WRVU gets exclusive opportunity to cover press for UPSAHL’s show at The End on October 8th, 2022. UPSAHL, photo by Amanda Maeglin By the time the doors to UPSAHL’s sold…
During the guitar duet/trombone interlude in “sponsor me tape”, about five minutes into Mom Jeans’s set, two thoughts occurred to me: Wow, these guys sound even better live than they…
To say the situation was “uncomfortably wet” Tuesday night as we pushed through clouds of cigarette smoke into the dark confines of The End would be a bit of an understatement, but for some reason the trudge through the cold rain that plagued most of Valentine’s Day was almost a welcome warmup for the experience that lie ahead.
WRVU hosted Boyscott, Spirit Week, The Pills, Born Animal, and Wax Mistress at The End around Thanksgiving for our first annual Turkey Jerky Jam! Now you can relive (or experience for the first time, if you missed it) the thrilling experience all up close and personal right here on the internet from the comfort of your screen.
Wax Mistress’ members represent the trifecta of Nashville-area universities–Vanderbilt, Belmont, and MTSU. With an already-well-developed sound and ubiquitous presence, playing tons of shows all over the city, these newcomers are certainly more than the sum of their parts.
WRVU’s Turkey Jerky Jam artist highlight continues with Spirit Week. We are very excited about these people. Elated, in fact. You will see just why they are so praiseworthy in person at The End on Thursday night, but in order to satisfy your pre-show jitters, sprinkle your ears with the sweet jams they have on their bandcamp.
The End is such an ominous title for a concert venue. I remember my freshman year when I did my very first in-studio interview. The band I was interviewing was telling me all about their show tonight at The End. Being a clueless freshman, I of course asked ‘at the end of what’?
Three years later and infinitely wiser, I’ve grown to love that concert venue on Elliston. Here are five reasons why:
If you’re like me, you routinely neglect responsibilities in favor of going to concerts (or maybe you go to concerts as a reason to neglect responsibilities… um, also guilty). Whether that’s the case or you just need a study break (#treatyoself), definitely check out these concerts that are coming up in the next week.
Nest—a local Nashville favorite—Alex G, and Title Fight make for quite the trifecta. It’s no wonder the show sold out rather quickly with a venue as intimate as The End. It’s just as well for those who managed to snag tickets: there wasn’t a dull moment in the small space throughout the show, culminating in Title Fight’s all-out chaotic performance that garnered some of the most intense and committed crowd-surfing I’ve ever witnessed.