In this new series, we’ll share some of the local and regional tracks we’ve been listening to lately. This week’s songs are: • “Cut Me Out,” by The Low Counts (High Point) • “Sun Goes Down,” by WorldLine (Asheville) • “Bring on Fire, Bring on Rain,” by Reed Turchi (Asheville) • “Live from the End […]
Local electronic psyche-pop outfit RBTS WIN (Javier Bolea and Cliff Worsham) dropped sun-drenched, beat-heavy album Palm Sunday last summer, to widespread acclaim. In fact, tracks like “Death Magic” and “Mountain Child” provided the perfect soundtrack to warm days and long evenings. Today, RBTS WIN releases a deluxe edition of that album. It includes extra tracks […]
A major goal of this year’s retooled five-day festival, say organizers, is to synthesize innovative artistic expression and economic success. And the local musicians involved seem to be embracing those aspirations with open arms.
RBTS WIN’s long-awaited (and well worth the wait) “Palm Sunday” drops today. Click through for details on a ticket giveaway to the album release show on Saturday, July 13.
Asheville native Elliot Heller (aka DJ Equal) is based in New York City but returns to WNC on Friday, May 24 for a show at Club Tetrus. RBTS WIN also performs a DJ set as Brutal Wizards. In advance, Heller talks to us about his career, the New York scene, how he finds new music, and his travel tips.
This weekend features visual arts, written word, pets and outdoors. As always, Xpress brings you the best in budget-friendly events.
This weekend features an eclectic offering of low-budget events, including a map reading class, multiple garden sales, star gazing in the Smokeys and more.
Learn wilderness survival tips, dance to live electronica, sample free yoga classes or learn about origami, all for less than a fast food dinner. As always, share more budget-friendly events in the comments section.
Local electronic trio RBTS WIN drops The Dark Ones tomorrow. In advance of that release, Xpress talks to Cliff B. about the album, the band’s Moog AHA AVL show, and what the future holds.
For trinumeral night, the Emerald Lounge hosts a quartet of local bands for just a quintet of dollars.
Festival lineups inevitably leave music fans with some tough choices, and yesterday’s Bele Chere schedule was no exception. Check out some highlights from a few of the shows (including a late night performance from Space Capone) here.