Testimonials & Press

“Every note is finely crafted, and not one is wasted, yet it evokes a sense of freedom. Mark’s music is a celebration of possibilities.”

Chris Stack, Experimental synth.com, Asheville, NC

“The first time I heard Mark Mosher play an electronic music festival, he was the standout of the entire weekend. His music was awesome, and I’ve been a fan ever since. This guy has music technology down!”

Geary Yelton, Executive Editor at Synth and Software Magazine | Former Sr. Editor at Electronic Musician Magazine

“Mark, your performances exceeded every expectation. The videos don’t hold a candle to the awesome experience of your live show. MUST be seen in person to be believed.“

Steve Turnidge, Author “Desktop Mastering”, Seattle, WA

“Your music is amazing and your performance blew me away. Incredible!”

Matrixsynth.com, Seattle, WA

“Mark’s music is so innovative – simultaneously thought-provoking, intelligent, creative… One could hardly envision a more wonderful application of electronic technology.”

Elzbieta Nolan, Arts Commissioner (Former), Boulder, CO

Runner up for “2016 Best of Denver – Best Visuals for Experimental Music 2016”

Westword Magazine

“Twelve of Colorado’s Greatest Synthesizer Artists” in 2017

Westword Magazine, Denver, CO

“Best Experimental Mix Denver 2014 – Watt? Amplified and Supercharged Music Expression… Kramer, Lundy and Mosher presented a tour de force on the current state of electronic music and its future.”

Westword Newspaper – Mar 22, 2014

“Some of Denver’s Most Challenging Music Finds a New Audience at DU…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.”… [full article]  

Westword Magazine – Oct 20, 2014

Fear Cannot Save Us, which is a continuation of the science fiction themes from his earlier albums Reboot and I Hear Your Signals, but is also one of the finest classic electronic music albums I’ve heard in a while.

Darwin Grosse – Art + Music + Technology Podcast

Goosebumps and Deep Breaths…I’m trying to restrain myself in writing this review as it’d be easy to come off sounding a bit hyperbolic… But these rich soundscape “stories” sincerely do thrill my senses… The concept for Sonic Encounters (so far, and in my interpretation) is this… You read a short text (sometimes the title is […]

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