‘When This Life is Over,’ which features Hannah Mohan’s dog on the cover, was a decided effort to shirk convention — or, in Mohan’s words, an exercise in “doing whatever the hell we want.”
Local experimental-rock band Fashion Bath launches new LP, Give It, with a free show at The Mothlight on Monday, Aug. 10.
While Doc Aquatic’s Sunday show at Bele Chere was not the final set of the festival, the local band’s potent mix of psychedelic experimentation and relaxed indie-rock played like the final word on a weekend’s worth of music. Photos by John Zara.
Portland-based and Asheville-born Sallie Ford and her band The Sound Outside plays The Grey Eagle on Tuesday, March 19. The show is headlined by Thao and the Get Down Stay Down. 9 p.m., $12 advance / $15 day of show. Sallie Ford & the Sound Outside release their third album, “Untamed Beast,” on Tuesday, Feb. 18. Photos by Melani Brown.
The local rockers played a stunning show at The Lab last weekend. Fronted by Penelope Zing, the band references some of the best of ‘80s and ‘90s regional rock, while bringing wholly original songs to the stage.
Following a nod from MTV Hive, the Utah-based indie-rockers make their way to Asheville. They play Jack of the Wood on Sunday, Dec. 9.
The newly-formed group (members of Spoon, Wolf Parade, New Bomb Turks and Papa) maybe be more of the drum, bass and guitar school, but Britt Daniel says they write songs on synthesizers. And they’re excited to play Asheville.
The Brooklyn-based psychedelic indie-rock duo performed a headliner-worthy opening slot on Tuesday night.
The formerly-local musicians left Asheville for L.A., and now they’ve moved back to Nashville and are celebrating that and an upcoming album with a show at the Grey Eagle on Wednesday, June 14.
The indie-rockers (formerly based in Asheville) return to the Grey Eagle on Sunday, April 22. In advance of that show, Liz and Stuart Baker talk to Xpress about new EP, “When the Internet is Down.” Click through for audio and slideshow.