The podcast series features interviews with a variety of local figures who seek a better, sustainable world post-COVID-19.
“I’d been looking at how to expand what I do, because I’m always bugged by ideas,” says Davaion Bristol. Launching “Smoke Break” as a video podcast “gave me another outlet to express myself, to connect with people.”
“Palimpsest” releases new episodes bi-weekly on Tuesdays.
Whether you’re a podcast newbie or an enthusiast, these local podcasts are worth a listen.
Comedian Noah Gardenschwartz performs Sunday at Pulp.
Take in American Craft Week events or dance your diaper off. Podcast hosted by Theresa Amandi of Asheville Free Media’s Bombshell-ter Radio.
Adopt a pet, browse arts and crafts and catch some theater this weekend. Podcast hosted by Theresa Amandi.
Learn how to keep bees naturally, expand your farm and gaze at the night sky this weekend with CalCast. Podcast hosted by Kim Roney. Photo by Kristina Mercedes Urquhart.
From gypsy jazz to Appalachian seafood, there’s plenty to do in WNC this weekend. Podcast hosted by Asheville Free Media’s Kim Roney.
In this episode, the Bastards examine megahit superhero movie The Avengers.
Ready for another rambling podcast about movies? We thought you might be.
After a five-month hiatus, the Elitist Bastards Go to the Movies are back!
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.
Dr. Dog’s Toby Leaman talks to Xpress about figuring out what kind of band Dr. Dog really is, recording lo-fi and having fun in everything the group does. The band plays the Orange Peel on Thursday, March 15. Click through for the podcast interview. Photo from d.drdogmusic.com.
The Malaysian-born singer-songwriter talks to Xpress about how travel impacts her songwriting, what her next album might sound like, and what it’s like to be on the Brushfire recording label. She plays at Jack of the Wood on Monday, Feb. 27. Click through for the podcast.
Local busker Ryan Comer covers Wilco’s “She’s a Jar” on a Lexington Ave. corner.
Local busker Ryan Comer covers Bob Dylan’s “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right” on a Lexingon Ave. corner.
Busker Dillon Broxson performs his original song “If You Were Mine” on the streets of downtown Asheville.
New Hampshire-based touring buskers the Erik Caron Connection perform their song “Always” in front of Malaprop’s.
Local jazz buskers Mario Piccolo (guitar, vocals), Drayton (fiddle) and Steve Karla (guitar) cover “It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing).”
Austin-based musician Mike Gray explains the origin of his unique instrument, then covers Blind Willie Johnson’s “Everybody Ought To Treat A Stranger Right.”