Sony Classical has announced a new release, Bach To Moog, an album that’s expected to be the first created with Moog Music’s reissued System 55 modular synthesizer. Continue reading
The label will be the home for 12” vinyl records, by artists using Elektron instruments. The releases will be limited to 300 copies and all profits will go to charity. Continue reading
In this short video interview, techno producer Carl Craig shares his thoughts Detroit, his musical influences and the first time he heard a synthesizer. Continue reading
The latest episode of the Progtopia podcast is a farewell to Edgar Froese (6 June 1944-20 January 2015).
In this episode, Progtopia host Mark Ashby shares his thoughts on Froese’s passing, plays some highlights from Froese’s career; and talks with electronic musician Ian Boddy and journalists John Diliberto, Anil Prasad, and Cliff Pearson, all of whom had a close connection with Froese and his music.
In this video, Robert Fripp demonstrates his ‘Frippertronics’ setup for live looping and overdubbing, using a pair of reel to reel tape recorders. Continue reading
Among the early announced 2015 Grammy Awards, Aphex Twin (Richard D. James) has received the Best Dance/Electronic Album Grammy, for Syro.
The other nominees included:
- While (1<2), Deadmaus
- Nabuma Rubberband, Little Dragon
- Do It Again, Röyksopp and Robyn
- Damage Control, Mat Zo
Here’s minipops 67 from Syro: Continue reading