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Tashi Dorji’s new album is a provocative encapsulation of national anxieties
The longtime area guitarist reflects on his superb new album and the existential nature of improvisational music.
Smart Bets: Kuzu
The new trio, which includes Asheville-based guitarist Tashi Dorji, plays The Mothlight on Oct. 4.
Album review: ‘Leave No Trace: Live in St. Louis,’ by Tashi Dorji and Tyler Damon
Dorji and Damon use the contrasts between loud and quiet, harsh and soft, abrasive and soothing. But because their work is untethered from concepts such as meter, the fast/slow dynamic employed by progressive rock artists is not part of the duo’s exploration.
Sarah Louise shares a new forest-themed record at The Mothlight
The Asheville vocalist and multi-instrumentalist plays a record release show May 17 at The Mothlight.
Shane Parish records interpretations of Appalachian folk songs
“Originally the theme was death and judgement,” says Parish of the album that would become Undertaker Please Drive Slow. He’ll release it with a show at The Grey Eagle on Sunday, Nov. 27.
Tashi Dorji’s new album blends cultures and subcultures
Tashi Dorji talks a lot about community — in terms of both Asheville’s punk scene and his interest in radical politics. Nonetheless, he’s releasing an album’s worth of eccentric solo guitar music. In 2000, Dorji, a native of Bhutan, received a scholarship to Warren Wilson College, where he studied philosophy and political science. Forays into […]