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Apr 22

Sunday Sessions: Celebrating Kraftwerk: Greg Wilson

Med Greg Wilson på MoMA PS1


Söndag 22 april 201216:00


22-25 Jackson Avenue, New York, 11101, United States

Tel.: +1-(718)-784-2084


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4–7 PM

Celebrating Kraftwerk’s extensive influence on electronic music, MoMA PS1 invites distinguished DJs and producers to play tribute sets in the installation Kraftwerk – Retrospective 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8. On four consecutive weekends, musicians explore different facets of the group’s pioneering sound that influenced musical styles as diverse as Electro-Funk, Disco, New Wave, Techno, and Hip-Hop.

Greg Wilson is regarded as one of the most important figures on the UK dance scene where he was instrumental in introducing new electronic, post-disco records coming out of New York in the early 1980s. The sound, he dubbed ‘Electro-Funk’, was in return profoundly influenced by the German electro-pioneers Kraftwerk.

TICKETS ($10 in advance, $15 at the door)
Tickets can be purchased HERE until 12 PM, Sunday, April 22.

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