Published Oct 08, 2014Canadian techno god Richie Hawtin recently resurrected his Plastikman moniker for the EX LP. As all beloved techno artists inevitably do at one point or another in their career, he's returned once again with an updated score for a silent film from 1928.
Okay, maybe it's a little out of the ordinary, but the results are surprisingly interesting. Taking on Dimitri Kirsanoff's 1928 French silent film Brumes d'automne, and the results are fascinating.
The work was commissioned for a show at Centre Pompidou in Paris last month. Fortunately for you, Plastikman's rework of the film can be streamed in full below.
Thanks to FACT for the tip.