Birmingham’s Supersonic Festival teamed up with the brilliant Moog Sound Lab to host a four-week artist residency at Birmingham City University’s Parkside campus.
Musicians were able to experiment and compose with analog sound-scaping, synthesis and effects using the iconic synth of these revered instruments.
Brighton-based producer, composer and artist Elizabeth Bernholz or Gazelle Twin was one of the artists to let loose in the Moog Sound Lab with a hooded accomplice. Click here to watch the performance.
Composer, sound historian, roboticist, and theremin genius Sarah Angliss was also one of the artists experimenting in the Moog Sound Lab. Watch Angliss pull music out of thin air in the video here.
The Moog Sound Lab also featured the Birmingham duo – Free School who are local purveyors of silky disco, with a cosmic twist. Watch their performance here.