Posts Tagged: Theremin

Album of the Week: Christine Ott’s Tabu

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After many years of touring it as a ciné-concert performance, Christine Ott finally found a home for her Tabu, releasing it on Gizeh Records for its Dark Peak Series. In it, the French musician, who worked with Yann Tiersen and Radiohead, among others, reworks the score and soundtrack for F. W. Murnau and Robert Flaherty’s […]

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Sound & Vision: Shannon Conley

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Hard-rocking artist Shannon Conley talks to Allyson McCabe about the exceptional more-than-a-tribute band Lez Zeppelin, her unconventional upbringing by Hindu Baptists, and her role as Yitzhak in Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

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The Theremin: Everything You Didn’t Even Know You Needed to Know

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What do Led Zepplin’s “Whole Lotta Love,” Coheed and Cambria’s legendary Neverender concert, Ed Wood (the film, not the director-turned-pulp-novelist), and nearly every alien horror movie have in common?  Memorable hairstyles aside, they all incorporate the granddaddy of all electronic music: the theremin. The under appreciated brain child of Lev Sergeivich Termen (Léon Theremin to […]

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