Suzanne Ciani Is the Winner of the 2017 Moog Innovation Award
The composer and synthesizer pioneer is the first woman to receive the distinction.
The Haxan Cloak Shares a Haunting Track in New Video Interview
"Transposition #4" is a beatless synth work that's both disturbing and enticing.
Remembering Mort Garson, the Plant-Loving, Moon-Landing, and Sadly Forgotten Electronic Music Pioneer
We look back at the life and work of a man who reshaped the sound of the 20th century.
Holly Herndon, Dan Deacon, Gunnar Haslam and More Musicians Mourn the Death of Pauline Oliveros
Musicians from across the globe offered their memories and reflections on Pauline Oliveros.
Jean-Jacques Perrey, Electronic Music Pioneer and Early Moog Musician, Has Died
Perrey's song "The Savers" with Gershon Kingsley was one of the first songs created with a Moog synthesizer.
How Bruce Haack Went From Composing Children’s Music to Making One of Canada’s Weirdest Electronic Albums
Stream the Telephone Explosion reissue of 'The Electric Lucifer,' his 1970 masterpiece about the battle between heaven and hell.
From Laurie Anderson to Grimes, Here's 26 Reasons Why Moogfest 2016 Stood Out
North America's most cutting-edge electronic festival took over Durham, North Carolina for four days of music and more.
Moog is Crowdsourcing Field Recordings for a Global Synthesizer Project
They want to make an interactive tool that enables users to make their own collages of geospecific sounds.
Moogfest Speaks Out Against North Carolina's New Anti-LGBTQ Law
"We are stunned by the news this week, and we invite you to join us in opposing regressive, unjust discrimination of all kinds."
Michael Scott Barron
Moogfest Announces Dizzying Daytime Program
The Future of Thought Sessions highlight the growing relationship between music, art, and technology.
Keith Emerson the First Synth Rock Star Dies at 71
The keyboardist for Emerson Lake and Palmer brought new prominence to the synthesizer.
Ithaca, New York's Eclectic, All-Ages DIY Scene Should Make the Rest of the Country Jealous
With an active all-ages scene driven by the nonprofit Ithaca Underground and cool labels like 73 Records and Don Giovanni calling it home, Ithaca's music is gorges.