Bassh, the Nashville-based duo featuring Jimmy Brown and C.J. Hardee of the folk-rock combo Matrimony, will be playing songs from their upcoming debut release on Antler Records this Sunday on the third day of the Basement East’s Mayday celebration. Tickets are available at http://sho.wth.is/ChillWitch-at-MayDay
In honor of their “Day 3” appearance the duet shared three each of favorite their Eastside hang-outs.
Graze — “Number one for vegan Southern comfort food in Nashville.”
The Trunk — “Great spot for chains and necklaces.”
Eastside Music Supply — “They have some of the best boutique pedals and top notch customer service.”
Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream – “If you don't mind standing in line for a homemade scoop of frozen goodness head here.”
Barista Parlor — “Converted warehouse for all the hipsters to hang out, sip coffee and grab a tasty snack.”
Drifter’s BBQ — “The only place to go for fried pickles and BBQ.”
Baash’s first single, “Body” was produced by Grammy-nominated producer Bill Reynolds of Band of Horses and recorded at his Fleetwood Shack studio in Nashville. They be appearing at the Basement East on Sunday, May 29 along with Mike Floss, The Dead Deads, Robot Rock & more. The show starts at 8:30 p.m. with Baash scheduled to take the stage at 11 p.m.