Lucius is a five-piece rock band from Brooklyn, that, since the release of its first LP last October, has garnered an unusual amount of excellent press — from Rolling Stone and NPR to Pitchfork and Vogue — for such a young band. Lucius’ music and self-presentations most often highlight the two female lead singer-songwriters, Jess […]
The Canadian dream-pop duo played a short but beautiful show at the Orange Peel last weekend. Photo by Last.fm.
Folk-soul musician Citizen Cope returned to Asheville (on election day, no less) in support of his new album, “One Lovely Day.” Photos from Citizen Cope’s Facebook page.
Last Friday’s electro-pop and new wave revival show at The Orange Peel had its highs and lows. Photos by Rich Orris.
Not many show openers (especially solo singer-songwriters) get standing ovations and come back on stage for encores. Ramseur recording artist Samantha Crain did earlier this week. Here’s why.
The local electronic dance music duo performed last night as part of Moog Music’s ongoing concert series.
The Tallest Man On Earth (aka Swedish singer-songwriter Kristian Matsson) played a huge show to a sold-out crowd, and rounded out his Asheville visit with a Moog Sound Lab session. Photo by Rich Orris.
No one seemed more surprised than Langhorne Slim himself that his Jan. 21 show sold out. Hopefully that’s enough incentive for the thrash-folk musician to come back to Asheville soon.