Seminal German synth group Tangerine Dream will live on, after the death of founder Edgar Froese, say the surviving band members.
The group will also be working again with Peter Baumann, who was part of Tangerine Dream from 1971-77, as part of the much-loved Baumann, Franke & Froese period.
The group made the announcement in the Tangerine Dream newsletter: Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: This video captures a live performance, by Martin Ley & David Liney, of the Edgar Froese solo track, Stuntman. Continue reading
Edgar Froese – the creative soul of the influential electronic group Tangerine Dream for the last 48 years – died in January.
Now Froese’s son, Jerome Froese – who was part of the group for more than 15 years – has announced that Tangerine Dream is dead, too.
In a statement on his Facebook page, Jerome Froese makes clear that his father was the soul of Tangerine Dream, and that the group should not carry on without him: 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.
You can listen to A Farewell To Edgar Froese via the embed below or at the Progtopia site: Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: In memory of Edgar Froese, who died last week (Jan 20th) at the age of 70, here is a classic live performance by Tangerine Dream.
The recording comes from a concert at Place des Arts (Montreal), on April 09, 1977. It features the seminal Edgar Froese, Chris Franke & Peter Baumann lineup. Continue reading
Edgar Froese – the creative soul of the electronic group Tangerine Dream for the last 48 years – has died. Continue reading
The original Skoog is a MIDI controller that looks like a big squishy toy. It was designed to be accessible and bring physical modeling synthesis, sampling and MIDI to users that may not be able to use a standard controller.
Now Skoog Music has announced the Skoog 2.0, above, a new version that’s designed to be more affordable and more powerful. Continue reading
This video captures part of Christopher Franke‘s live concert in London in Oct 1991. Continue reading