Black Box Disco
dub/disco/house/punk/funk

E.J./29/ATL
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A Clockwork Orange (1971), dir. Stanley Kubrick
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dub9dope:

Arthur Russell
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oscillatingsmokescreen:

Velvet Underground
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dub9dope:

apple623:

zombiesenelghetto:

yuugao:

(via suicidewatch)
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apple623:

SCIENTIST MEETS THE SPACE INVADERS
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gettingthefear:

It’s Gonna Rain
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minemice:

Steve Reich by Jelle Martens on Flickr.
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shihlun:

Steve Reich ‎– Works, 1965-1995
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house-thestillness:

Steve Reich, Different Trains (1988)
Inspired by his journeys from New York to Los Angeles while traveling between divorced parents, this piece makes brillant use of different fragments from field recordings, spoken voices, music, and a strong sense of socio-political concern.  He achieves exciting togetherness amidst all the constant changing of keys and meters where everything melts smoothly from the recorded interviews of holocaust survivors matching the train whistles, the sirens, to the locomotive rhythmic motif on the strings. 
Photo credits : Herman Kolgen
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house-thestillness:

Steve Reich, Different Trains (1988)
Inspired by his journeys from New York to Los Angeles while traveling between divorced parents, this piece makes brillant use of different fragments from field recordings, spoken voices, music, and a strong sense of socio-political concern.  He achieves exciting togetherness amidst all the constant changing of keys and meters where everything melts smoothly from the recorded interviews of holocaust survivors matching the train whistles, the sirens, to the locomotive rhythmic motif on the strings. 
Photo credits : Herman Kolgen
via
house-thestillness:

Steve Reich, Different Trains (1988)
Inspired by his journeys from New York to Los Angeles while traveling between divorced parents, this piece makes brillant use of different fragments from field recordings, spoken voices, music, and a strong sense of socio-political concern.  He achieves exciting togetherness amidst all the constant changing of keys and meters where everything melts smoothly from the recorded interviews of holocaust survivors matching the train whistles, the sirens, to the locomotive rhythmic motif on the strings. 
Photo credits : Herman Kolgen
via
house-thestillness:

Steve Reich, Different Trains (1988)
Inspired by his journeys from New York to Los Angeles while traveling between divorced parents, this piece makes brillant use of different fragments from field recordings, spoken voices, music, and a strong sense of socio-political concern.  He achieves exciting togetherness amidst all the constant changing of keys and meters where everything melts smoothly from the recorded interviews of holocaust survivors matching the train whistles, the sirens, to the locomotive rhythmic motif on the strings. 
Photo credits : Herman Kolgen
via
house-thestillness:

Steve Reich, Different Trains (1988)
Inspired by his journeys from New York to Los Angeles while traveling between divorced parents, this piece makes brillant use of different fragments from field recordings, spoken voices, music, and a strong sense of socio-political concern.  He achieves exciting togetherness amidst all the constant changing of keys and meters where everything melts smoothly from the recorded interviews of holocaust survivors matching the train whistles, the sirens, to the locomotive rhythmic motif on the strings. 
Photo credits : Herman Kolgen
via
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Music for 18 Musicians