Punk-rock musician Jon Langford recently released an album, and performs one of the songs for it, entitled "Drone Operator". He utilizes images created by his son as the backdrop for his performance.
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All Things Lucid
BY ALL THINGS LUCID
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This presentation is in English.
SuperDeluxe's Hidden Heroes
Performance curator at SuperDeluxe Ryu Konno walks us through a list of hidden heroes that he discovered while putting together talented artists and musician for SuperDeluxe. From sleeping performance art to mini orchestras, he showcases all of their unique talents. (in Japanese)
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Music Release as Art Object
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