"Instruments and interfaces, not genres or demographics, are at the core of @moogfest, a 4-day music festival that took place over the weekend in Durham, North Carolina. At @moogfest, the old opposition of human versus machine is replaced by this question: What can humans and machines accomplish together? Part music festival, part science fair, part futurology symposium, @moogfest 2016 was both a celebration of knobs, switches, patch cords and waveforms and a showcase for musicians from across the spectrum of electronic music. Among the headliners this year: @actuallygrimes, who took "Scream," a song from her 2015 album featuring a rap in Chinese by the Taiwanese rapper Aristophanes, and performed her own rap in Russian instead. @travisdovephoto captured @actuallygrimes performing on Friday night. #moogfest2016" By nytimes on Instagram.
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