Mark Mosher is a synthesist, sound artist, electronic musician, and performer from Boulder Colorado. He’s been creating with synthesizers and samplers for over 20 years. He performed on keyboards in an award winning rock band for over 13 years and has been performing as a solo and collaborative electronic artist for over 5 years locally and at festivals, concert halls, theaters and university across the US.
His solo work is focused on releasing and performing original cinematic sci-fi inspired electronica and ambient music. This includes his alien invasion concept album series which includes the albums Reboot, I Hear Your Signals, and Fear Cannot Save Us. These albums are a balance of beat-driven and dark ambient works.
More releases here plus all this music is available on your favorite stores such as iTunes, Amazon MP3, Google Play..
Live “Invader Cam”‘ Shows with Interactive Visuals
To visually amplify his live performance, Mark simultaneously performs unique “invader cam” visual based on live camera input with real-time visual synthesis. Links: Upcoming Shows | Past Shows | Testimonials | Video | Flickr Photos.
Select venues where Mark has performed include Gates Concert Hall at the University of Denver, The Dairy Center for the Performing Arts, Electro-Music Festival NY, Electro-Music Festival in Asheville NC, Pacific Northwest Synthfest, Art Institute of Sunnyvale, Georgia Tech, Midwest Electro-Music Experience, The Microsoft Store, the grand opening of the University of Denver’s Performance Black Box and more.
Sonic Encounters Soundscapes Podcast
Mark also releases long form cinematic soundscape improvisations via his Sonic Encounters Podcast. Click here to subscribe in iTunes and your favorite podcatcher.
Ambient and Experimental Collaborations
Technologist, Speaker, Community Organizer
Mark gives back to the electronic music community by blogging on at Modulate This! – now celebrating it’s 9th year. At a local level, he’s the founder and host of the 300+ member strong Boulder Synthesizer Meetup. Mark has hosted 40+ events in over three years.
For more visit Mark’s projects page.