Harvest Records announces Transfigurations II lineup Unless you work for, say, AC Entertainment, or are just a glutton for punishment, you probably don’t want to organize music festivals on a regular basis. That’s kind of how Harvest Records owners Mark Capon and Matt Schnable felt after pulling off their highly regarded Transfigurations Festival — and […]
“This time nine years ago, Matt and I (and a bunch of close friends) were scrambling to try to open a record store that we didn’t actually know how to run, in a neighborhood that no one really cared about,” begins a Facebook post by Harvest Records co-owner Mark Capon.
Add Vile to the list of big names who’ve played in store at the West Asheville record store.
Last month, we joined Floating Action on the set of its latest video, an ‘80s-themed aerobics spoof for “Matador,” a bouncy rock anthem from its latest album, Fake Blood. Now, after nearly two months, the video has finally been released.
The shoegazey-singer-songwriter (of Mojave 3) returns to Asheville for an intimate concert event this Saturday.
For weeks, Xpress has been updating you on Floating Action’s forthcoming record and high-profile brushes with fame. Now, fans can finally see what all the (most recent) fuss is about. The band’s latest LP, Fake Blood, is officially in stores.
The local record haven celebrates eight years in business by offering nearly 10,000 records for a dollar or less.
Music lovers began waiting outside Harvest Records at 3 a.m. By the time the doors opened seven hours later, anxious customers wound around the building, forming a line that spanned nearly two blocks. Inside, fans scrambled to the special release tables where a plethora of limited edition vinyl waited.
Static Age and Harvest Records both have marathon days planned. Image from AM New York.
The Critters’ “Visions of Light” is an infectiously gritty take on melodic psych-pop. This weekend, the band celebrates the EP’s official release with an acoustic instore at Harvest Records, followed by a raw and rowdy electric set at The Get Down. Xpress brings you this exclusive performance in advance of Saturday’s doubleheader.
Traffic was steady throughout the day at the fifth-annual record sale, with most of the serious buyers pursuing a niche interest. One woman was looking for 12” disco singles. Another man was only looking for jazz from the ‘50s. Neal Richardson, who lives in downtown Asheville, sported a beanie propeller cap with the slogan “I don’t wanna grow up.”
For some, going back to the time when records were the way music was delivered, it is an apt slogan.
Harvest Records and Tomentosa Records host 40 tables of vinyl, vinyl and more vinyl at The Grey Eagle this Sunday.
The Field and The Drums (pictured) both play Harvest Records (Friday and Sunday, respectively); on Saturday there’s an exclusive early release and listening party for Brian Eno’s Panic of Looking.
Well, if this don’t beat all. The creaky and emotive songwriter will play Marshall High Studios. Thanks to Harvest Records for making it happen.
This holiday weekend offers outdoor festivals, music, theatre, art and more, all for a reasonable price. So throw on some flip flops, grab your American flag bandana and celebrate our nations independence with a bang. And don’t forget to check our Community Calendar for a complete schedule of holiday happenings.
The Oscar-winning singer/songwriter stops by both Harvest Records and the Orange Peel on Monday, June 6.
Tonight, stellar photog (and good pal) Zen Sutherland has an artist reception at Harvest Records for his new show, Standing There. Don’t miss it!
We’re taking to the streets, forests and shops of Asheville to highlight the brightest in local music. And the best part? There’s no cover and you don’t have to leave the house!
Local music lovers mark your calendars: Harvest Records announced today that it is taking over the space next door (the recently vacated Custom Boutique), and they’re throwing a party to celebrate.
The Camper Van Beethoven and Cracker front man puts out a solo album and plays a solo acoustic date at Harvest Records next week.