American producer, musician, remixer, and film score composer, Tara Busch is influenced by the rich, complex harmonies of Brian Wilson, the spellbinding sounds of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop diva, Delia Derbyshire and the innovations and futurist attitude of electronic music pioneer, Bob Moog. Together, with her creative partner, designer & filmmaker Maf Lewis, she runs the popular music/gear blog, AnalogSuicide.com - one that focuses on production, vintage and cutting-edge music gear, and a general love of music.
Tara is known for her richly-textured, vocally-driven orchestral electronica, as well as her psychedelic, ethereal remixes for artists such as Tori Amos, Annie Lennox, Bat For Lashes, iamaiwhoami, and Polly Scattergood.
Recently tapped by Michelle Moog to perform at the groundbreaking MoogFest, Tara was later commissioned to create and perform a live film score at the at the Bird's Eye View Film Festival's "Sound and Silents" event with Imogen Heap.
Tara is a session singer and vocal arranger, employed by a wide range of musical artists, including Jean Jacques Smoothie, Timo Maas, Gem Godfrey and Mary Epworth. She has also provided her woodwind and vocal artistry for the Showtime series, "Weeds," and commercials for Ford and Visa.