The Carbon Dioxide Ensemble is a collaboration with Thomas Lundy, Victoria Lundy, and Mark Mosher. We focus on live improvisational performance of Musique concrète. In this unique act Mark uses the Elektron Octatrack dynamic performance sampler to live sample Thomas Lundy as he manipulates a Copper Heart and other objects with dry ice. Victoria Lundy accompanies on Theremin. The only audio source for Octatrack other than drum samples is the input from the contact mic on the Copper Heart. We then support the show with interactive visuals with live camera input.
Check out this recent performance behind-the-scenes performance video in collaboration with filmmaker Taylor Dunne.
We have performed at 6 Concrète Mixer events at the Walnut Room in Denver and were invited to perform for a convocation at the Gates Concert Hall for the Lamont School of Music at the University of Denver. We received a very positive review by Westword Magazine for this show.
Perhaps out of this performance, a new crop of adventurous musicians will take root in Denver or at least a greater awareness of the existence of an experimental scene in Denver spread to people who might be completely ignorant of it.
We were also invited to open day 2 of the internationally known Denver Noise Fest.
Most recently on July 27th, 2019, we gave a talk and brief performance at the Colorado Modular Synth fest on “Theremin, Musique concrète, and Live Sampling, Oh My!”.