Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Pins and Things

Heres a new video for one of the tracks of my latest album, Sulieo. Its me touching some synths, and things

Friday, 18 July 2014

MUS_IIC Festival.01

We are hosting a mini-music-fest at the Red Gallery in Old Street. You must come! Its us (Wrangler, who just made it onto The Quietus' best albums of the year so far thing), Gazelle Twin and also Minny Pops, cool!


Here are Minny Pops in action in 1980:


Zombies, 1985!

In the mean-time get involved here

Needle Box

Speaking of Alessandro, he has just done a mix of Buchla-only tracks by various artists. INCLUDING ME!

Indiana Drones

Steve and I went to see Alessandro Cortini play with NIN at the o2 last month, it was an awesome performance


Here he is talking about his live rig. What is so special about Alessandro is that he uses mad low-fi stuff like a 4-track cassette machine on a stadium tour! How cool is that?

(sorry about any ads on this video - youtube is so very annoying these days)

He's got a really great new album on double vinyl - I'm really enjoying it. Here

Sunday, 13 July 2014

Benge - Sulieo

Here is a new Benge album, recorded on some early modular synthesisers:

Here is the 8 page booklet:

Sulieo Booklet by Zack Dagoba

Here is a video:

Saturday, 12 July 2014


Now this is a gig I would love to have been at. HL's very first, the poster was by M.Ware:

Friday, 11 July 2014

A Synth Fest

Wrangler are playing at this Swiss electronic festival on 12th Sep. Whats it all about? Watch the trailer...


In 1958 Gy├Ârgy Ligeti produced his electronic work Artikulation at the WDR studio in Cologne. Then in 1970 Rainer Wehinger created a 'score for listening' - a visual representation of the sounds - in book form. Here someone has put it into a timeline so you can hear and see the craziness all at the same time:

Thursday, 10 July 2014

Poly Esther

I'm not sure if she used real wool or polyester, but my niece Esther made me this polymoog-knit thing for a house warming present. Supercool!

Word of the Week #61


Hannah Peel in the studio doing her thing. That reminds me, I need to fix the hoover


Forbidden House

I was watching Forbidden Planet again the other day on bluray. The design on that film is amazing, it is so beautiful! Morbius has a house which looks like it was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1950 (obvs.) and its on the planet Altair IV. Its a bit like how I feel sometimes. Here is a walkthrough that someone made, along with some electronic tonalities by L&BB:


LOOK! Theres an in-depth interview with us in this months Music Tech magazine:

UPDATE: Find it here