The Cable Company
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The Cable Company

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"small review from The Nashville Scene"

The Cable Company, "Solid 90’s Rawk" says the Nashville Scene

Check out this week's issue of The Nashville Scene. They had an overall good review of the 8 off 8th that we played. Here you go, in case you can't find a copy:

We hadn't made it to an 8 off 8th at the Mercy Lounge in quite a while, so when we heard that our pick for best new band, Eureka Gold, was hosting, we decided to make the trek to Cannery Row and check out the latest hot shit. Turns out our boys have got their ears to the ground 'cause the first band, The Cable Company, opened the night with a solid performance of '90s-influenced rawk. Save Macaulay's Caitlin Rose proved all by her lonesome that her county-tinged folk tunes are worthy of all the buzz. The Glib's unruly brand of barroom-brawlin' jams caught us off guard—definitely the standout performance of the night. The Hannah Barbarians were another band who caught our attention, channeling all the good stuff about Hot Hot Heat minus the good band name. Hotpipes continue their slow and steady ascent as one of the city's most notable acts, while Vermicious K'nids proved that their clunky nomenclature is worth remembering. Eureka Gold debuted new material that follows in the same Kinksy trajectory set forth by their fantastic debut album. Unfortunately we missed songwriter Ben Sures' closing set—Monday night's a school night after all.

-Nashville Scene, The Spin, 10/16/07 - Nashville Scene - The Spin


currently recording first album, tentatively titled "Syndication"



The Cable Company was formed in 2007 from the leftover rubble of the Nashville Indie Label, Black Label Empire. Members have performed in former acts such as Communist, Ultra Vulgar, Andy Bodean and the Bottom Boys, Dr. Dook, and other bands you may have never heard. The Cable Company are fans of Rock and Roll's rich history, and many influences can be found in their songs. Whether the subject is suicide (Beached Whale), learning to walk away (Long Vacation), or even sweet songs about Elephants, hints of The Beatles, Ween, REM, and many other bands of the past can be found in their writing and sound. The Cable Company is currently working on their first album with Waterworks Entertainment in East Nashville, and have played regionally in Tennessee and Kentucky, perfecting their exceptional live show.