Birmingham Alabama is bursting at the seams with incredible talent, from an amazing visual arts community to some of the best music in the Southeastern region. We have all the talent but not a whole lot of resources to find out about it.
Welcome to Monotonia is a Birmingham web series designed to expose the pure raw talent of both the local and traveling artist and musicians who perform in our city!
Directed & Edited by: Daniel Isaiah Hargett Produced by: Greg Henderson Executive Producer: Josh Matthews & Music Bham Audio Engineer: Daniel Brian Rhodes Featuring: Channing Estell, Lizzie Thrasher & Sun Seeker Consulting Producer: Marsha Oglesby Intern: Sophie Crowe Special Thanks to: Betsy Kiser & Red Mountain Entertainment, Good Grit Magazine & Third Man Records
Also featured here is their latest video for “Won’t Keep Me Up…
MusicBham presents one explosive night of music! Come celebrate with us the new record release from Heath Green & the Makeshifters + another Birmingham band on the verge, The Brook & The Bluff! And if that were not enough we’re also showcasing The Voice’s Jordy Searcy and Nashville’s Rock Eupora. Four bands! $5! That’s a lot of bang for the buck! Doors open at 7, show start at 7:30.
NASHVILLE, TN–Cause A Scene, cultivator of community and curator of quality music by way of intimate concerts in non-traditional locations, announces its first nationwide tour this summer. Featuring Joshua James and Timmy the Teeth, the tour will begin July 1 and will include 35 cities across the U.S. Cause A Scene will team up with friends and local businesses to cultivate an experience unique to the culture of each city, including apparel companies, coffee shops, menswear shops, coworking spaces, house shows and a law firm’s office.
“We believe something powerful happens at the intersection of music, creativity and community,” says Larry Kloess, founder of Cause A Scene. “Where people are able to gather together to discover something really beautiful, they are drawn closer through the shared experience of being a part of something bigger than themselves. This tour will bring that experience to cities all over the United States and we’re excited to see what happens in each community. We’ve been fortunate to host around 700 incredible artists over the past four years in Nashville, and are thrilled to be partnering with two alums, Joshua James and Timmy…
At a time when the truly great psychedelic guitar rock seems to only be available in your father’s vinyl collection, Mother Plug Music is elated to bring you 3 new songs from the 2015 Ep, A Sweet Release, by All Them Witches. “It Moved We Moved,” “Almost There,” and “A Spider’s Gift,” are featured here in succession, inter-mingled and inter-mangled, seamlessly over a very cool 24 minute jam.
Help Kansas Bible Company travel the road to Austin City Limits! They’re stopping by Avondale Brewing on Tuesday, Oct. 6 at 7pm and WE’RE going to help them get on down the road! Bring some cash, pay what you wish and join in on this memorable pop-up concert! All the proceeds goes towards sending these cats on their way to Austin City Limits and in support of their new album, Paper Moon available this fall!
Kansas Bible Company is a brotherhood of eleven musicians on “The Road to Austin City Limits,” to support their upcoming album, Paper Moon. Pulling from different psychedelic stylings throughout time, KBC creates a strong and eclectic musical energy. The sound is layered with horns, percussion and guitars from all eleven people. Their musical foundation is built on constant collaboration and the diversity of each person’s tastes, experiences and travels. The band is collectively from all over the United States but reside in Nashville, TN.