In the year 2000 the band Modular was formed, whose name was taken from the mythical Moog Modular analog synthesizer series (which was similar in appearance to a phone switch crossed by kilometers of cables that allowed the user to create infinite possibilities of electronic sounds of the space age). At the end of the 1960s and beginning of the 1970s albums featuring these synthesizers were produced in abundance, known as 'Moog Records' or 'Moog Music'. Soundscapes of retrofuturistic and fantastic feeling were created, sprinkled with kitsch touches. Modular recaptures the mixture of space age references with nostalgic sounds of the sixties, psychedelic pop, easy listening, 60´ and 70´ soundtracks, grooving bossa lounge, orchestral pop, sunshine pop and electronic vintage, among other styles. To recreate that sound they mix vintage and analog instruments with digital technology; they use recording and orchestration techniques used in the sixties. At the moment they are playing live in different festivals, as well as clubs in the city of Buenos Aires (Argentina) http://myspace.com/modulantes Modular is also CDs consist of remixes of popular tracks such as "Woman" by Wolfmother or "Standing In The Way Of Control" by The Gossip. Resulting in Electric synth pop sounding tracks.