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The new Nashville sounds: an essential video playlist

 
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div class="track"img alt="" src="http://hits.guardian.co.uk/b/ss/guardiangu-feeds/1/H.22.4/25076?ns=guardianpageName=The+new+Nashville+sounds%3A+an+essential+video+playlist%3AArticle%3A1721383ch=Musicc3=Obsc4=Indie+%28music+genre%29%2CPop+and+rock+%28Music+genre%29%2CPunk+%28music+genre%29%2CMusic%2CCulture%2CUS+newsc5=Indie%2CPop+Music%2CNot+commercially+usefulc6=Michael+Hannc7=12-Mar-25c8=1721383c9=Articlec10=c11=Musicc13=c25=c30=contentc42=Cultureh2=GU%2FCulture%2FMusic%2FIndie" width="1" height="1" //divp class="standfirst"Here's our pick of East Nashville's most exciting indie stars/ph2strongNATURAL CHILD/strongbr /strongBeer/strong/h2pThe sludgiest, rockiest of the Nashville underground bands, Natural Child can sound like the Stones one minute, a stoner rock band the next. Here they are at their Stonesiest, with dubbed audience applause for the idiot chorus: "Gonna drink somenbsp;beer."/ph2strongD WATUSI/strongbr /strongHigh School Baby/strong/h2pTwo of them work at Jack White's Third Man label, but D Watusi go for the poppier end of the garage spectrum. The only things missing are paisley shirts and chelsea boots./ph2strongPUJOL/strongbr /strongBlack Rabbit/strong/h2pGrad student by day, rocker by night, Daniel Pujol is the man-most-likely-to among the Nashville groups. Expect a European visit this year./ph2strongTHE PAPERHEAD/strongbr /strongDo You Ever Think of Me?/strong/h2pListen, and marvel. The parents of these guys were only kids when music like this was last made with a straight face./ph2strongHEAVY CREAM/strongbr /strongWatusi/strong/h2pSnotty, rocky. And just when you think it's free of 1960s references, remember the Watusi was a 1960s dance. To keep things local, the video was directed by Jeff the Brotherhood's Jaminnbsp;Orall./ph2strongJEFF THE BROTHERHOOD/strongbr /strongHeavy Days/strong/h2pNever forget, these groups are southerners. They are not afraid to boogie, even if they do it in a stripped-down, fuzzed-up way./ph2strongDIARRHEA PLANET/strongbr /strongGhost With a Boner/strong/h2pThe jokers of the Nashville pack, and the ones who most clearly harbour the ambition only to enjoy themselves: you can't really imagine the name Diarrhea Planet on a major label, can you? But they rock harder than any of their Nashville contemporaries, even at their most throwaway./ph2strongTURBO FRUITS /strongbr /strongVolcano/strong/h2pTurbo Fruits were formed from the ashes of Be Your Own Pet, the teen band who kickstarted Nashville garage rock in the middle of the last decade, and serve as the bridge beyween BYOP and the current wave of bands. The video pays due tribute to the house party scene./ph2strongTHE SUFIS /strongbr /strongSri Sai Flora/strong/h2pLike the Paperhead, the Sufis have set the controls for the heart of 1967, and both are to have an album released on Cornershop's Ample Play label. None morenbsp;mindbending./ph2strongTHE ETTES/strongbr /strongExcuse/strong/h2pSlightly off to the side of the teen wave, the Ettes are Los Angelenos, transplanted to Nashville, but their 60s garage sound fits perfectly into the current underground aesthetic of the city./pdiv class="related" style="float: left; margin-right: 10px; margin-bottom: 10px;"ullia href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/indie"Indie/a/lilia href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/popandrock"Pop and rock/a/lilia href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/punk"Punk/a/lilia href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/usa"United States/a/li/ul/divdiv class="author"a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/profile/michaelhann"Michael Hann/a/divbr/div class="terms"a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk"guardian.co.uk/a copy; 2012 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our a href="http://users.guardian.co.uk/help/article/0,,933909,00.html"Terms Conditions/a | a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/help/feeds"More Feeds/a/divp style="clear:both" /
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