The folk-rock band from Shelby recently released its self-titled debut. The Paris Thieves perform at The Pulp on Wednesday, Jan. 29.
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Sound Track web extra: Pool
The latest album from Ryan Barrington Cox is comfortable in both its weirdness and its hooky popness, pairing unusual instrumentation with rhythmic jangle. Cox will play at French Broad Brewery on Friday, Jan. 24, from 6-8 p.m.
Sound Track web extra: Isolation Studies #2: The Hypermodern
The latest in a series of conceptual releases by Jason Smith, aka Night’s Bright Colors,
SoundTrack web extra: Goodbye to Analog
Semi-local alt-rock outfit Treadmill Trackstar released its latest album earlier this year. The concept project pairs a song collection with a text script. Both can be downloaded for free.
Sound Check: Balsa Gliders
Last week, Charlotte/Raleigh/Philadelphia-based Balsa Gliders blew through town for an all-too-brief visit. Before the band’s energetic set at The Odditorium, they talked about keeping the creative impetus going and remaining current in the regional music scene. Click through for the video interview and exclusive performance. Photo by The Balsa Gliders on Instagram.
Sound Track web extra: Sings
Marley Carroll’s new 12-track album is out on Tuesday, Dec. 3. Release show at The Millroom on Friday, Dec. 13. Photo by Nicole McConville.
Sound Track web extra: Tina and her Pony
Tina Collins and Quetzal Jordan make a great case for whimsy and animal aliases. The duo’s opening set at The Altamont Theatre last weekend was folky, rootsy, warm and unexpected.
Just in time for Wednesday
Decent Lovers just released “Keep It Together.” Check out the new track and battle the mid-week blahs.
Sound Track web extra: Holy Holy Vine
The experimental indie-folk outfit, led by Flora Wolpert Checknoff, supported Hurray for the Riff Raff at The Grey Eagle on Friday. It was an opening set that made arriving early well worth the effort.
Sound Track web extra: You are the Sun
Local folk-rockers Warm the Bell released a new album earlier this year in one of the most under-hyped campaigns of all time. The modesty is refreshing, but not at all necessary.
Gathering thunder clouds and delicate chimes
Shane Perlowin and Tatsuya Nakatani hold an album release party for “Anatomy of a Moment” at The Mothlight on Sunday, Nov. 17.
Sound Check: David Mayfield
The David Mayfield Parade performed at The Grey Eagle last weekend. Before the show, Mayfield talked to Xpress about his new album and his connection to Asheville. Video by Jesse Hamm.
Sound Track: Telecine’s self-titled album
The local noise-rock trio holds an album release party at The Odditorium on Friday, Nov. 8.
Sound Track: Simple Little Town
Recently formed bluegrass band Unspoken Tradition (led by singer-songwriter Ty Gilpin) holds an album release party at The Bywater on Friday, Nov. 8.
Sound Track web extra: Weaker Things
Local indie-rock outfit Comet West holds a release party for new EP, “Weaker Things” on Friday, Oct. 18 at The Mill Room.
Sean Hayes came to get down
The N.C-raised, California-based singer-songwriter played a standout show at The Grey Eagle last weekend.
Sound Track web extra: Sigur Rós
Relive Saturday’s stunning concert at the U.S. Cellular Center. The 12-member Icelandic band performed a gorgeous and transformative 100-minute set. Photos by Yeager St. John.
Sound Track web extra: No Way to Live
American Gonzos hold a record release show for their new album on Saturday, Oct. 5 at The Lab.
Sound Track web extra: More Songs About Animals and TV
Alligator Indian releases a new EP that’s at once gorgeous and weird. They’ll hold a release party at Apothecary on Thursday, Sept. 26.
Sound Track web extra: Red Honey and the Pleasure Chest
Red Honey holds an album release party at Wicked Weed on Thursday, Sept. 19. 9 p.m., free.
Sound Track web extra: Tell The Ones I Love
Asheville’s Steep Canyon Rangers release their new album today. The band is on a Grammy-winning streak, so this new record could add to their collection of awards.