The Unflesh explorer gets hands-on.

Birmingham’s Supersonic Festival teamed up with the brilliant Moog Sound Lab this year to host a four-week artist residency where musicians could get their mitts grubby with analog sound-scaping, synthesis and effects using the iconic synth manufacturer’s gear.

Gazelle Twin, the Cronenberg-inspired persona of Brighton-based producer, composer and artist Elizabeth Bernholz, was among the artists let loose in the Moog Sound Lab at Birmingham City University – watch her unsettling performance with a hooded accomplice above.

After that, see what theremin maestro Sarah Angliss and masked disco duo Free School came up with in their sessions in the Lab.

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