The local bluegrass band drops its fourth album. Fans can download the title track for free.
Local country jazz/swing/rockabilly artist Woody Pines and his band pay tribute to influences like Leadbelly and Dock Bogg on their EP, “You Gotta Roll.” Pines will play a Saturday, Sept. 1 show at the Grey Eagle.
The newest project of Ben Gibbs (Hector’s Nectar), Goddess (the band and the album) explores a breakup through disco, lounge, new wave noir and sonic experimentation.
CaroMia Tiller’s album “The Spectrum” is a mix of vintage soul and r&b influences with nods to gospel and folk, performed with Appalacian instrumentation — all as a canvas for the local singer-songwriter’s tremendous voice.
“A Season Lost,” the newest full-length by singer-songwriter (and former Asheville resident) Jeff Zentner was released earlier this week. For fans of lush, dark, shoegazey-folk, this album is a must listen.
The local multi-instrumentalist/DJ/producer just released (as a pay-what-you-will download) “R&S/Cedars.” Make your weekend better and listen to it now. (Also, check out this great snowy photo. Remember snow?)
The newest project of local songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Andrew Larson has just released a five-song EP that bucks convention at every turn. The band holds an album release party on Saturday, June 16 (with free merch!) at Warehouse 10. Click through for details.
The local singer/songwriter records his long-awaited sophomore album.
A review of the new album by Chachillie. Official release date is March 15.
Mark and Aimee Bumgarner, aka Calico Moon, recently released a polished and tender collection of songs that’s climbing the Roots Music Report’s Roots Country top 50 chart.
Local bluegrass/rock outfit Big Daddy Love releases an inspired sophomore album rich with banjos, electric guitars, Appalachian imagery and (of course) lots of love. The band holds a CD release party at Pisgah Brewing tomorrow night.