* Keegan DeWitt recorded one of these new-fangled "Stairwell Sessions" at War Memorial Auditorium. He played "Wishing Well," not to be confused with Terence Trent D'Arby's "Wishing Well" — although the latter is also a total jam, of course. Sound is a bit like ... well, like it was recorded in a stairwell. But that's to be expected. See it after the jump.
* One of the many Nashvillians to venture up to NYC for last week's CMJ was charming trad-country songstress Nikki Lane. While there, Lane sat down for a "five-minute" chat with the New York Times' Jeremy Egner. Lane spoke on the intimacy of Nashville's music scene, paying homage to the Queens of Country, the pros and cons of modern technology and being liked by "dirty hipster boys and girls." Good chat.
* Via their blog, JEFF the Brotherhood is posting their entire discography. New-school JTB fans might be thinking, "What, you mean Heavy Days and Champions?" Oh friends, there is so much more than that. From splits with Screaming Females and Sisters to limited-edition tapes and classics like Castle Storm, JEFF completists are going to want to compare notes here. There are two parts thus far (1, 2), with more to come.
And in other bits: If you were wondering where The Black Keys found that dancing dude in their latest music video, Spin has a little info for you. And Talihina Sky — the Kings of Leon doc — will be available in stores and via iTunes on Nov. 1, if that's something you think you want to see.