Welcome to Out From The Pine Box 

We're a Nashville based publication that aims to provide a platform for new, up-and-coming, and established musicians to share their creations, while making the process of discovering new music easy and accessible no matter where you're located!

We strive to promote artists that inspire and empower others, as well as artists from all different genres.

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Jimmy Eat World // The Ryman Auditorium // Show Review

If you know anything about the city of Nashville, you’re well aware that The Ryman Auditorium has been the home of more high profile country artists than you can count dating back to the '60's. When Jimmy Eat World were announced to be playing at The Ryman, it was a no brainer that we needed to be there to cover it. It was a wonderful added bonus that Microwave and The Hotelier were brought along to share the night.


Vance Joy // Ascend Amphitheater // Show Review


Ascend Amphitheater, Nashville's go-to spring and summer concert spot, is perfect for a relaxing night of fresh air, live music, and a beautiful view. Behind the stage, you can catch a glimpse of Nashville's modest skyline. In the opposite direction, you have the glowing lights of the Pedestrian Bridge, a place where many gather to watch concerts from afar for free. Vance Joy performed at Ascend on May 10 with direct support from the up and coming group Lovelytheband while on his Nation of Two World Tour. 

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The Wonder Years // Cannery Ballroom // Show Review

The Wonder Years are currently on tour in support of their latest album, Sister Cities, with support from Tigers Jaw, Tiny Moving Parts, and Worriers. We caught their show at Cannery Ballroom, which has become the home for many of The Wonder Years recent performances in Music City. 


Morningside // Feel The Sun Without You // Feature Friday

Morningside are new to the Virginia Beach music scene, with their debut album "Feel The Sun Without You" having been released just last month. Prior to the release, the trio worked with producer Jay Maas (Defeater) and have proven that hard work pays off in the best possible way.


Pumpkinseed // Big Believin' Sky // Album Review

Tennessee based five piece Pumpkinseed have been crafting soul infused rock and roll for the past few years, with their first release having been in 2016. Their latest album, Big Believin' Sky, will be released on June 15 and will be followed by a record release show at The 5 Spot in Nashville on June 20.


Darth Nater // Feature Friday

Buffalo based singer-songwriter Nate Noworyta has been releasing music under the clever name Darth Nater for the past seven years, with his most recent release having come out at the end of March. A Century Ago, aptly titled due to entire album revolving around events that happened (you guessed it) a century ago, is an indie folk fueled trip through time that proves to be a guide of the most detail oriented sorts.


Allison Mahal // Little Blue // Single Review

Singer-songwriter Allison Mahal is a Chicago native who has found her home in Nashville's ever expanding music scene. Her first release, "Little Blue," came out on May 11th and is a bittersweet recollection of a fading relationship burning out and coming to an end. 


Young Rising Sons // Interview

Young Rising Sons, an alternative indie rock trio from New Jersey, have stepped back into the spot light after their hiatus. Comprised of vocalist / guitarist Andy Tongren, bassist Julian Dimagiba, and drummer Steve Patrick, the band has recently released two new songs, "Noise" and "Whiskey," with the promise of an EP in the very near future.


Sophia Angeles // Interested // Single Review

Singer-songwriter Sophia Angeles recently relocated to Nashville from Sedona to make a name for herself in Music City. With years of experience already under her belt, Sophia has performed at both public and private events, and plays piano and guitar in addition to being a lyricist.