A Canadian master of bizarre electronic music, Mort Garson’s best work can be found in his Moog albums. Although Garson had a background in easy listening and pop music, he paved new ground with his electronic albums from the 60s and 70s. Black Mass (1971) by Garson’s pseudonym, Lucifer, has a major focus on occultism and is often seen as his masterpiece. This album is constantly changing within its theme, but there is an ever-present mood of darkness. Eerily peaceful Moog can soon turn into a storm of hellish hallucination.