Mark Mosher is an Electronic Musician from Boulder, CO. Mark is a Synthesist, Composer, and Performer and has been programming synthesizers for over 20 years. He composed the original dark scifi techno concept albums REBOOT & I HEAR YOUR SIGNALS which yielded multiple #1 singles on the electronic charts at Soundclick.com. I Hear Your Siagnals also made the top 20 on the Galactic Travels show on NPR Member Station WDIY 88.1 FM. Mark recently released a dark ambient album called NO GHOSTS. JUST FEAR which in it’s first week cracked the top 10 Best Sellers for Experimental Music on Bandcamp.com.
As an indie artist, Mark has his own label and publishes on iTunes, Amazon MP3, Spotify, and Bandcamp. Mark also makes his music available as free via streaming under CC-BY-NC license and to date he’s had over 200,000 combined listens on various music social networks such as soundcloud and bandcamp . In 2010, Mark was selected as a featured artist of the week out of the 2+ million strong community on ReverbNation.com.
Mark performs live in a one-man show format playing and controlling synthesizers in real-time with keyboards, drum pads, infrared AudioCubes, and Theremin antennas. Mark’s concerts are explorations in expressive musical and visual controllerism. When performing live he arranges pieces on-the-fly and engages the audience with performances featuring instruments that offer feedback in the form of light. Mark has performed his live set at venues such as Mountain Skies Electro-Music Festival in Asheville NC, Electro-Music Festival in NY, the University of Denver black box theatre, the Art Institute of California/Sunnyvale, and the Microsoft Store (see the shows page for more event listings).
Prior to becoming a solo artist, Mark worked as a professional musician, sound designer for live theater, and composer for hire and his song “Flight” appeard on the soundtrack to the film One Six Right. Mark is an electronic music advocate and gives back to the community in various ways. For over five years Mark has been sharing knowledge via his geek synth blog ModulateThis.com. In 2012 Mark starteded the Boulder Synthesizer Meetup. He also shares insights and performances via his youtube channel which just crossed 840,000 views. Mark has been invited to play and speak on music technology at Ableton Colorado User Group, music festivals, and the Microsoft’s Store. Mark has also developed a social musical instrument called “9 Box Method for performance, improvisation, and spontaneous tribal jams with music, sound, and light”. This system is already the basis for an electronic music lab in a local Denver area school.