“What It Is” Episode 3 – “Hey Ho” Bands – What’s Up With That?

Hosted by Joe Kendrick, this edition of “What It Is” features Molly Kummerle, Jay Sanders, Caitlin Krisko and Jason Sandford, discussing “Hey Ho” bands … why we love ‘em, why we … just watch.

Mountain Oasis – The Appalachian Caught Up With Molly

The Appalachian wants you to know how to correctly navigate Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Festival … they caught up with Molly for a few thoughts …

Tune Into 98.1 The River

Tune into 98.1 The River between 4:30 – 4:45 pm today to hear Molly chat with Heather Anders about the Orange Peel show with Two Fresh, the new album, and the rise in electronic music!

Molly Featured on Esko’s “Nowhere To Fall”

 Raised in New Jersey but residing in Los Angeles, CA, emcee Esko has completed his sophomore LP, The Seed, a 10-song album where he relates his life story to the metaphor of a seed that’s fallen from a tree and is forced to rebuild from nothing.

Esko reached out to Molly for a collaboration on a dark and haunting track … Nowhere to Fall

You can check out his music and download The Seed for FREE Here

Emancipator Live @ Camp Bisco 2012 – with Inspired Flight & Molly from Paper Tiger

Video by Chris Fendrich

Emancipator @ Camp Bisco – With Special Guests & Molly on Guest Vocals

Via Camp BiscoThe wait is over…
No one can ever replace Shpongle (Simon Posford), but we have worked hard to present a special set jam packed with sit ins from some of Camp Bisco’s favorite artists. Emancipator Live with Special Guests: Simon Greeen aka Bonobo on Bass, Dominic Lalli of Big Gigantic on Sax, Gabe Lehner and Eric Poline of Inspired Flight, and Molly Kummerle of Paper Tiger. We are thrilled about this special set filled with unique collaborations.

Camp Bisco XI - Friday Schedule

Paper Tiger & Archnemesis This Thursday

Archnemesis with Paper Tiger


We’re stoked about our show this Thursday at Asheville Music Hall with Archnemesis … we’ll be debuting 2 new songs, one of which is a collaboration between Molly & the electronic duo Scoundrel … don’t miss it!!

Tickets & More Info:  HERE

Mooged Out Volume 2 | Asheville NC

In case you haven’t heard this yet … The Bob Moog Foundation mooged out compilation … it’s pretty bad-ass, features an original collaboration with molly on vocals ;)

Mooged Out Volume 2: Highlights and Studio Notes


Mooged Out Asheville, Volume 2 features 14 Asheville-based recording artists, each contributing a track to benefit the Bob Moog Foundation. Spanning musical styles ranging from rock and hip-hop to dubstep and avant electronica, the album is a dynamic showcase for the wealth of sounds inspired by Bob Moog’s contributions to modern music. The album is not strictly electronic music, but an expression of the wider pool of creativity that Bob touched.

Compiled and produced by BMF volunteer Dave Hamilton, who also produced the first volume, the CD is dedicated to Meg Lauzon, who was a friend to the Foundation and to the Asheville music community. The opening track features BMF Executive Director Michelle Moog-Koussa reading a description of Bob’s one-of-a-kind invention, the Multiple-Touch-Sensitive Keyboard, accompanied by music from the duo Blinding Standstill. Additional tracks were contributed by the West African-influenced Toubab Krewe (one of Bob’s favorite bands), as well as acts such as Stephaniesid, Telepath, and 15-year-old phenom Summit Jaffe, also known as Numatik.

Mastering for the album was contributed by Seva at Soundcurrent Mastering, Knoxville, TN.

Download the album on iTunesDownload the album on AmazonPurchase the album in our online store 

Bring the Walls – The Adapters

Mike Rhodes – Drums, Jay Sanders – Bass, Jon Paul Hess – Electric Piano, Chris Tanfield – Rhythm Guitar and Theremin, Jason Daniello – Moog Guitar, Molly Kummerle – Lead Vocals

Track notes from Dave Hamilton, producer:

The Adapters is the name associated with collaborative efforts between Molly Kummerle and myself for the benefit of the Bob Moog Foundation. The musical group draws from a rotating cast of Foundation volunteers. “Bring the Walls” was composed as a group effort by Dave, Molly, thereminist Chris Tanfield, and songwriter Joe Szabo. It was the first of four songs recorded live at Bob Moog’s 75th birthday celebration on May 21, 2009.

After equipping the Orange Peel’s stage with a portable recording rig, the evening began with Mike and Jay laying down a slow and solid rhythm track. Following their exit from the stage, Jon Paul sat down at the Wurlitzer electric piano while Chris plugged in his electric guitar to lay down the song’s melodic framework. The recording rig captured their performances as the recently finished rhythm track played through the house sound system. This live overdubbing process was then repeated for the theremin and Moog Guitar until the musicians had constructed a full instrumental track. As the celebration continued, Molly stepped onto the stage to record lyrics inspired by The Adapters’ mutual respect for Bob Moog’s work.

After the event, the tracks were taken to Echo Mountain Recording Studio for vocal overdubs, Moogerfooger application, and final mixing.

Behind The Music – Verve Magazine

VERVE Asheville chatted with molly, as well as some of asheville’s leading ladies in the music biz about the scene, venues & what it’s like to keep on breaking new ground.  Read the story:  Western North Carolina’s Smartest Magazine for Women – January 2012 – Behind the Music

Jessica Tomasin, Liz Whalen, Crissa Requate. Photo: Zaire Kacz

Happy Holidaze …

Mountain Xpress chatted with Molly & a number of Asheville musicians about christmas tunes … this is what we said ;)

Ho Ho Who? (with videos), Part Two | Mountain Xpress | Asheville, NC