Music

Why Not?

After a decade in the music industry, synth duo Biyo is marching to the beat of their own (808) drum

The Art of Seclusion

After writing in an abandoned rubber band factory for three months, Nashville native and roots-rock poet Rayland Baxter has emerged with Wide Awake, a politically charged anti-manifesto that’s still fun enough to play at a backyard cookout

Happy Place

Following his Hap EP, creative powerhouse Groh is finally making art on his terms

Getting a Handle on It

Daisha McBride woke up one morning with fifteen thousand new fans. She took them to Nashville, where she’s assumed a role as a pioneer in the city’s hip-hop scene

Into the Deep End

How pop producer Super Duper went from writing jingles for Lexus to producing R.LUM.R’s hit “Frustrated”

Crazy Like a Fox

Road to Roo champs The Foxies on grunge-dance situations and empowered pop females

A Piece of the Pie

NATIVE sits down with Margo Price ahead of her three-night run at the Ryman

Don’t Rock the Jukebox

With Mr. Jukebox, Joshua Hedley keeps traditional country on repeat.