Witness the Evolution of Nashville’s *repeat repeat

Nashville’s *repeat repeat have always identified as a summer band, mastering the art of breezy, surf rock. When the pandemic forced everyone into solitude, it pushed a lot of artists’ creative boundaries, including that of Jared and Kristyn Corder. The husband-and-wife duo expanded their sound, abandoning the “summer band” narrative, and creating a fuller sonic […]

*repeat repeat’s new EP ‘Songs For A Nice Drive’ explores seasonal depression, mortality and bad men, but still makes good on its title

WNXP’s Nashville Artist of the Month for November repeat repeat have a new EP out this week called Songs for a Nice Drive. The husband-and-wife duo of Jared and Kristyn Corder had a breakthrough on Tik Tok during lockdown thanks to some of their happier power pop songs but say the new collection is inspired by “sad, wintry stuff” from artists they love like Andy Shauf and Big Thief.

*repeat repeat take us out to their farm in an exclusive clip

A few years back, Nashville indie rock partners Jared and Kristyn Corder of *repeat repeat moved their growing menagerie of rescue animals from the Eastside to a 19th century home sitting on 12 acres about an hour outside the city in order to set up a home/studio they’ve dubbed Polychrome Ranch. Since then, they’ve been […]

Help us celebrate WNXP’s one-year anniversary!

We’re turning 1! We’re celebrating with a killer show featuring *repeat repeat, Liza Anne, Bantug, Josh Gilligan and Namir Blade on Wednesday, Dec. 1 at EXIT/IN. Current sustaining members get in free. The general public can get in with a minimum $10 donation to WNXP. *repeat repeat Liza Anne Josh Gilligan Namir Blade Bantug

Hearing (& Counting) Double During WNXP’s Fall Fund Drive

This week is ALL ABOUT THE MEMBER LOVE on our young independent radio station, during our second-ever fund drive where we connect what YOU hear with what YOU give to power the music, context and community found on WNXP. In celebration of a generous matching donation from local bar and record store combo Vinyl Tap […]

The New Respects listened to their musical parents, then set out to be their own band

Back when the New Respects were a new band, and couldn’t resist turning their amps all the way up at practice, they didn’t face the threat that hangs over so many young groups: noise complaints. There was an old building on church property where they were permitted to be as loud as they pleased. “We […]

The New Respects, once pop skeptics, could now give a masterclass on the makings of a great pop track

There was a time when the New Respects didn’t appreciate anyone pointing out their pop leanings. “We had a friend who was like, ‘Y’all are pop kids,’” lead singer Jasmine Mullen recalls with amusement. “And we’re like, ‘We’re going to beat you up for saying that. We’re rock and roll.’” She and her band mates, […]