According to a statement from the company, Moog plans to continue to be headquartered in Asheville, where it will continue to design, engineer, service and manufacture instruments, although a selection of instruments will be produced by “trusted partners.”
As the minutes ticked past 5 p.m. on June 1, a crowd of about 50 Moog employees and their supporters gathered in the outdoor area of nearby Archetype Brewing North with banners and signs. The occasion: the launch of a campaign for Moog workers to join the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 238.
Management at Echo Mountain, Moog and d&b discuss various pivots to sustain their businesses during COVID-19.
Local farmers and manufacturers express concern about the impact retaliatory tariffs sparked by new Trump administration trade policies could have on their businesses.
Roedelius makes a rare North American appearance at The Mothlight on March 18 before heading to Knoxville for this year’s Big Ears Festival.
If you caught the band’s mostly sold-out debut tour, you already know it’s hard to listen to any Sylvan Esso song and remain sitting still. This version of “H.S.K.T.,” recorded at Moog Music as part of the Moog SoundLab series, is no exception.
BEAT LIFE performances aim to further Asheville’s presence in electronic music by pairing live shows with professional learning and networking opportunities. The event’s latest incarnation spotlights the work of New Orleans-based hip-hop artist Amahl Abdul-Khaliq, also known as AF THE NAYSAYER.
Asheville-based post-rock band Comet West is composed of Britt Benson-Greer, Shane Myers-Bennett, Nick Rodriguez and Samuel Robbins. The group formed in 2012 and crafts muscular, energetic songs as concerned with melody as with no-holds-barred sonic assault. Comet West performed as part of the AHA AVL series on Dec. 11. Xpress is partnering with Moog Music […]
A major goal of this year’s retooled five-day festival, say organizers, is to synthesize innovative artistic expression and economic success. And the local musicians involved seem to be embracing those aspirations with open arms.
Moog Music’s local series also served as the album release for Albert Adams’ more or less every other day. Photo courtesy of Moog Music.
Xpress is partnering with Moog Music to curate AHA AVL shows. Local indie-rockers Total War launched the 2013/2014 season in October. Photo courtesy of Moog Music.
Revisit Razor & Blade’s’ AHA AVL performance.
A move to ship Bob Moog’s archives from Asheville to New York is creating family discord over the best way to preserve the late inventor’s legacy.
Today, May 23, a group of local restaurants are coming together to celebrate what would’ve been Bob Moog’s 79th birthday by donating a portion of sales to the Bob Moog Foundation.
Today, May 23, is Bob Moog Day in Asheville, honoring the legendary instrument inventor on what would’ve been his 79th birthday.
In case you missed the local band’s show at the Moog Factory, you can catch the highlights in this video, posted by Shuffle Magazine.
AC Entertainment will not license the Moogfest name in 2013. Photo by Rich Orris.
There’s a lot happening this weekend (“weekend” being loosely defined here as the stretch of days between Thursday and Sunday). Much of it is Moogfest-related, but there are also plenty of peripheral activities that are free/cheap and/or off the beaten Moogfest path for festival attendees and festival shunners alike. Day parties (Decent Lovers, pictured, play Apothecary), a Bob Moog-inspired outdoor installation, two athletic events and even an afterparty are on the list. We’ll add more events as we know about them, so check back!
Eat out at Early Girl or buy some Moog Music merch, and your money will help support the Bob Moog Foundation on the anniversary of the electronic music pioneer’s 78th birthday.
The performance video, hosted by Shuffle Magazine, was released this week.
I was just reading the Dec. 28 "A-List” issue of Xpress and was reminded of the huge Bele Chere hip-hop controversy this summer. It brought up a few things that had apparently been swimming just below the surface of my awareness for a while. I remember Moog's Emmy Parker making a big, big deal about […]