Morton Subotnick released the first all-electronic album, Silver Apples of the Moon, in 1967. Last Friday, he returned to Moogfest 2012 in Asheville, N.C., to perform the whole thing live. Hear the performance in its entirety.
One of the most exciting teams to hit the club circuit in years, brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence have broken through on the U.K. garage-house scene. Here, Disclosure performs live at Moogfest 2012 in Asheville, N.C.
The U.K. producer is known for deep, brooding techno that's shrouded in fuzzy tones. His latest album, Luxury Problems, is dark, textural and balanced with haunting, elegant vocals. Here, Stott performs live at Moogfest 2012 in Asheville, N.C.
Hawtin came up in the Detroit techno scene during the '90s and built his reputation on minimalist dance music. It's not for everyone, but those who follow any of Hawtin's numerous aliases do so with impassioned vigilance. Here, Hawtin performs live as part of Moogfest 2012 in Asheville, N.C.
Watching Arone Dyer and Aron Sanchez perform is like witnessing a divination: Two solemn figures huddle over strange objects, stomp their feet and chant with an intense and eerie focus. Experience a complete Buke & Gase concert, recorded live on Oct. 17 at (Le) Poisson Rouge in New York City.
Performing mostly in a fitting haze of red, the group creates a visceral experience for artist and audience alike. Watch a complete concert, recorded live on Oct. 17 at (Le) Poisson Rouge in New York City.
The experimental producer turns New York City's (Le) Poisson Rouge into a club scene with an Oct. 17 performance that feels more like a fine-tuned DJ set than an actual show. Influenced by dubstep, jazz and electronica, FlyLo's music, riddled with bass you can feel, is enough to keep all eyes on him.
Nearly a century after its debut, the shock of Stravinsky's Rite of Spring remains. "It's like Stravinsky wrote the piece one week ago," says Los Angeles Philharmonic music director Gustavo Dudamel, who leads this iconic score and a world premiere by Pulitzer Prize winner Steven Stucky.
Twenty years after Little Earthquakes, the groundbreaking artist re-imagines a handpicked collection of songs from her catalog in an orchestral setting. Experience these new arrangements of classic favorites in an exclusive concert from New York City, broadcast live by NPR Music.