Music Monday: Armen Ra “Plays The Theremin”

I was first introduced to Armen Ra’s music through the radio show and podcast Spellbound, a brief program of music for theremin where I heard the song “Dle Yaman”. The song is both beautiful and haunting. I immediately bought his album Plays the Theremin which is simply fantastic. Most of the songs have sparse accompaniment... Continue Reading →

Music Monday: Tara Busch “The Rocket Wife EP” A Benefit for the Bob Moog Foundation + Remix Contest

Back in late August Tara Busch (http://analogsuicide.com/)  released The Rocket Wife EP. Sales of the album benefit the Bob Moog Foundation. The album is available on bandcamp and I’ve embedded a preview below. It’s a great EP with some cool ethereal tracks featuring Tara’s awesome synth work and vocal stylings. Give it a listen below and please... Continue Reading →

Music Monday: Speakeasy by dRachEmUsiK

I picked up the Speakeasy CD by dRachEmUsiK at the merch table at Electro-Music 2011 and it’s now in my favorites playlist. dRachEmUsiK is the most recent project by international, award wining electronic musician, sound designer and producer Charles Shriner. I first met Charles last year at EM2010 and really enjoyed seeing his live performances... Continue Reading →

Music Monday: New Studio Album by Gary Numan – “Dead Son Rising”

Gary Numan has a new studio album called Dead Son Rising. The new album developed out of a set of demos the singer had left from previous projects, but as he explains: ‘The original ideas that sparked off these songs are now barely visible. It’s grown into another animal, something more experimental.” Produced and co-written... Continue Reading →

New Music Monday: Thereminist May Roosevelt’s “Haunted” Album

According to May Roosevelt - “IT IS TIME FOR THE DEAD TO HAVE A WORD WITH THE LIVING” and she delivers through her album Haunted. Her web site describes the album: "Haunted": The Strange Musical Case of May Roosevelt May Roosevelt's new album "Haunted" opens doors to phantoms of the past. The work's eight musical... Continue Reading →

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