* Local experimental artists Sparkling Wide Pressure (that's the project of Frank Baugh) and Stephen Molyneux (that's the project of ... um, Stephen Molyneux) will soon release a new tape apiece via Watery Starve, a "micro press" whose m.o. is to "document music, writing and art in unique and limited quantity." (Facts about the artists, just for good measure: Molyneux co-founded No Kings Records, via which Garifuna Field Recordings was released earlier this year, and Baugh is also a member of the local improv collective Horsehair Everywhere. Also, they both play banjo.) Watch the trailer for Molyneux and Baugh's releases above. It was shot and edited by Geoffrey Sexton.
* If you read our recent Spin of the East Nashville Underground fest, you already know that fuzzed-out melodic rock 'n' rollers have a "Jesus Lizard-vs.-Jesus and Mary Chain-cage-match aesthetic." Which, if I'm interpreting The Spin correctly, means that it features both wild, heavy, dissonant elements and melodic, shoegaze-y elements. Well, the Bombs are working on an EP that will debut soon, and they too have a trailer that serves as a "taste of what is to come." It features an excerpt from their song "Kamikaze" along with some live footage, and you can watch it after the jump.