Heavy Damage

06.06.2011

MUSIC

As unabashed party rockers and curators—owners of indie label Infinity Cat Recordings—brothers Jake and Jamin Orrall of the band JEFF The Brotherhood are a vital piece of a burgeoning, self-contained Nashville music scene. Life + Times recently headed to the Music City, stepping into JEFF’s world—house parties.

  • Anonymous

    Rock+Roll

  • Sara Nicholson

    well beyond awesome

  • Sara Nicholson

    well beyond awesome.

  • Victoria Guzman

    I love these guys. There music is heavy

  • Victoria Guzman

    THEIR music is heavy. AWESOME

  • Victoria Guzman

    THEIR music is heavy. AWESOME

  • http://twitter.com/boardroombboys Ronald Gaineous

    I love the Nashville music scene. Great city (plus the women have a mean shoe game. All heels every night). Broadway has a ton of great live venues like The Stage, and Printers Alley is cool too. I remember years ago bumping into Taylor Swift (she was an unknown at the time) in the elevator @ Hotel Indigo. We chatted, she asked what I did, I told her I was in town for biz, and asked what she did. She said, “I write songs” which isn’t uncommon to hear in Nashville. As we got off of the elevator, I said “good luck with your music”. Next time I saw her she was on TV. Life’s a trip que no?

  • sara zah

    LOVE JEFF THE BROTHERHOOD! They will play anywhere, loud, hard, fast, and groovn’. I get into a dance trance when I see them live (they are impeccable live), in the car, in my room, on the train with my headphones…when they are stuck in my head it’s a good thing.

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