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Tuning In with John Nolan

June 25, 2015 by


Charlottesville native John Nolan is passionate about bringing good music—and a variety of it—to town. “I started scratching the surface of what was going on musically in this town right when I started college,” says Nolan. He remembers going to the Clipse show that U.Va.’s Student Hip-Hop Organization (S.H.H.O.) organized at the Jefferson, “and being […]

Tuning in with Gwen Berthy of Melody Supreme

September 4, 2014 by


Gwen Berthy, owner of Melody Supreme, kicked off the “Tuning In” series in March of this year, with a selection of songs for Spring. Now, he’s back with a few tracks that are a bit more personal. Says Berthy of this week’s choices: When he was a teenager, growing up in France, “We were listening to a lot […]

Tuning in with Melody Supreme

March 6, 2014 by


At this point in the season, we’re all a little tired of winter and ready for spring. But there’s good news: Clocks turn forward this weekend! There’s also great news. We have a new column, “Tuning In,” featuring Spotify playlists curated by local record store owners and musicians. Every other Thursday, we’ll be “tuning in” with […]

Local Music Check-in: Melody Supreme

March 5, 2014 by


When Gwen Berthy was 11, he purchased his first LP – The Beatles (The White Album) – from an older man who sold clocks and a few vinyl records in a neighboring village in Brittany, France. “Because I wasn’t starting with something easy,” he says, “I initially hated it!” Today, it’s his favorite album, “because it […]