Download live Moogfest sets from Disclosure, Richie Hawtin, and Andy Stott

NPR was on hand at the annual celebration of electronic music pioneer Robert Moog.

This past weekend, an eclectic mix of artists including Orbital, Nas, Four Tet, and Carl Craig descended on Asheville, North Carolina to pay tribute to Robert Moog, the inventor of his eponymous synthesizer and one of the founding fathers of modern electronic music.

Thankfully, NPR recorded some of their favorite Moogfest sets. Head to their site to download live sets from buzzing UK duo Disclosure, techno heavyweights Richie Hawtin and Andy Stott, and Morton Subotnick, whose 1967 Silver Apples of the Moon was one of the first all electronic albums commissioned by a label. [via FADER]



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