Shane Perlowin is prolific. His new solo album, Odei, follows less than a year after his last release, Anatomy of a Moment, with percussionist Tatsuya Nakatani. Also in that eight months or so, Perlowin toured in Europe, composed sheet music and begat an heir — hence Odei‘s spritely-if-contemplative middle track, “Is That You My Daughter […]
Shane Perlowin and Tatsuya Nakatani hold an album release party for “Anatomy of a Moment” at The Mothlight on Sunday, Nov. 17.
This weekend, enjoy a scenic hike, outdoor festivals, a float down the French Broad and more. As always, Xpress brings you the best in low-cost entertainment.
Foogmess III showcases Asheville’s booming experimental music scene.
This weekend offers crafts, comedy, theater and more. As always, Xpress brings you the best in low-budget entertainment.
Local musicians celebrate the Black Mountain College composer’s centennial with an evening of music at The Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center on Wednesday, Aug. 15.
To scale, Lexington Avenue Brewery may be as crowded as Bele Chere tonight — but guitarist Shane Perlowin should be audible still. He plays in the front room from 6 to 9 p.m.
The July installment includes free jazz trio Tres Hongos (pictured), with Xambuca and Shane Perlowin/Jason DeCristofaro duo, at BoBo Gallery on Saturday, July 21. Photo by Amanda Raber.
This weekend you can dress up like Han Solo, pedal beneath the full moon, share a favorite story or put your beard to the test, all for a nominal fee. As always, Xpress highlights the best in low-cost local happenings to keep you entertained without breaking the bank.
Local musician Shane Perlowin is currently on solo tour in Europe. He sent a virtual post card to Xpress. Photos by Courtney Chappell.
photos by Jonathan Welch
It’s a fact of participatory art: Kids participate, adults photograph. On Sunday, July 11, with music for a never-made David Lynch film, a blank canvas, a performance artist painted in white (at least at the beginning), lots of tempera paints and kids with helping hands, “Splat” began.