Listen: Jherek Bischoff Live In Concert Jherek Bischoff is known for pushing the limits of orchestral music. For this special set for the Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit, Bischoff worked with four local Asheville, N.C. musicians.

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Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit

Jherek Bischoff, Live In Concert

Jherek Bischoff, Live In Concert

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Multi-hyphenate entertainer Jherek Bischoff is known for pushing the limits of orchestral music. For this very special set for the Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit, Bischoff worked with four local Asheville, N.C. musicians willing to learn his complex, blissful compositions in less than 24 hours, and also asked his friends from the band People Get Ready to contribute vocals and percussion.

Here, Jherek Bischoff performs live at The Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit on October 25, 2013.

Set List:

  • Dae2
  • Reminder
  • Eyes
  • The Nest (Featuring Jen Goma of People Get Ready)
  • Sad Major
  • Blossom
  • Your Ghost (Featuring Jen Goma of People Get Ready)
  • Kule Kule (Konono No. 1 Cover)
  • Cistern

Credits:

Producers: Saidah Blount and Bob Boilen; Audio Engineer: Kevin Wait; Photos: Adam Kissick

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