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Honored with Best of Denver 2014 by Westword Magazine for Experimental Music Concert Concept


A show concept I organized (and participated in as a performer in the first show in Aug 2013), was recognized by Denver’s paper The Westword as a ‘’”Best of Denver 2014”!

Best Experimental Mix Denver 2014 – Watt? Amplified and Supercharged Music Expression

Mark Mosher organized the Boulder Synthesizer Meet-Up to connect with others interested in using technology in music. He found kindred spirits in internationally touring trombone player Darren Kramer and Victoria Lundy of the Inactivists and the now-defunct Carbon Dioxide Orchestra. The trio played through Mosher’s audio rig, with Kramer processing his trombone through analog and digital devices and Lundy joining him on her theremin. Playing separate sets with a collaborative performance at the end, Kramer, Lundy and Mosher presented a tour de force on the current state of electronic music and its future.

See article here.

The first show was a great team effort which included Victoria Lundy, Darren Kramer,Gannon Kashiwa. Thomas Lundy, and the Dairy Center For the Arts. Here is a behind-the-scenes video of my sound check from that show.

Save the date for April 25th 2014 8pm, as Victoria Lundy, and I – along with Wes Milholen (aka Antidata) will bring the latest version of this show to Dairy Center Center. Pre-sale tickets are here. More details on that show in a future post.


By Mark Mosher

Synthesist, Electronic Musician, Multimedia Artist | Founder of the Rocky Mountain Synth Meet and Synth Patrol

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