San Francisco-based Derek Gedalecia continues to be making unusual, messy experimental digital music as Mind Boggle since 2006. He utilizes a huge selection of analog synthesizers, including Moogs, Buchlas, and Serge Modulars, aswell as acoustic equipment including harpsichords, banjos, harmonicas, and drums. While obviously influenced by educational digital music pioneers such as for example Tod Dockstader and Morton Subotnick, his music is normally a lot more playful and absurdist, and both his recordings and shows are chaotic and unstable. After releasing a large number of limited tapes and CD-Rs on brands such as for example RRRecords and NNA Tapes, including divide produces and collaborations with performers including Fossils and Andrew Coltrane, Mind Boggle produced its full-length vinyl fabric debut in 2012 using a self-titled record on Range Spools. Gedalecia’s following vinyl discharge was 2014’s Serge Modular in Hi-Fi on Experimedia. Also in 2014, he distributed a split discharge with Quicksails on Hausu Hill, and he came back towards the label 2 yrs afterwards for the single tape In Dual Mono.