Moogfest presents FutureThoughtFutureSound-Exclusive Interview


“I know you can’t bring the dead back. I do know that but…through music they can be there.”
-Laurie Anderson

Moogfest presents


Interview with Laurie Anderson

α : Setting The Controls To 2017

2017 is nearly here and Moogfest is ready for it. As they begin to set the controls toward the festival in May, Moogfest also feels it’s necessary to take pause for a moment and reflect upon what has happened this year in their realm, while also giving insight into the journey to Moogfest 2017.

Beginning this month in Moogfest’s weekly transmission of FutureThoughtFutureSound, they are thrilled to announce a new series of exclusive new interviews hosted by Yo Gabba Gabba’s DJ Lance Rock, peeks into their ramp up to the festival, and curated playlists in ode to the musical legends the music community lost this year.

Very soon wave after waveform of exclusive content, announcements, and offers will start being released through the Moogfest newsletter. Stay tuned and slightly de-tuned…

FutureThoughtFutureSound is a weekly newsletter transmission from a worldwide community of creative voices. Sign up to receive rare and exclusive content, 2017 lineup announcements, and offers through Moogfest’s ongoing investigation into future thoughts, and future sounds.

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β : Legacy Format .: Laurie Anderson in conversation with Lance Rock

Laurie Anderson, Lance Rock

Laurie Anderson, Lance Rock

Last May at Moogfest 2016, DJ Lance Rock (Yo Gabba Gabba) interviewed the iconic artist, sound pioneer, and dream weaver Laurie Anderson. Candid moments of laughter, reflections on her late husband Lou Reed, her recent film “Heart of a Dog”, and her creative process come together in an in-depth conversation.

filmed by Subtractive at The Durham Hotel
thumbnail photo by The1point8

Read More Here via Vice THUMP

δ : Rest in Perpetual Oscillation, Pauline Oliveros

Pauline OliverosSynthesis pioneer and fearless experimental artist Pauline Oliveros moved on to the other side recently. Her involvement with the San Francisco Tape Music Center and ongoing dedication throughout her entire life left us with a wealth of recordings. The body is gone but her work remains and we’re still listening.

To honor her passing, we curated a playlist of Pauline’s work spanning multiple decades. Her work varied from deep meditative drones, stark mind-jarring sound experiments, pure unadulterated noise, and the outer edges of the avant-garde.


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