Harvest Records To Celebrate 10 Years With Transfigurations II

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Harvest Records, the Asheville, NC based independent record  store and label, will be hosting a weekend-long celebration of the store’s 10th birthday on August 28-31. The celebration, dubbed Transfigurations II, will feature over 25 bands performing across three venues in Asheville and Marshall, NC.

The event will continue the legacy of the store’s 2009 festival, Transfiguration I, and include performances by The Clean, Lee Fields & The Expressions, Mudhoney, Michael Hurley, Sonny & The Sunsets, Moon Duo, Angel Olsen, Mount Eerie, Endless Boogie, Reigning Sound, The Sadies, Steve Gunn, Bassholes, Hiss Golden Messenger, Disappears, Kevin Morby, Quilt, Sir Richard Bishop, Pete Swanson, William Tyler, Fountainsun, Wooden Wand, EDJ, Bitchin Bajas, Axxa/Abraxas, Container, Profligate, Dylan Golden Aycock, and Nest Egg.

Harvest Records owners Matt Schnable and Mark Capon claim that “Since our college days together, the idea was consistent: Open a record shop, yes, of course . . . but don’t let it stop there. Create a space dedicated to the discovery of music, the exchange of ideas, a place for broader discussions about community.” Transfigurations II will celebrate the success of Capon and Schnable’s vision and a full decade of the store’s flourishing and carefully crafted community.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit http://harvest-records.com/transfigurations/

FULL TRANSFIGURATIONS II LINEUP:
The Clean
Lee Fields & The Expressions
Mudhoney
Michael Hurley
Sonny & The Sunsets
Moon Duo
Angel Olsen
Mount Eerie
Endless Boogie
Reigning Sound
The Sadies
Steve Gunn
Bassholes
Hiss Golden Messenger
Disappears
Kevin Morby
Quilt
Sir Richard Bishop
Pete Swanson
William Tyler
Fountainsun (Daniel Higgs + Fumie Ishii)
Wooden Wand
EDJ (Eric D. Johnson of Fruit Bats)
Bitchin Bajas
Axxa/Abraxas
Container
Profligate
Dylan Golden Aycock
Nest Egg

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