Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 8:00 p.m.
1919 Commonwealth Ave.
Charlotte, NC 28205
Tickets: $7 plus
Airy and light in her vocals and emotionally transparent in her lyrics, indie pop artist Ashlyn Uribe has a gift for creating and directing an atmosphere, a skill honed by her background in theater and through her work with Blumenthal Performing Arts. Her latest release, 2021’s “bleed & bloom,” is a track highlighted by soft synthesizers, laced with heartbreak, and doubling as a message of strength.
North by North is a rock ‘n’ roll band formed in 2012 from the south side of Chicago.
It’s Snakes is a funk-rock quartet consisting of Hope Nicholls on vocals and standing-drums, Aaron Pitkin and Greg Walsh on dueling guitars, and Darrin Gray on bass. Upbeat and playful, the band pays homage to different eras of music, taking a little rock from the Rolling Stones and even some James Brown, infusing their influences into a style all their own. Their latest album, 2020’s LX, lives out loud and playfully, pulling in rockabilly twangs with “Snakes and Their Horses” and “Cricket Rider,” while inviting listeners onto the dance floor with clapping beats and stomps on tracks like “New Earbuds” and “13 ½.”