The members of the Emancipator Ensemble and Odesza stopped by the Moog factory to check out the Sub 37 prototype before their show.
February 7th marks both the 1974 birthdate of visionary hip-hip producer James "J Dilla" Yancey and the 2006 release of his highly celebrated album Donuts. Although Donuts was received with universal acclaim, J-Dilla's battle with the uncurable blood disease TTP ended with his passing on Feburary 10, 2006.
Folk Pop ensemble Lost in the Trees entered into the Moog sound lab to reshape one of their haunting melodies. Here are scenes from the session.
MOOG SOUND LAB | Black Angels
Recently Austin, TX based rockers The Black Angels filled with the Moog Sound Lab with their signature brand of pychedelia.
"I'm so glad we had time to swing by the Moog Sound Lab to record with nothing but Moog synthesizers," said keyboardist Kyle Hunt in an interview with Rolling Stone. "It was fun to strip away our 'go to' guitars, organs and fuzz pedals and see what can happen when you explore analog synthesis with modern stability and patching!"