Miss American Vampire Release Party featuring Mark Mosher, Keldari Station, Victoria Lundy and church fire Friday, October 30, 2015 21+/ $7 / doors open at 8 The Walnut Room, 3131 Walnut Street, Denver, Colorado 80205 (303) 295-1868 Costumes encouraged www.thewalnutroom.com
I'll be performing a solo experimental for the after-meetup. I'll be doing a 30 minute improvised set on a hardware only rig w/ Octatrack + Blofeld (with custom Lemur interface driving Blofeld) + Tenori-On.
Boulder, Colorado, electronic music duo (no)poem are bringing their one-of-a-kind ambient experimental sound to the DMSC Basement next Sunday evening, August 2. Making "intriguing music from odd instruments," (no)poem's structured-but-improvisational work is supported by postcard-sized graphical scores (pictured below). The duo shuns the use of laptop computers or traditional keyboard synths, and uses alternative controllers (a modular synthesizer, an Elektron Octatrack, and a Waldorf Blofield desktop) to produce the work. This instrumental combo is aided by an automated generative visual system guided by, well, nobody. Doors open for a pre-show electronic instrument show-and-tell "petting zoo" at 4:30 p.m., followed by (no)poem's performance at 5:30 p.m. More information about (no)poem is available on the duo's website: http://www.nopoem.net/
Boulder Colorado based duo (no)poem (aka Darwin Grosse on modular synthesizer, and Mark Mosher on Octatrack dynamic performance sampler) are on a tour and will be coming through Lincoln. The unique nature of our interaction comes from the instruments that we use. Darwin focuses his attention on a portable modular synthesizer, while Mark's system is centered around an Elektron Octatrack and a Waldorf Blofeld desktop.This combo is aided by an automated generative visual system guided by, well, nobody. Our work is completely improvised, but are supported by the use of postcard-sized graphical scores. This gives us the ability to create structured improvisations while remaining open to react to our surroundings and to each others' work. We do not use laptop computers or keyboards during our performance, forcing us to use alternative controlling devices to produce the work. Donations at door with door 25% proceeds going to SP CE Commons. http://www.nopoem.net/
textures ambient showcase presents Brocken Spectre, Mark Mosher, Dino J.A. Deane. Textures ambient showcase features 3 live acts each LAST Sunday of the month, 7 p.m. at the Mutiny Information Cafe, 2 S Broadway, Denver. Shows are ALL-AGES, beverages are available, and we requests a $5 donation for the artists. Brocken Spectre the softer side of my music career from my previous Industrial side (with Blackcell), back to my origins (w/ In Ether) of ethereal IDM. http://backwardsrecords.bandcamp.com/album/synthesizing-natural-selection Mark Mosher - Electronic Music Artist Electronic Musician, Composer, and Performer from Boulder CO composing original instrumental electronica, dark ambient and experimental music for Sci-fi and synth fans. http://www.markmoshermusic.com/ Dino J.A. Deanne Multi-instrumentalist, sound designer, conductor http://jadeane.com/
Sounds Like: Nine Inch Nails, Aphex Twin, Orbital, Tangerine Dream - Band, Kraftwerk
Bio: Mark Mosher is an electronic musician, sound designer, and composer from Boulder, CO. He is also a seasoned performer who has played 100s of shows in bands prior to launching his own one-man show in 2009.
He now performs his original sci-fi inspired electronica and ambient compositions using ex...See Full Bio