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Thursday, November 02, 2023

Molchat Doma | На дне | Moog Sound Lab

video upload by Moog Music Inc

"In a recent visit to the Moog Sound Lab in Asheville, NC, Belarusian-turned-LA post-punk trio Molchat Doma performed an exclusive version of “На дне (Na Dne, At the Bottom),” the dark, danceable opening track of the band’s second studio album, 'Этажи (Etazhi).'

Formed in 2017 and currently on the coveted Sacred Bones Records roster, Molchat Doma has been a force in defining today’s new-wave renaissance. The band’s synth-pop-meets-industrial style is a seamless and authentic representation of ‘80s synth-driven sound—revived and reimagined.

In this performance of “На дне (Na Dne, At the Bottom),” the band blends warm synth leads, pulsing bass lines, and deep, droning vocals. On top of a simple, resolute drum machine beat, the artists use Moog One, Moog Grandmother, and a Novation 49SL MKIII to build the track’s melodic leads and bass.

Molchat Doma is…
Egor Shkutko: vocals
Roman Komogortsev: guitar, synths, and drum machine
Pavel Kozlov: bass and synths

For more about Molchat Doma, visit"

Monday, July 24, 2023

New Mort Garson LP: 'Journey to the Moon and Beyond'

Mort Garson - Moon Journey (Official Visualizer) video upload by Sacred Bones Records

via The Bob Moog Foundation

"The 1969 Moon landing happened 54 years ago last week -- and we've got the soundtrack. 🌕 👩‍🚀

After launching into space on July 16, the Apollo 11 crew landed on the moon's surface 54 years ago last Thursday.

The news soundtrack was straight from a Moog IIIc modular synthesizer -- and the mind of the brilliant early Moogist Mort Garson.

For decades, the audio was presumed lost, the only trace of it appearing as part of this old video clip.

But according to Sacred Bones Records, an audio archivist came across a copy of the master tape. Now, a new Mort Garson LP, 'Journey to the Moon and Beyond,' includes the soundtrack to the live broadcast of the Apollo 11 moon landing, as first heard on CBS News.

Support our work & get your copy here."

Tuesday, February 02, 2021

Unborn Baby MIDI Controller in Luca Yupanqui's Sounds of the Unborn

video by Sacred Bones Records

World's youngest electronic musician? It is interesting, when you think about generative music creation.

From 'Sounds of the Unborn,' out April 2.

Video directed by Victoria Keddie.

Sounds of the Unborn was made with biosonic MIDI technology, which translated Luca’s in utero movements into sound. With the help of her parents, Psychic Ills bassist Elizabeth Hart and Lee Scratch Perry collaborator Iván Diaz Mathé, Luca’s prenatal essence was captured in audio. They designed a ritual, a kind of joint meditation for the three of them, with the MIDI devices hooked to Elizabeth’s stomach, transcribing its vibrations into Iván’s synthesizers. They let the free-form meditations flow without much interference, just falling deeper into trance and feeling the unity. After five hour-long sessions, the shape of an album began to emerge. Elizabeth and Iván then edited and mixed the results of the sessions, respecting the sounds as they were produced, trying to intervene as little as possible, allowing Luca’s message to exist in its raw form.

Iván Diaz Mathé explains their new video for first track "V4.3 pt.2"
"We did some Super 8 footage during the recording sessions and later we teamed up with artist Victoria Keddie because we love her approach an aesthetic. She processed the film with analog gear and created a visual trip that summarizes what we felt while creating this album."

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Mort Garson’s original Moog Synthesizer used to record Plantasia (1976) 🌱.

via @moogmusicinc

"Photo-Synthesizer: Mort Garson’s original Moog Synthesizer used to record Plantasia (1976) 🌱.

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