5 Songs, 16 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With the music from the first episode of Season 6, Nashville continues underlining the idea that not everything in Music City is pure twang. Sure, Chris Carmack's "Don't Come Easy" is a hardy midtempo country rocker and Sam Palladio's "Never Come Back Again" is driven by banjo and a train beat. But the wispy dream pop of the Hayden Panettiere-sung "Is There Anybody Out There" could have come off of a Lana Del Rey album, while Lennon Stella's “What It's Made For” is a slinky, angular piece of straight-up modern pop.

EDITORS’ NOTES

With the music from the first episode of Season 6, Nashville continues underlining the idea that not everything in Music City is pure twang. Sure, Chris Carmack's "Don't Come Easy" is a hardy midtempo country rocker and Sam Palladio's "Never Come Back Again" is driven by banjo and a train beat. But the wispy dream pop of the Hayden Panettiere-sung "Is There Anybody Out There" could have come off of a Lana Del Rey album, while Lennon Stella's “What It's Made For” is a slinky, angular piece of straight-up modern pop.

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