The three EPs were recorded at Cat’s Claw studio and feature brothers Mike Johnson and Jack Victor.
“‘Closer’ is about getting back to something that makes you feel complete,” says bassist Peter Brownlee. “I think that journey can be peaceful and contemplative, and it can also be chaotic.”
For artists, secret gigs represent a break from the typical concert routine, with its posters, social media plugs and mercurial crowds. But what would induce listeners to come out for an unannounced band?
The Asheville art-pop band’s new LP is more of a late night banquet than a simple side item.
Indigo De Souza opens and Darion Bradley’s MachineSpeaks performs the afterparty for the show, which begins at The Mothlight on Saturday, Feb. 4.
Capone’s EP release show is at Isis Restaurant and Music Hall’s upstairs lounge on Friday, Aug. 26.
Kicking off the band’s spring tour is a hometown show with Fashion Bath and Maddie Shuler at Asheville Music Hall on Friday, April 22.
Taking notes from Spotify’s theorem that people are willing to pay more for on-demand music, two buskers have positioned themselves as Asheville’s ‘ Human Jukebox.’
It’s hard to say whether Midnight Snack’s infectious busking sets are more likely to add a bit of pep to the pedestrian pace or to halt it altogether. Either way, the self-described art rock quintet, which made the move from Boston to Asheville several months ago, has been steadily building a presence among downtown’s streetside stages.
As temperatures climbed into the low 70s on Tuesday, March 4, a steady stream of buskers and passersby took to the streets of downtown in appreciation of the day’s allusion to spring.