Local musician and composer Danny Peck, aka dep, has set a challenge for himself this month: To compose, record and post one song each day. The project, called Mayday 2015, is being updated a song at a time on Bandcamp and Facebook.
Whether you’re celebrating Solstice, Yuletide, Christmas, Saturnalia or nothing at all (Humbug Day is Dec. 21), we’ve got a song for you. Actually, local musicians have a song for you. From new releases, recorded just for the holidays, to old favorites (remember the Yo, Humbug! album from 2000, featuring Tyler Ramsey among other WNC-based artists?), […]
Here’s the thing: There are lots of holiday songs. Too many, depending on who you ask. But even though Thanksgiving launches the festive season, it’s tidily left out of the whole “I’ll be Home for Christmas” / “Deck the Halls” songbook. So we searched our archive of local and regional releases for themes of home, […]
Local musician/composer Danny Peck, aka dep, releases his most ambitious album to date on Thursday, March 20.
The newly-released moody/breathless/tender/atmospheric album by local musician/composer dep is his most fully-realized to date. Album cover art by Janice Peery.
The local ambient-electronic musician and composer drops his new project at BoBo Gallery on Friday, Oct. 26. Watch an exclusive performance and video interview, filmed by Asheville Multimedia.
This Saturday, May 26, dep (pictured) and The Night Lights performs a 7:30 p.m. show as part of the Inner Music concert series.
Two local musicians launch a new project, Molly Kummerle of Paper Tiger guests on vocals and the night includes an audience-participatory jam session.
This weekend is ripe with music; but, as always, we offer a wide range of budget-friendly events that includes theater, film and art. While you’re here, share more low-cost happenings in the comments section below.
In advance of two August shows (a CD release party on Saturday, Aug. 20 at BoBo Gallery and a show this Saturday, Aug. 6 at the LAB), dep gives a preview of his original compositions. Video by Bob Peck of [rev]pictures.
Local musician Dep releases a new downloadable album. (Get a first listen here.)
Whether you’re looking to survive the zombie apocalypse, read a dirty poem to a room full of strangers, explore the meaning of life or just dance like no one’s looking, we’ve got a budget friendly event for you. And while you’re here, check out Clubland for a complete guide to weekend music.
Asheville-based recording artist Danny Peck (a.k.a. dep) releases his fourth album, Start Loving the Robots, a collection of electronica soundscapes and esoteric explorations.