Electro Music 2010 Report

Mark Mosher attended and performed at the recent Electro-Music 2010 festival, held September 10-12, 2010 in Huguenot, New York.

This three day conference/music festival features concerts, seminars, demonstrations, and jam sessions.

It was his first time at the Electro-Music festival, and he came away impressed:

I didn’t know anyone in the Electro-Music community before I got there. It didn’t matter. Organizers and other artists made me feel right at home the minute I got there. So I entered as a stranger and exited as a friend and feel I’m now part of the Electro-Music “tribe”.

So to recap – I saw amazing performances, had a great time performing, learned new things at sessions, picked up lots of tips and ideas, had a blast playing jams, sold/bought/traded CDs and ended up discovering some great new music. The festival offered a unique opportunity to meet electronic music artists and enthusiasts from all over the US and around the world. I also ended up bumping into some twitter and Modulate This friends I’d never met in person before.

Check out Mosher’s full show report at ModulateThis! And if you made it to Electro-Music 2010, leave a comment and let us know what you thought the highlights were.

2 thoughts on “Electro Music 2010 Report

  1. For me, one highlight was the post-festival jam on Sunday night at 1am. That session included Andrew Koenig, Glenn Henriksen, Ken Palmer, Mel Morley, Daniel Vose, Mathe Sluijter, and Myself. Also, it was great to play for such an appreciative audience, and I received many positive comments for the Technicolor Travel Agency and xeroid entity concerts.

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