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9/2: Musician and producer Kelly Lee Owens answers some questions

8/5: James Murphy talks about his favorite synths, his first live gig and New York City. Read the interview here

8/3: The Synth History Podcast is out! Episode one is on electronic music pioneer Wendy Carlos

7/3: Love Hultén makes retro futuristic inspired custom synthesizers. Read the interview and learn about his process.  

6/26: Synth History Vol. 3 is up on Spotify. Featuring DEVO, Yello, Afrika Bambaataa, Brian Eno, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Patrick Cowley and more.

Three Questions With Kelly Lee Owens

Three questions with musician, producer and song-writer Kelly Lee Owens. Her new album Inner Song was just released this past month. Synth History: Who (or what) are your biggest influences? Kelly: That's weirdly a hard question to answer, I worked in record stores for 10 years so soaked up so many sounds and inspirations and it changes all the time, but I suppose Bjork, in the sense of her mixing dance and electronic music with pop culture in the way that she has and also her micro-beat building production on Vespertine - that influenced my first album. I record a lot of everyday sounds myself and drop them all over the place into tracks. Another influence sonically would be Arthur Russell

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