Nick Zinner and The Haxan Cloak will also appear at the festival in May.

Moog has announced the first names for this year’s edition of the annual Moogfest event, which takes place from May 18 – 21 in Durham, NC.

Wolf Eyes are among the names appearing as part of the festival’s Future Thought program of workshops, conversations, keynotes and masterclasses, while Stranger Things composers Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein have been drafted in for a “scoring exhibition.”

Nick Zinner of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs will also appear in collaboration with The Haxan Cloak, while ambient icon Laraaji will perfom a sleep concert at the festival. Simian Mobile Disco’s Jas Shaw is also on the bill.

Recent RVNG Intl signing Visible Cloaks and Moor Mother have also been booked for workshops at the festival, while Nona Hendryx will present on wearable music technology.

The concert program for the festival has yet to be announced, but tickets for the event can be purchased via the Moogfest website.

Last year’s Moogfest saw artists including Laurie Anderson, Blood Orange and Oneohtrix Point Never perform, while the company’s synth arm used the occasion to debut a reissue of its classic Minimoog Model D.

Listen to Wolf Eyes’ 2015 FACT mix below.



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