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  • NASHVILLE— Sheer Mag Live at Third Man Records

    Live at Third Man Records

    05.25.17
    Doors at 7pm, Show at 8pm

    $10.00

    Online ticketing for this event has now closed....BUT we would still love to have you! Tickets will be available for purchase at will call starting at 7pm.


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  • DETROIT - Durand Jones & The Indications Live at Third Man Cass Corridor

    Live at Third Man Records

    06.08.17
    Doors at 8:30pm, Show at 9:00pm

    $10.00

    Bayou-born soul sensation, Durand Jones got his start in the church, after being forced to sing in the choir of his rural hometown Hillaryville, Louisiana because his Grandmother thought he sang too much at home. When his music career took him to Bloomington, Indiana, he was selected to join the legendary Indiana University Soul Revue, and it was through his involvement that he met writer/producer duo Aaron Frazer and Blake Rhein. The three began writing original soul music, recording themselves straight to tape in the basements of Bloomington - and it's now available! More info...

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  • NASHVILLE— Merchandise / B Boys / Soft Option Live at Third Man Records

    Live at Third Man Records

    06.17.17
    Doors at 7pm, Show at 8pm

    $10.00

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  • DETROIT - Spiral Stairs w/ Outrageous Cherry Live at Third Man Cass Corridor

    Live at Third Man Records

    06.20.17
    Doors at 7:30pm, Show at 8:30pm

    $12.00

    It’s been eight years since Scott Kannberg, aka Spiral Stairs, released any new music. He knows that. The years just have a habit of slipping away sometimes. The songs range a wide sprawl of moods and subjects. The gleeful, charismatic Dundee Man essays a golfing trip to Scotland Scott made with old friend Paul Esposito (“It’s a travelogue,” says Scott, “but it’s also about a guy who’s, like, really proudly Scottish. It’s a great pub song.”). The moody, horn-shaded Trams (Stole My Heart), with its melancholic visions of blankly riding trams “from town to town”, is one of a clutch of songs Scott wrote during his sojourn in Australia (Pig City and Vultures Of Caboolture, the other two chapters of this Brisbane trilogy, will surface as B-Sides, and are well worth tracking down). The anxious, paranoid narrative of album opener Dance (Cry Wolf), meanwhile, is leavened by a stomping, danceable vibe, with Scott allying chords with a Wire-ish feel to a Roxy Music, David Bowie groove. “It’s positive, a kind of ‘Dance away the pain’ thing,” says Scott.“ More info...

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  • NASHVILLE— Peripheral Visions 011 - The Student Nurses

    Live at Third Man Records

    06.27.17
    Doors at 7:00PM, Movie at 8:00PM

    $10.00

    Director Stephanie Rothman’s timely exploitation tale of four female nurses navigating the fraught socio-political landscape of liberated America at the turn of the ‘70s. More info...

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  • NASHVILLE— TMR Presents: Snail Mail Live at DRKMTTR

    Live at Third Man Records

    08.06.17
    Doors at 7pm. Show at 8:00pm

    $8.00

    Snail Mail is the Baltimore based indie rock solo project of 17 year old, Lindsey Jordan. She released a six song EP titled, “Habit,” on DC punks Priests’ Sister Polygon Records in July of 2016. The record features a full band with Shawn Durham on drums and Ryan Vieira on bass. In their “Best New Track” review for the EPs opening track “Thinning”, Pitchfork describes Jordan as possessing a voice that “sounds like it’s coming from a distance, perfect for a song with lines about wanting to lie face down on the floor for a whole year and the triumph of wasting time”. In addition to her standout vocal abilities, Jordan is a classically trained guitarist of twelve years and experiments often with various guitar tunings and techniques in order to generate Snail Mail’s unique sound. More info...

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  • NASHVILLE— Laetitia Sadier Source Ensemble Live at Third Man Records

    Live at Third Man Records

    08.10.17
    Doors at 7pm. Show at 8:00pm

    $12.00

    Another New Year, and new shapes are forming — if only we are fortunate enough to notice them! As we spin through this world, we are witness to all manner of combinations unfolding before us — familiar arcs and breaking waves alike, upon all of which it is our choice, our chance and our challenge, to possibly ride. Find Me Finding You, the new album from the new organization called the Laetitia Sadier Source Ensemble, manages to strike new chords while touching familiar keys in the song of life. From its percolating opening beat, Find Me Finding Youlocates new systems within the sound-universe of Laetitia Sadier. This in itself isn’t a surprise — Laetitia has relentlessly followed her music through different dynamics and into a variety of dimensions over the course of four solo albums since 2010 (not to forget her three albums with Monade and the long era of Stereolab) — but the nature of the construction here stands distinctly apart from her recent albums. Laetitia was inspired by a mind’s-eye envisaging of geometric forms and their possible permutations. As she sought to replicate the shapes in music, this guided the process of assembly for the album. More info...

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  • NASHVILLE— Waxahatchee Live at Third Man Record

    Live at Third Man Records

    08.14.17
    Doors at 7pm. Show at 7:30pm

    $15.00

    "Katie Crutchfield’s southern roots are undeniable. The name of her solo musical project Waxahatchee comes from a creek not far from her childhood home in Alabama and seems to represent both where she came from and where she’s going. Waxhatchee’s latest record, Ivy Tripp, brings forth a more informed and powerful recognition of where Crutchfield has currently found herself. “I think a running theme [of Ivy Tripp] is steadying yourself on shaky ground and reminding yourself that you have control in situations that seem overwhelming, or just being cognizant in moments of deep confusion or sadness, and learning to really feel emotions and to grow from that.” Crutchfield is accompanied by both Gilbride and Keith Spencer on Ivy Tripp, and the record was produced by all three of them. With the addition of more guitar work, piano, drum machines, and Crutchfield’s vocals in full bloom, we are given a record that feels more emphatic and pronounced. Ivy Tripp opens with “Breathless,” filled with only a distorted keyboard and layers of vocals, showcasing Waxahatchee’s pension for quiet, personal reflection. The record then opens up into “Under a Rock,” a quicker guitar-driven song that lays the foundation for the rest of the album, which as a whole resonates with strong, self-aware lyrics, energetic ballads, and powerfully hushed moments of solitude. Crutchfield’s voice is certainly the guiding force behind Ivy Tripp—commanding and voluminous in the rock song “Poison,” candied and pure in the frolicking “La Loose”—gripping you tightly and then softly releasing you into the wilds of emotion." More info...

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