Occupy Music

Music for the Occupation

Stephaniesid

$10

"Although generally referred to as an indie-pop band, their sound is actually far more complex and compelling than that genre label implies. Starting off as a darkly bittersweet piano-bar duo (with Chuck Lichtenberger playing piano and Stephanie Morgan singing), the group has since expanded to a full band and become one of the most interesting, experimental and creatively edgy acts.... and [they support] the local scene through efforts like the POPAsheville music festival (formerly known as IdFest). [They] may be one of the defining Asheville-based music acts of this era."--Steve Shanafelt, Mountain Xpress

The Best New Years Possible by Bawk Bach Bagawk

Suggested donation of $10

Bach Bawk Bagawk is at it again, this time they are scheming to make the most epic New Years possible, performing instant soundtracks to several short films, documentaries, and classic shows. Also a special dance set of covers that you don't hear anyone play, but I bet you know the songs! Suggested donation of $10 is appreciated. There will be raffle prizes, insanity, heart-felt moments, sheer gratitude of you coming to the show, and oooo's and aww's from you as you see and hear the classic world record holding band "Bach, Bawk Bagawk." Special guests will be at the show,the celebs will be out in full bloom, and the band will be in costume, so feel free to be in costume your own beautiful self. Remember Frankfort Kentucky knows how to party.

What happens when several experienced, chicken-loving musicians from other known bands set down the instruments that they normally play, and explore new ideas in a different realm on their completely wrong respective instruments? Absolute ecstasy. Bach Bawk Bagawk plays free range music; that is, music with no boundaries, from the eyes and mind of a chicken. There is no practicing, there is no writing; it is completely improvisational. No song is ever played twice. They will go from redneck raw to orchestral genius in 2.73 seconds for her pleasure....and yours, of course.

Shortwave Society

$10

orchestral and electronic soundscapes fused with off-kilter pop songs

Shortwave Society fuses elements from orchestral and electronic soundscapes to create a unique accompaniment to their off-kilter pop songs. Violin, cello, and a sea of vocals weave intricate tapestries while guitar and pianos pulse, and electronic bleeps and blips fill every nook and cranny of your subconscious. These ladies and gents host a post-modern sojourn through jazz, pop, and chamber music traditions; equally at home in the dance club or the concert hall alike.

What happens when several experienced, chicken-loving musicians from other known bands set down the instruments that they normally play, and explore new ideas in a different realm on their completely wrong respective instruments? Absolute ecstasy. Bach Bawk Bagawk plays free range music; that is, music with no boundaries, from the eyes and mind of a chicken. There is no practicing, there is no writing; it is completely improvisational. No song is ever played twice. They will go from redneck raw to orchestral genius in 2.73 seconds for her pleasure....and yours, of course.

In the Middle of Nowhere, In the Middle of Texas

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Boot Dagger

Suggested donation: $5 - $10

Come by after the summer concert for a great and wildly unique show by two members of one of our favorite bands - Bawn in the Mash!

Experimental and live electronic music by Bawn in the Mash's Brey McCoy and Thomas B. Oliverio

Listen at http://www.myspace.com/bootdagger

Experimental and live electronic music by Bawn in the Mash's Brey McCoy and Thomas B. Oliverio

Listen at http://www.myspace.com/bootdagger

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