SYNTH STUFF Category

DRAGO’S POWER HOUR MIXTAPE.

There were flashing lights, pulsating music and an iridescent red glow all over the room – if you guessed Saturday night at Tech Noir, good guess…but wrong.  I was inside the training facility for the Siberian Bullet himself, IVAN DRAGO. For a brief period in the eighties, your Uncle TNUC was working deep cover for […]

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STEVE MOORE – THE MIND’S EYE.

More people need to be talking about 2015’s The Mind’s Eye.  When I first learned that Zombi’s Steve Moore was brewing up a hot bubbly score to an upcoming science fiction horror film that revolved around a telekinetic revenge story, my body reacted with feverish excitement. Being a long time fan of Moore’s work in Zombi, his […]

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MAKES ME THINK OF YOU.

Most of us have had that experience of hearing some sort of music for the first time and getting an immediate, surging cosmic feeling from it. It’s a heavy wave that washes over you out of nowhere. Just a few minutes earlier you didn’t feel like this, but now something from these new melodies has tapped into your senses, […]

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CHRONICLES OF THE WASTELAND.

Time for a quick excerpt from the TNUC history books… It was a cold, bleak November in 1997 and Uncle T needed some magic in his life. Something unexpected, even supernatural. He walked the streets at night until he wore holes in his socks. He hit the music clubs. He went to the movies. He […]

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BE AFRAID, BE VERY AFRAID.

By now longtime subscribers to TNUC probably think I’m biased when it comes to any music released by Zombi, Majeure, Lovelock, Contact, Gianni Rossi and the rest of the Steve Moore and AE Paterra projects. Truth be told, these synth tycoons simply create the best sounding electronic music in today’s market. The meatiest of these projects is ZOMBI, Moore and […]

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ZOMBIE TROPICS.

Confession time. At least once a week there’s a reoccurring dreamscape I enter where I’m deserted on a tropical island. The weather is perfect, the air is pure and there’s enough food to get by. Thanks to my cunning survival instincts I’m relatively safe…or so I think. What begins as a dreamy picture of paradise quickly turns nightmarish when I […]

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