to release their first comic series, based on the fictional story in their most recent album, Mylo Xyloto.

The first issues of the six-comic set will debut at Comic-Con this week, with The Guardian reporting that the story will revolve around Mylo, a hapless ‘Silencer’ fighting a “war against colour and sound.”

Kung Fu Panda helmer Mark Osbourne has co-written the comic, explaining “There were always key words and phrases from Chris [Martin] that drove the story process, things like ‘glowing in the dark’ and ‘dreaming of paradise’.”

Osbourne had hoped to turn the album into a Yellow Submarine-style animated feature before settling on the comic-book medium, but revealed that he still hopes to adapt the story for film.

Alejandro Fuentes has illustrated the series with Dylan Haggerty on co-writing duties. Issue one is released this week with the rest of the series published monthly from February 2013.

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That Gotye song…Love it? Hate it? Love to Hate it? Hate to Love it?

This pretty much says it all.

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On A Lighter Note…

One of the guys from “Akron/Family”.  Great record called “Summer Bodies”

Dana Buoy – Call To Be

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FREE MUSIC: Humming House

Photo by Bombs Over Betty

Did you catch Humming House at Independence Rocks?  At once danceable and reflective, familiar and nostalgic, Humming House is a musical experiment gone right. Woven together from diverse backgrounds (Americana, classical composition, bluegrass, soul, and traditional Irish music), their playground of musical exploration has something for every generation. Unmistakable pop sensibilities mixed with a depth of lyrical narrative give their whimsical songs an irresistible quality that can only be described by the imagery of the name – Humming House. This album was recorded and mixed live by Shalom Aberle on April 13th, 2012 in Duluth, GA at The Red Clay Theatre. It features two previously unreleased Humming House songs “Forever Is Better With You” and “Breakfast”. Special thanks to Eddie Owen and Vinnie Alibrandi.

 

Lightning 100 exclusive in-studio videos

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Bonita…

I totally thought a girl sang this song until I just watched this video… Oops.

Pale Seas – Something Or Nothing

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GUITARS…

And REVERB…

DIIV – Doused

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This guy…

Gorgeous song spinner…

Joe Purdy – Worn Out Shoes

"Worn Out Shoes" - Joe Purdy - Austin, TX 12.20.09 from Chris Hokanson on Vimeo.

And this one is game over…

Joe Purdy – Outlaws

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Cute…

I kinda hate that word, but don’t know how else to describe this one.  It just is…

Korby Lenker – My Little Life

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Win tickets to Forecastle


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Matt Mahaffey’s 615 Day Session

Listen to the full set!

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The Vespers’ 615 Day session

Listen to the full set!

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Kopecky Family Band’s 615 session

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Nutty Professor Mad Lib Contest

TPAC proudly presents the world premiere of The Nutty Professor, a new musical comedy directed by the King of Comedy himself, Jerry Lewis! Featuring music by Oscar, Emmy, Tony, and Pulitzer Prize winner Marvin Hamlisch (A Chorus Line) and a book and lyrics by 3-time Tony winner Rupert Holmes (The Mystery of Edwin Drood), The Nutty Professor is a musical treat for the whole family.  The story follows geeky chemistry professor Julius Kelp, who concocts a formula to turn himself into the ultimate heartthrob. But when the woman he loves falls for his alter ego, will Julius find the courage to win her back from his hipper self? Heartwarming and delightfully funny, The Nutty Professor has a universal message that everyone can relate to: we might try to change who we are…but there’s no substitute for the real thing!  Click here to get tickets!

Want to win tickets to the show?  Complete the following mad lib below and you could win tickets to the show!  The best will be read on-air during the RLH the week of June 25 – June 29th.   More details coming soon!

 

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Wells’ Bonnaroo Blogaroo

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M83 takes us on a dream journey at MMW

By Sarah Sharp

Photo by Sarah Sharp

Let’s take a moment and thank whoever is responsible for building Marathon Music Works. Finally, Nashville has a home for acts of such caliber, like that of M83, this past Tuesday. Acts that don’t quite fit nicely into one category, that teeter on the edges of electronic, rock, experimental, ambient, fusing them together in a way that has made them for whatever reason in the past, skip Nashville altogether. Perhaps because Nashville’s moneymaker market is labeled as country, rock, or something in between, it has been common assumption that there isn’t a market for other genres. But Marathon Music Works to the rescue, because finally we are acknowledged in mass quantities!

M83 put on a beautiful spectacle. They were in front of a spacescape-like background—lights resembling starry nights, transforming colors, shifting spotlight on each member of the band as they had their moments to shine.

They put on a show as epic as their most recent 2011 release, Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming. Everything was so pronounced, intense, and sounded even better live. Seeing the bodies behind the music gave more context and life to the process, and they played their hearts out.

Everyone within that brick warehouse was hype, literally begging for more as they finished each song. When they came to the end of what seemed like an all-too-short set, we wouldn’t accept their exit. How could we let this dream be over so quick? As everybody howled for their return, they filed back on stage one at a time and banged out a few more dance rock anthems, while the rest of us bounced and shuffled uncontrollably to our collective wet dream being played in front of our eyes.

