This is the music video for
My Sex – a great cover of the Ultravox 1977 original, by the Tara Busch project, I Speak Machine.
I Speak Machine is Busch’s ‘alter-ego that creates darker, starker, more electronic sounds than Tara Busch naturally would.’
Here’s what she has to say about the cover:
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:
If you’ve got photos or videos of your own to share, leave a link in the comments!
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:
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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. Continue reading
Punkin Face and Pussy Willow interview Synthlebrity Tara Busch after her performance at Moogfest 2010, on the latest episode of the bizarro
Get To Know Your Moog Show – Special Moogfest 2010 Edition.
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Tagged analog, analogue, contest, Etherwave theremin, Halloween, Moog, Moogfest, Moogfest 2010, Tara Busch, theremin, video |
Sunday Synth Jams: This video captures Tara Busch, live at TEDxCardiff. Low on the synth side but very high on the epic vocalization side. Continue reading
Free Music Friday: Here’s a little something from Tara Busch, her retronica take on the Cure’s Let’s Go To Bed.
From the Cure Tribute album
Perfect As Cats – A Tribute to The Cure.
Tara Busch: “The motherf*cking mother of all synth pics, complete w/ the best helmet ever.”
No disagreement here – this represents the ultimate 80′s synthgasm – to have so many synths that you have to be air-dropped into position.
Anyone know anything about this photo? Looks like it could be
Klaus Schulze in his glory days to me.