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Can you dig it?

Digable Planets and Camp Lo leave Asheville in an uplifting hip-hop daze
Camp Lo took the stage first, with slick hats and flashy gold chains no less. Their arrival was met with heavy applause as they went right into spitting their catchy, charismatic flows.

Independence Incidents

The String Cheese Incident rocked out with a wild crowd two nights in a row at the U.S. Cellular Center.
Classics like “Birdland,” “Mouna Bowa,” and “Texas” incited early pandemonium in the building. The volume of twirling and dancing could rival any ballet.

String Cheese Incident to play two nights of shows July 4th weekend in Asheville!

Asheville Music Guide had a chance to chat with Bassist Keith Moseley to get the low down on what he and the band have been up to.
For over 20 years now, String Cheese Incident has been a staple of the festival circuit and the Asheville music scene. Starting at Be Here Now and eventually moving to what is now The U.S. Cellular Center, String Cheese has played over a dozen “Incidents” here over the years. Now they have a new Summer tour on the horizon, which includes two nights in Asheville over the 4th of July weekend.

Time for Tim Heidecker

Cult comedy favorite gears up to perform at The Orange Peel
You may know him best from the insanely popular Adult Swim show Tim and Eric Awesome Show: Great Job!, or maybe you loved him in the 2012 dramatic film The Comedy. Ask anybody, Tim Heidecker is simply a comedy god among men.

A conversation with Pure Bathing Culture

The indie pop duo talks Prince, getting teary-eyed at concerts, and why tour vans reign supreme
Holden Mesk, writer for Asheville Music Guide, spoke to Sarah Versprille and Daniel Hindman from Pure Bathing Culture on Tuesday about their upcoming tour with Death Cab for Cutie and CHVRCHES. The band is set to play the U.S. Cellular Center here in Asheville on Saturday, June 11th.

Yea, Yea, Yeasayer!

Yeasayer killed it Thursday night at The Orange Peel!
They do an amazing job of transcending the limited world of psychedelic-trance-rock and have moved towards a more sophisticated indie-experimental-rock, drawing inspiration from 8-bit video game sound effects to headier spiritual stimuli.

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