Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit Brings Out the Freaks
Asheville, N.C. – As usual, the costumed freaks came out pre-Halloween weekend in this beautiful university town in the Blue Ridge Mountains. And this year, it was for the first Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit presented by AC Entertainment.
Running this past Oct. 25-27 at various venues in downtown Asheville, N.C., the MOEMS presented more than 50 electronic-oriented acts, including several top DJs like Claude von Stroke and Bassnectar. DJ Times served as media sponsor to the festival and co-presented its closing party—The Orb at Orange Peel closing party. It all looked like this:
Arena Scene: Lasers fire over festival fans. © Criss Images
Nine Inch Nails: Trent Reznor in action © Criss Images
Supergroup DJ: Deltron 3030’s Kid Koala. © Criss Images
In the Mix: Robert DeLong at Orange Peel. © Reggie Tidwell
King Britt presents Fhloston Paradigm. © CurveTheory
Wound Up: Gary Numan at the arena. © Criss Images
Chillwaves: Baths performing at Orange Peel. © CurveTheory
Halloween Costumes: Super Mario Bros. at the arena.
Wafty Beats: The Orb’s Alex Paterson at Orange Peel. © Criss Images
Fans get their collective groove on.
Ambient: Ulrich Schnauss at Wortham Theatre. © CurveTheory
Bass Bombs: Bassnectar rocks the arena. © Criss Images
Madhouse: Party people in the arena. © CurveTheory
Dirtybird: Claude von Stroke mixes it up. © EarthMusic Photography
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