Photo by Sarah Sharp

Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming is exactly what you would imagine it to be. An epic journey, one of embracing your dreams. Whether caught behind closed eyes, or simply in the back of our minds, dreams are more beautiful than reality could ever achieve.

Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming lives in another dimension. One intangible yet alive, drowning in heavy synths and irresistible hooks, trekking back to the 80s.  The first single, “Midnight City”, is the ultimate invitation to the double album, like a teaser, employing M83’s signature electronic synth-heavy sound with more live instrumentation—guitars, saxophone, flutes.

This multi-dimensional aspect of the album shows the band’s progression into a sound more mature and unified, and a band more comfortable with their instincts to experiment.

From the beginning, the album moves like a dream. There are complete thoughts like the ambient and heartfelt “Wait”, or the upbeat 80s dance ballad, “OK Pal”. There are short thoughts, like “This Bright Flash” and “Klaus I Love You” that would seem unfinished separate from their respective neighbors, but in accordance, fit perfectly in the grand scheme.

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Listener Appreciation Show featuring Ed Sheeran

Did you catch Ed Sheeran open up for Snow Patrol at Ryman Auditorium?    Tune in to Lightning 100 for your chance to win tickets this week.  The show is free, but there is a $10 minim in the venue.  The show is 18+ unless you are accompanied by a parent.

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So You Want To Hang Out In East Nashville While I24 Construction Is Going On …

Help is on the way, courtesy of this little Google map I drew up (handy, eh?)

Detour map for East Nashville

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Local Lightning Review: Cherub

Cherub brings a dose of electro dance funk to Mercy Lounge…and we talk shop over mimosas at Mad Donna’s

Written by Sarah Sharp
Photography by Josh Carter 

Photo by Josh Carter

Nashville’s electronic music scene is on the rise like a ticking time bomb, ready to explode at any minute, with Nashville’s own avante-guard electro-pop outfit, Cherub, at the forefront.

After releasing their second LP, Mom and Dad, and touring around the country, Cherub returned to Mercy Lounge on Friday to show some love for the city that created all the buzz about them. Nashville was itching to get rowdy for its beloved Cherub boys, Jordan Kelley and Jason Huber.

They’ve come a long way from nights locked away writing music in bedrooms, have relocated from Murfreesboro to East Nashville, and this summer they are embarking on quite the tour, with festival stops at Bonnaroo, Electric Forest, and Forecastle.

I had the chance to sit down with them at Mad Donna’s over lunch and mimosas, and even got to leave with my very own pair of Cherub panties, which they shouted me out for wearing at the show.

Read the Q&A. Read more

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RIP MCA of Beastie Boys

At the age of 48, Adam “MCA” Yauch died of cancer.  I’ve been a huge fan of the Beastie Boys for several years.  Here is a playlist dedication I made on spotify.  PARENTAL ADVERSARY

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Limited amount of Hangout Fest tickets available

Hangout Music Fest has released a very limited amount of VIP tickets to Lightning 100 listeners.  General admission might be sold out, but we still have some VIP tickets available.  Join us at the Hangout for a TRUE VIP EXPERIENCE!  Don’t miss the opportunity to see Red Hot Chili Peppers, Dave Matthews Band, Jack White,  String Cheese Incident, Wilco, M. Ward,  The Flaming Lips perform Dark Side of the Moon, Steve Winwood, Chris Cornell, STS9, Gogol Bordello, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Dawes, G. Love and Special Sauce, Randy Newman,  Dr. Dog, Young The Giant, Cage the Elephant, Alabama Shakes, Gary Clark JR, and more!  A Hangout VIP pass provides perks such as early access to the site through no wait entry lines, private shaded groves to kick back, enjoy a snack and maybe even catch a nap between sets.  Enjoy FREE alcoholic (and non-alcoholic) beverages as you lounge at our VIP only pools with direct views of main stage. Now that’s a VIP real experience! And that’s not all…
VIP Expierence includes:
  • Complimentary select beer, wine, mixed drinks, water, & soda
  • Access to our main stage VIP-only swimming pools
  • Early access to the site through special VIP entrances
  • Unlimited access to VIP Grove (shade & seating)
  • Complimentary snacks and finger foods throughout the day
  • Access to VIP viewing areas at main stages
  • Private air conditioned restrooms
  • & More

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New artists CHAPPO

Please listen to the music before you judge them for their name.  If you are digging this tune, leave a comment below!  Maybe we will add it to our normal play list.  You can check this band out at Bonnaroo and at the Mercy Lounge on July 2oth!

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Nashville Scene’s Guide to Nashville Film Fest

Well we didn’t have time to do a Nashville Film Festival guide this year, but we do have enough time to post Nashville Scene’s guide by Patrick Rogers.  Click here for guide to Nashville’s Film Festival.

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