Dennis Verschoor Interviewed At WORM Studio

Stuffed with ancient electronic music gear      02/08/18

Dennis Verschoor is a hard man to research, there it not a lot of information about him online, but we do know that he started out working with synthesizers and electronic music in Holland back in the early 90s and since then has gone on to promote, record, perform with gusto. He has also been running a monthly synth performance show called Noodlebar  in Rotterdam, which has helped create a more national Dutch synth performance network in several other cities.

His style is what one might call experimental, though he started out in the more extreme sound of Gabba and Metal, here he is interviewed at the WORM studio which is a room stuffed with 1950/60s test equipment. The sort of electronics you'd find in the studio of Stockhausen or Raymond Scott. Boy it must get hot in there!

Interviewed here by Steve Grimley-Taylor, founder of Thonk - a UK modular manufacturer.

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