Sunday Synth Jam: This video captures a live television performance by Austrian Apparel. “Here’s a live performance of two of our tracks (Sky Deep + Gaaxy),” says reader Dominik Traun of the band Austrian Apparel. “We take it serious calling ourselves a live techno act. No preproduced loops, no MIDI, no laptops, no CD players, mistakes included.”
Sunday Synth Jam: This video, via musician, sound designer, synth nerd, FXpansion support dude, father, runner and eater of hummus rozz3r (Rory Dow), captures his live studio analog synth jam.
Sunday Synth Jam: Lady Starlight and Surgeon warmed up the crowd at a recent artRAVE Lady Gaga event with this improvised techno set.
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Sunday Synth Jam: This video captures a live techno jam by Moscow based music collective Space Ego.
Adelaide, Australia “acoustic bass synth” player Jake Clark, aka Pipe Guy, plays a live techno/trance/house/White Stripes set on his homemade PVC pipe instrument.
This audio podcast, via the New Yorker, is a brief history of techno.
Sunday Synth Jam: This jam session, via Polish techno/house producer Kuba Sojka, is a test of using Roland’s new TR-8 and TB-3, on a cover of a classic acid techno track, Underground Resistance – Rainbows Over Paradise. The choir sound comes from a Roland JX-305.