Miss American Vampire ft. Mark Mosher, Keldari Station, Victoria Lundy, Church Fire

Mark Mosher

Mark Mosher is an electronic musician, sound designer, composer and performer from Boulder. He has performed at festivals and theaters around the country such as Electro-Music Festivals in NY and Asheville NC, Pacific Northwest Synthfest, Art Institute of Sunnyvale, Georgia Tech, Midwest Electro-Music Experience, The Dairy Center for the Performing Arts and more. Mark is the founder of the 190+ member strong Boulder Synthezier Meetup (www.meetup.com/The-Boulder-Synthesizer-Meetup) and has been blogging on music technology for over 9 years at www.ModulateThis.com.
Mark is excited to be returning for his fourth Concréte Mixer show. At this event, Mark will be creating expressive sample-based "instruments" on-the-fly on a computer-less and deep hardware sampler called the Elektron Octatrack. On most pieces, he will build up his instruments in real-time by capturing audio from contact mics and output from other musicians at the event. Mark will also be performing using original harmonic content distilled down into expressive performance patches on the Octatrack and on Ableton Sampler and Ableton Push. To accompany the music and sound for the show, Mark will also be providing interactive visuals with live camera input. For more information and links to albums, please visit www.MarkMosherMusic.com and www.AIWinter.net.

Keldari Station

For the last release of 2013, Dan Dada Records Presents "Where in the Universe is Keldari Station" The two Denver CO based electronic musicians in Keldari Station lived together for over a year before it occurred to them to make music together. This new partnership evolved from improvising on various pieces of analog and digital hardware, and a desire to make music that could heal in some way. Their live shows also consist of a large amount of improvisation. To help capture this energy, "Where in the Universe is Keldari Station" was recorded with no overdubs.

Victoria Lundy

Victoria Lundy has been playing theremin in the Denver experimental/underground/punk scene since the 90s. She was a member of the avant garde Carbon Dioxide Orchestra, who opened for the legendary Silver Apples in 1997; is a founding member of Denver’s acclaimed nerd rock band The Inactivists and has appeared all of their 6 CDs and EP, and as a guest player live and in recordings with other local artists. She also was a member of Jackson Induced Mutant Laboratory and performed with them at the 2011 Denver Noise Festival and at the 2013 Denver Post Underground Music Showcase with ambient project Pythian Whispers. Victoria has appeared at many venues in Denver as well as Boulder’s Dairy Center for the Performing Arts, and demonstrated the theremin at the World Science Fiction Convention. Recently she’s been concentrating on solo ambient work exploring the expressive qualities of the theremin. http://fandalism.com/victorialundy.

Church Fire

once upon a time overandover throughout eternity already and soon to be from 8th grade algebra to a never ending microkorgy, we danced. and we made you dance. and you are dancing. and it is evil.



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