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  • LWE’s Guide to Moogfest 2012 | Little White Earbuds

    LWE’s Guide to Moogfest 2012

    The U.S. festival scene is currently riding two distinctly inverse waves. There’s the bloated, upward trajectory being paved by Coachella’s recent expansion to two weekends, then there’s the finely curated micro-fests, centered more so around a singular scope and a distinctly urban environment. (We deal primarily in the latter here at LWE.) Moogfest lies somewhere near the point of intersection. At its core is a unique mantra — honoring the vision of Bob Moog, synth pioneer and electronic music deity — being channeled through a unique setting — Asheville, North Carolina, an absolute gem of a southern locale, nestled within the most picturesque point of the Appalachians. But unlike most city-centric festivals spread throughout multiple venues and peddled to a very specific subset, there’s some breadth to Moogfest. There are techno luminaries (Richie Hawtin, Carl Craig) rubbing elbows with hip-hop luminaries (Nas, GZA). Indie insurgents (Explosions in the Sky, Miike Snow) nestled alongside electronic insurgents (Actress, Andy Stott). And then there’s the acts that you’d be best served not pigeonholing (Death Grips, Tim Hecker and Daniel Lopatin). To help sort the mess, we’ve broken down the schedule by venue, with our picks highlighted.

    Friday, October 26

    Pantha du Prince

    ExploreAsheville.com Arena
    7-8pm — Pantha du Prince
    8:30-9:30 — Nas
    10-11:30 — Primus 3D
    12:15-2am — Richie Hawtin


    Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
    7:30-8:15pm — Bear in Heaven
    8:45-10pm — Miike Snow
    10:30-11:45 — Squarepusher
    12:30-1:45am — Explosions in the Sky

    Black Moth Super Rainbow

    The Orange Peel
    7:30-8:30pm — Killer Mike
    9:30-10:30 — El-P
    11:30pm-12:30am — Black Moth Super Rainbow
    1-2am — GZA presents Liquid Swords


    Asheville Music Hall
    9:45-10:45pm — Wick-it the Instigator
    11:15pm-12:15am — Blondes
    12:45-2am — Ana Sia

    Morton Subotnick

    Diana Wortham Theatre
    7-7:45pm — Buke & Gase
    8:15-9:15 — Morton Subotnick presents “From Silver Apples to a Sky of Cloudless Sulfur”
    10-11 — Exitmusic
    11:30pm-12:30am — Ahleuchatistas

    Saturday, October 27


    ExploreAsheville.com Arena
    7:15-8:15pm — Divine Fits
    8:45-10 — Santigold
    10:30pm-12am — Orbital
    12:30-2am — Shpongle presents the Masquerade

    Four Tet

    Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
    8-9:15pm — The Magnetic Fields
    10-11:15 — Thomas Dolby
    12-1:30am — Four Tet

    Carl Craig

    The Orange Peel
    7:30-8:30pm — Actress
    9-10 — Cold Cave
    10:30-11:30 — Death Grips
    12-2am — Carl Craig


    Asheville Music Hall
    10-11pm — Trust
    11:30-12:30 — Disclosure
    1-2 am — Prefuse 73 with Teebs

    Andy Stott

    Diana Wortham Theatre
    7-8pm — Julia Holter
    8:30-9:30 — Andy Stott
    10:15-11:15 — Tim Hecker & Daniel Lopatin
    11:45-12:45 — Harold Budd with Keith Lowe

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