But on the local tip, Daytrotter recently posted sessions featuring former/current/sometime Nashville residents like the legendary and prolific mad scientist of lo-fi, R. Stevie Moore, My Morning Jacket guitarist and noted solo singer-songwriter Carl Broemel and nomadic trad-country joker Jonny Corndawg. As always, each session features a handful of tracks recorded at Daytrotter HQ — The Horseshack — and an accompanying essay penned by Trotter honcho Sean Moeller. "Every time we see Corndawg," observes Moeller in one essay, "he's more the person he seems meant to be."
A relatively new feature on the site is the video section — you don't need to register in order to view any of those. Nashvillians Keegan DeWitt and Madi Diaz — both of whom are veterans of Daytrotter's Barnstormer Tour — are among the myriad artists featured in those videos. And if you're super-keen on hearing the Daytrotter Sessions as they're being recorded, you can sign up for those here. The next one — slated for Friday, Nov. 18 — will feature Nashvillian feel-good indie-pop ensemble The Kopecky Family Band.