Cinema Sounds #005: Massive Attack v. Adam Curtis

Part of our ongoing Cinema Sounds series, Paul Gonter brings us “Massive Attack v. Adam Curtis,” a documentary collage and live performance to be held in New York City.

The Artist(s):
 the best of trip-hop sounds, Massive Attack, and the best at political documentary, Adam Curtis

The Influence: the ever increasing surveillance culture that aids State & commercial control over social systems

The Result: a haunting, anxiety inducing audio visual immersion

A collaboration between Robert Del Naja of Massive Attack and BBC documentarian Adam Curtis that opens September 28th at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City.

*If this thread was focused on cinema that uses music intertextually, then post #001 would have been Curtis’s It Felt Like a Kiss; g-men, Phil Spector, and modern cultural identity – what more can you ask for?

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