Phoenix Synthesizer Festival Features Hours Of Streaming Performances, Rig Tours & More

Phoenix Synthesizer Festival Features Hours Of Streaming Performances, Rig Tours & More
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Video from the 2021 Phoenix Synthesizer Festival – held Fri, Jun 18, 2021 – Sat, Jun 19, 2021 – is now available to stream on demand.

The event, which was streamed live via Youtube and Twitch, featured two days of live performances, rig tours and more from synthesists from around the world, including:

Steve Roach
Gnome
Terminal 11
Zygote
Tsone
Franck Martin
Dungeon Destroyah
Steve Nalepa
Michael Wall
Sarah Belle Reid
Todd Barton
Amethyst Seer
Jimmy Peggie
Octaveplex
A.M. Filipkowski
Tulpa Dusha
Skarekrow
Plates in the Sky
Johno Wells
Voltage Controller
Chris Piraino
PTNA
Scott Metoyer
Stephen McCaul
Jellotonin
Sleep of Eons
Ian Boddy, UK
Andy Morello

You can watch the event via the video embeds above and below:

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For the G-house get together: Thomas Xavier’s ‘Ballin’”

For the G-house get together: Thomas Xavier’s ‘Ballin'”Thomas avier

With opening slots for BIJOU and Golf Clap secured and soon approaching, Thomas Xavier is a name that can be expected to grow increasingly pervasive in G-house circles. For a bold demonstration why, listeners can turn to Xavier’s second-ever single, “Ballin.’”

Hot on the heels of May’s Go To Church EP—the grand opening to Xavier’s catalog—comes “Ballin,’” a percussively led G-house thriller that drills down into the low end, a reverberating bassline providing backbone. Slapping a vocal sample atop the bodywork-inducing sonic foundation, Xavier puts forth the first inclusion from his forthcoming Pussy On A Pedestal EP. Though a formal release date has yet to be set for Xavier’s sophomore EP, streamers can rest assured that what’s to come will be worth the wait. In the meantime, listeners can catch Xavier assuming opening duties for BIJOU and Golf Clap on July 3 and August 12, respectively.

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