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A 1935 recording, never looses charm.
100% Coltrane sonic-architectural animation: GENIUS!
From the Phonograph to your iPhone 5s, - don’t forget to appreciate.
Party Like It’s 1889
The first coin operated phonograph (an early version of the jukebox) appeared in the Palais Royale Saloon in San Francisco on November 23, 1889. We’d love to know what sorts of tunes played on the wax cylinder for a nickel.
Drawing of a Coin Actuated Attachment for Phonographs by L. Glass and W. S. Arnold, 05/27/1890
Ryan Dickie Gets Transcendental
Sisyphus - Take Me
"I wanted to convey sexuality in a physical sense but not explicitly, because in the (song’s) lyrics the desire is cerebral and out of touch. The idea of a ‘room’ you need permission to enter helps enhance it because what’s on the other side of that door is different for everyone. The juxtaposition of the physical and the digital is inspired by the sonic elements of the track; it felt like a natural extension to include a present digital element. Son Lux’s production is so visceral and kinetic, I was interested in combing that with the dancer’s body movement to vacillate between delicate and aggressive tones as well as make strong compositions to reflect the feeling of the music."