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Analog Moon takes the stage at 9:30pm.
A Liquid Assets Event Benefitting COR and Pawmetto Lifeline Robert Mills House 1616 Blanding Street Hampton – Preston Mansion 1615 Blanding Street Entry to the festival is located on both ends of Blanding Street bounded by Henderson and Pickens, one block from Taylor.
Sounds Like: Flaming Lips, MGMT, Archers of Loaf, Band of Horses, Pink Floyd
Manager: Cale Johnson
Bio: · E x p e r i m e n t a l · P s y c h e d e l i c · I n d i e · R o c k ·
Front man Todd Britton started Analog Moon in 2005 while living in Columbia, SC. The band went through multiple line-up changes before Britton relocated to Asheville, NC, in 2008. While working on a follow-up to the band’s...See Full Bio
: As it turns out, our next record is beginning not with a guitar or piano, but with a soldering iron. https://t.co/V1PqXvRcbm
“Ever since founder and frontman Todd Britton moved to Asheville two years ago, he’s been so focused on recording their new record, Ascent and The Secret There Below, that his band has performed live only once. But all that’s about to change. If you don’t believe us, go Google their catchy new single, “Soda City.” (Seriously, we’ll wait). With its chugging guitars and haunting falsetto chorus, it’s a tune that perfectly captures the band’s intoxicating, psychedelic brand of power-pop. That polished sound has been a long-time coming, though. In fact, the first incarnation of the band started back in 2005, while Britton was living in Columbia, S.C. He was recording a solo album at his home studio when he invited pal Rusty Ginn — who, small world, now also lives in Asheville — to lay down some keyboard tracks. With Ginn’s input, the songs took on a life of their own, so much that Britton ditched the solo thing and started a band. He named the new project Analog Moon”