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MODOC Monday

 Congratulations to MODOC, the winner of our Artist of the Month Poll.  Get you a listen of their latest single, "Runnin'" off their self-titled album, released August 28th.  If you find yourself humming it the rest of Monday, go over to http://www.modocmusic.com/ and purchase the whole thing before your coworkers freak out on you. -Terra James-Jura


MODOC CD Release Show 8.9 at the Mercy Lounge

Hailing from the depths of Nashville rock, MODOC have hit the ground running at full speed. Determined to make their way, these fearless leaders have proven themselves time and again throughout their live ventures. Passion and desire pulse through their lyrics, creating a surge of energy that blankets their audience. After seeing them live at the I AM Festival at Bicentennial Park Saturday, August 3rd, MODOC has transformed my vision of the Nashville local music scene. MODOC brings a rare and unforgiving talent to the game. These guys are here to stay. Powerful guitar riffs against an unfaltering rock rhythm bring MODOC's music to life. Catch a glimpse of this rare talent and see for yourselves at their upcoming CD release party this Friday, August 9 at Mercy Lounge. - Maria Hartfield



Modoc releases new music video, "Coward"

This new video for "Coward," from Modoc's LP Fortune & Fame, was released the other day. Directed, shot and edited by Solomon Davis. Catch Modoc at 12th & Porter tomorrow night with The Jompson Brothers and Bear Cub.


Culture Cringe release “Girls Night Out” @ 3 Brothers, 5/11

There’s a ton of great stuff coming up this Friday that we’d like to see (including Honey Locust’s EP release at The High Watt, The Jompson Brothers and Modoc at 12th & Porter and Andrew Combs at The Basement), but this is a must: Culture Cringe, a Murfreesboro media outlet that emulates Third Man Records in that it releases local artists’ projects, including music and film, in really badass ways, is celebrating their first release at 3 Brothers in Murfreesboro. It’s the film “Girls Night Out,” which has already made an appearance at The 5 Spot and is styled after the ’80s slasher genre. Though it won’t be screened at 3 Brothers since it’s an all-ages event, it will be sold – on VHS. Copies are limited, blood red copies even more so, so get there early and expect giveaways and weird stuff. Kelly Kerr & the Distractions and Epic Ditch will be playing. 8 p.m.

Click here to see a Murfreesboro Pulse interview with three of the four faces of Culture Cringe and find out more about the film, the release and what these guys do.


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