Visulite Theatre (16+ (Must have ID) - Under 16 with Parent Only)
Doors Open: 7:00 - Show Starts: 8:00
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Pink Beds is a cerebral indie pop band formed in 2020 at the cusp of the initial lockdowns. Composed of four friends from Asheville, NC, they’ve cultivated a strong bond through a shared passion for lush soundscapes, artfully crafted tunes, and rhythms you can’t help but be moved by. The mélange of dream pop, new wave, lounge, and disco aims to create an ethereal listening experience with a combination of low-end groove, velvety guitar, silky keys, gritty synth, and catchy melodies. After a productive 2022 securing a foothold in southeast markets, becoming a FloydFest On-the-Rise artist, and a Relix Magazine Sonic Showdown Finalist, the band is releasing a new album in the Spring of 2023.
“What started out as a casual jam to entertain a keg party has morphed itself into one of the most intriguing new musical acts in Western North Carolina.
Aiken, a Brevard native, now fronts an Asheville group that stands at the intersection of indie rock, psychedelic folk and cerebral pop. It’s a seamless blend, more so a vibrant flow, that harkens back to the sounds of early 2000s indie icons The Strokes and Keane, with a thick thread leading to the melodic camp of Tame Impala.”
— Garret K. Woodward, Rolling Stone Contributing Writer
Since the release of her first LP the Indie Pop-Rocker "Let it Leave" and sophomore Indie Pop-Soul infused "Legacies", Deau Eyes has toured the US solo and with her full band, performing at SXSW 2022, supporting indie rockers Illiterate Light on a leg of their fall 2022 tour (she also joined IL and The Head and the Heart at Ting Pavilion in Charlottesville VA in July as support), and received a nod from NPR as an Artist to Watch in 2023.
Start Time: 8:00
Te'Jani is a staple of the Charlotte music scene. With guitar being his first love, he describes his music as being for “black kids who loved Guitar Hero 3,” a lived truth for him as the game inspired him to buy his own electric guitar at 11 years old. Indeed, his recorded repertoire reflects the intersection of pop, R&B, and punk rock sensibilities.
Leveraging his multi-hyphenate creative skillset, Te’Jani has established himself in Charlotte in the recording studio, working on projects for Queen City stalwarts like Mavi, Nia J, Cyanca, Erick Lottary, and Elevator Jay. Moving from behind the scenes to the stage, Te'Jani is now evolving into a solo artist with his guitar and vocals now being backed by bass and drums. His two albums—GIMP (2022) and ON PROZAC (2023)—showcase the songwriter’s poignant lyricism as he explores the melancholy of lost relationships over his own instrumentation.