Tara Busch

Tara is part of the collective I Speak Machine, and is known for her vocally driven electronica, her "heavy yet etherial" remixes, film scores & her music blog, AnalogSuicide.com

In 2009, Tara released her debut album on Tummy Touch records, "Pilfershire Lane". Together with her creative partner, designer & filmmaker Maf Lewis, they released the album as a limited edition box set which sold out online in 48 hours. She created official remixes for artists such as Annie Lennox, Bat For Lashes, iamamiwhoami &John Foxx.

Tara recreated a score for live performance for the 1954 short film, "The Red Balloon", which was performed at MoogFest 2011. She was commissioned to score & perform live to picture the silent film "Suspense" for the 2011 Bird's Eye View Film Festival with Imogen Heap. In 2013, she contributed music to The Woverine, recreating a segment from The Carpenter's "Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft".

Her latest film project is scoring the British Arts Council Funded sci-fi/ horror film "The Silence". The score was performed live to great acclaim at Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit . See the trailer here.

Photos here (by Festival Snob).

Tara is creating the score for the graphic novel I Speak Machine, in collaboration with Maf Lewis & comic book legend Tommy Lee Edwards. It will feature guest collaborators including Clint Mansell...