I Speak Machine have released the first music video, Shame, from their upcoming album, Zombies 1985, which the band describes as a “sinister, synth-centric love letter” to 1980’s horror.… Read More I Speak Machine – ‘Shame’
Gary Numan and I Speak Machine have announced a Moog Mother 32 giveaway to help promote their upcoming US/Canada tour dates, including shows in LA, Chicago, New York, Austin and at Moogfeest 2016. “We’ll be supporting the legendary Gary Numan on 9 dates of his US/ Canada tour,” I Speak Machine’s Tara Busch told us.… Read More Win A Moog Mother 32 From Gary Numan + I Speak Machine
Sunday Synth Jam: This video captures a live version of Gary Numan‘s Cars by I Speak Machine (Tara Busch and Maf Lewis). Recorded live October 1, 2015 at the Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles, where I Speak Machine performed, supporting Gary Numan.
Synthesist Tara Busch let us know about a Kickstarter project she’s involved with, Zombies 1985. The project is to help fund a short film, set in 1985, about a self-obsessed man who fails to notice the Zombie Apocalypse happening around him. The film will have a live score by Busch and Benge Edwards. Project backers, at all… Read More Synthesizers + The Undead Meet In Zombies 1985
I Speak Machine – My Sex was uploaded by: John Foxx
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Moogfest 2011, held Halloween weekend in Asheville, N.C., was one of the biggest US electronic music events of the year. If you couldn’t make it, though, you can still check out some of the highlights online: Tangerine Dream’s entire Moogfest appearance is available via streaming at the NPR site. NPR has a festival recap at… Read More MoogFest 2011
The Bob Moog Foundation has announced its lineup of educational events for MoogFest 2011. If you are attending MoogFest, make sure you check out the schedule, because the event will offer a rare opportunity to learn about synths and their history from ‘music mavericks, legends and pioneers. Here’s the schedule:
Producer, remixer & blogger (Analog Suicide) Tara Busch has donated a new EP, The Rocket Wife, to the Bob Moog Foundation as a fundraiser. You can preview it above. The three track EP is available for $4.99, with funds going to support the Foundation.