The musician describes her sound as “whimsical, fervent and, at times, spooky” — another reason it’s perfect for Halloween week.
British-born, Paris-based singer opens for Son Little on Thursday, Oct. 26 at The Mothlight.
The neosoul singer/guitarist plays The Mothlight on Saturday, Oct. 14 at 9:30 p.m.
The North African guitarist and his band play a free show at The Mothlight on Monday, Oct. 2.
The Friday, Sept. 8 show at The Mothlight was originally a favor to Spaceface, a band led by Seth Kauffman’s friend Jake Ingalls of The Flaming Lips, though Ingalls later had to cancel.
This week’s installment features four internationally-touring acts who all have an Asheville connection of sorts.
Over the past year, that unique sound has led Durand Jones & The Indications to tour the country and perform gigs at festivals including South by Southwest and Voodoo Music + Arts Experience. The group now brings its funky grooves to The Mothlight on Wednesday, Aug. 23.
This time around, it’s an all-locals edition (well, three actual local artists and one honorary local).
Verbeck — a local composer, ethereal vocalist and Girls Rock AVL band coach — has been steadily at work on her second album, a follow up to her dreamy, electro-pop-flavored self-titled debut.
The former Lost Sounds bandmates play The Mothlight on Friday, Aug. 11, at 9:30 p.m.
Blues, amped-up Americana and cracked psych-folk are just some of the music choices available to Asheville music lovers in the next 30 days.
Taich performs at The Mothlight on Thursday, Aug. 10, with Maddie Shuler and Livingdog.
The record release show for Tam Tsu’s Man Will Drown takes place at The Mothlight on Thursday, Aug. 3.
This week’s roundup includes Singapore’s diva of the Theremin, the Jason DeCristofaro Quartet, Sister Ivy and the Lætitia Sadier Source Ensemble.
Tam Tsu holds an album release show at The Mothlight on Thursday, Aug. 3, with House and Land and Nathan Olson.
There’s a wide variety of music on offer this go-round, from folk rock to experimental jazz to hotshot guitar-slinging. And there’s a local tribute to a beloved band of yesteryear.
The Mothlight hosts the night of metal on Tuesday, July 4.
Cindy Wilson will celebrate the release of ‘Change’ with an East Coast tour, including a stop at The Mothlight on Tuesday, June 27.
Three of this edition’s artists are local to Asheville, and the other represents an important piece of the history of nearby Athens, Ga.’s music scene.
The benefit show takes place at The Mothlight on Wednesday, June 14.
Sarah Louise Henson and Sally Anne Morgan pool their considerable knowledge of traditional music while embracing minimalism and experimentation.