Moogfest, the annual gathering in North Carolina inspired by the vision of Robert Moog and his synthesizers, happened this past weekend and NPR was there to record a number of the acts, including Andy Stott and Disclosure. They also recorded Morton Subotnick, a legend alongside Moog, who in 1967 released Silver Apples of the Moon, an all electronic album. He performed that live at the fest. Hear and download those three sets plus one from Richie Hawtin over at NPR's All Songs Considered.
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