A-Ha performs an unplugged version of their iconic synth pop classic, ‘Take On Me’.… Read More A-Ha Does ‘Take On Me’ Unplugged
Heaven 17 performs their banned-by-the-BBC synth pop classic, (We Don’t Need This) Fascist Groove Thang.… Read More (We Don’t Need This) Fascist Groove Thang
Reader Miguel Fernandes shared his cover of the Eurythmics synth pop classic, ‘Sweet Dreams’.… Read More Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams (Cover)
‘Bright Noise’ is the first single off of the new Femmepop album, Dancing With Myself, available on Bandcamp. … Read More New Music From Femmepop – ‘Bright Noise’
Buchla & Singing is just that – vocals and nothing but a vintage synth. … Read More Buchla & Singing
At Moogfest 2016, held May 19-22, 2016 in Durham, NC, Gary Numan and his band performed three shows, to standing-room-only audiences. In his Thursday-Saturday night residency at Moogfest, Numan featured one of his classic albums each night: Replicas, The Pleasure Principle, and Telekon.
Ableton Live Trainer Rishabh Rajan shared his EDM/K-Pop cover (with vocalist Sachié Amira) of Let It Go and has released the Ableton Live session as a free download. “The vocal processing is all native to Ableton Live, so it may be worth checking out how it was done,” notes Rajan. “No third party plugins in the session so… Read More K-Pop ‘Let It Go’ Cover – Code:MONO With Sachié Amira (Ableton Live Session Download)
Johns Hopkins University has announced that synthpop pioneer Thomas Dolby is joining their faculty as the first ‘Homewood Professor of the Arts’. At Johns Hopkins, starting in the fall, he will be teaching ‘Sound on Film’, a collaboration between Homewood’s Film and Media Studies program and Peabody’s Recording Arts and Sciences program. In the programe, students create… Read More Thomas Dolby Now Professor Dolby At Johns Hopkins University