North America's most cutting-edge electronic festival took over Durham, North Carolina for four days of music and more.
Exclusive photos of this year's performers including Gary Numan, Julianna Barwick, Empress Of, and more.
Picture the epicenter of electronic music. Does Durham, North Carolina, come to mind?
For Moogfest, sound artist Yuri Suzuki and Moog Music’s Chris Howe built a global sampler that is also a sound art installation.
Moogfest hosted a daily series of four hour performances called Durational Sound Installations, and somebody had to do sound the whole dang time.
For every act at the Durham festival that you could lose your mind dancing to, there was something seriously cerebral to sit around and contemplate.
Virtual reality designers Flattsitter and poet Noah Falck take Moogfest attendees into higher states of consciousness.
Lori Napoleon's switchboard synthesizers pay homage to the women pioneers of ambient electronic music.
Moogfest isn't just a music festival. It's Nerdvana, and people came dressed for the occasion.
Grouper's Moogfest set made the case for her as both a musical icon and an artist concerned with the radical act of considered living.
Body Scrub, Gender, an installation at Moogfest, shows that gender is not binary—it’s a floating point number.
We talked to VR pioneer Jaron Lanier about virtual reality’s musical roots.