Hunters to Play Nashville July 23rd

Although often said to the point of exhaustion, critics and fans have a knack for describing artists as mismatched with their respective decade. And let’s be honest, even when it’s true, half the time the cliche factor alone turns us off from actually checking them out. There’s only so many times I can be sold on modern groups that are ‘reminiscent of 60s psychedelic rock.’ The only way for an artist to truly draw decade-defying attention is by tapping into rarely mimicked era.

While many built off the pathfinding noise rock of the 90s, very few emulated the gritty, experimental decade-worth of music. Then there’s Hunters, a group that crafts their sound from role models such as Pixies and Sonic Youth. Hailing from Brooklyn, Hunters blend the barking vocals of Black Francis with the experimental twist of Moore and the gang, but with a dark garage twist.

This coming Monday, July 23rd, Hunters are coming to Nashville’s The High Watt as the opener for A Place to Bury Strangers, a fellow noise rock outfit. Tickets are only $10 and can be purchased here, and check out their newest track, “Street Trash,” which recently debuted on The FADER.

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