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Tonally, the mood is impossible to pin down, rooted in a reverb-soaked melancholy but endlessly exploratory and playful, hitting at a kind of gloomy-euphoria that the likes of New Order, Frank Ocean and more recently Yaeji have achieved considerable success with.
Fearlessly innovative, Arthur Russell laid the groundwork for genre boundaries and simultaneously broke them before they existed. It's and the name on the street is Jack. House music is bubbling fervently in the Chicago underground while being systematically ignored by the mainstream, and the first sounds are slowly drifting their way over to the UK.
But a young Larry Heard wasn't feeling 'Jack'. Our songs are about experiences and belief. To be honest we could stop right there. That fact alone tells you how hugely influential Heard has been on dance music. Where his peers borrowed from disco, the southside Chicagoan borrowed from jazz and in the process created timeless tunes that still absolutely bang in the club. His debut album 'Amnesia' sums this up best. The record kicks off with 'Can You Feel It' for fuck's sake, the tune that not only made 7th chords the go-to but also contains a bass sound patched into practically every soft synth ever made.
Then there's the acidic funk of 'Washing Machine'the drum machine workout that is 'Slam Dance''Bye Bye' with it's lounging jazz piano copied by countless Italian producers in the early 90s and of course 'Mystery Of Love'. In the track was sampled by rap megastar and fellow Chicagoan Kanye West, proving the album's influence on not only every deep house track ever made but also one of contemporary music's biggest stars.
Louis Anderson-Rich. Blankets, sinking into sofas as the sun rises, zoning out to ambient mixes. The scope of the record is magnificent. Paterson would listen to hours upon hours of music, as well as setting up devices to make TV, radio and field recordings, and painstakingly select his favourite sounds to incorporate.
His methods shifted the way many viewed sampling, establishing it as a practice with artistic merit that has since become a hallmark of electronic music. As the 80s turned into the 90s, sample culture meant taking the music of the past to craft something entirely new became one of the dominant forms of modern music. And perhaps no one did this more elegantly than Massive Give Me Time - Silent Circle - № 1 (Cassette.
Although the term was not commonly used until a few years later, the album almost singlehandedly invented the genre of trip hop and at a time when the early euphoria of acid house was turning into the frantic sugar rush of rave, showed that dance music could exist at a much slower and more meditative pace.
But what strikes you listening back today, nearly 30 years on from its release, is just how fresh it still sounds. Then you have to remember how inventive the make-up of the group would have felt in Albums made by bands with revolving line-ups and guest stars from all corners of music are de jour these days Gorillaz, Major Lazer and Everything Is Recorded spring to mindbut three lads from Bristol with interchangeable roles and guests like Horace Andy would have felt pretty radical in Need I say more?
Sean Griffiths. From the opening beat the album introduces a tirade of punishing hi-hats and brutal, machine-made noise that continue apace throughout - the true archetype of untz untz untz.
Mills showed an intense focus in his pursuit of stripped-back techno trips. He first came up alongside Mike Banks as a founding member of militant techno outfit Underground Resistance, but left in to pursue his own solo vision.
Not only did this solidify him as one of the most unique ambient composers around, it also showed his idiosyncratic touch with IDM and acid. This was the very beginning of his influence and went on to inspire Squarepusher and Plastikman who have manouvered the in similarly beautiful and manic ways.
Aurora Mitchell. In Richie Hawtin was not a one man brand worth millions, with tentacles reaching from high fashion to saki production. In he was not the Teutonic, flick-haired Ibiza-storming giant of today. In Richie Hawtin was a nerdy, shaven-headed, bespectacled DJ at the start of his career.
Its influence can be traced to all those who have attempted to push the boundaries of dance music, filtering into the work of Fever Ray, MIA, Gorillaz, and even the electronic-influenced rock of Alt-J and These New Puritans. As house began to flourish during the early 90s, with many producers focusing on jacking rhythms that took over clubland, the NYC duo Masters At Work were able to stand out by showcasing a distinct contrast of musicality.
They took the rhythmic motifs and made them their own with both a deeply soulful and lively essence in their material. Their vast knowledge was channeled into this diverse range of tracks, which included their own take on hip hop, reggae and of course a core foundation of house. Harrison Williams. It was a statement album and plenty listened and learned. It sounds implausible now, but for the first few years of the 90s, trance was a niche genre, mainly for the real space cadets.
After this would come Robert Miles, the conquering of Ibiza, megastar DJs, helicopters and egos, but right here is the point of ignition, the moment the explosion began. And you know what? It still sounds great. Dego and Marc Mac were there for every development in rave. In their 'Mr Kirk's Nightmare' marked the shift from summers of love into hardcore, and month by month 4 Hero, Dego's Tek 9 and Mac's Manix pseudonym, and their Reinforced label expressed the extremes of darkness and euphoria as the breaks sped up and things got ever gnarlier.
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Intercut with his hallucinations, the false Maria unleashes chaos throughout Metropolis, driving men to murder and stirring dissent among the workers. Freder recovers and returns to the catacombs, accompanied by Josaphat.
Finding the false Maria urging the workers to rise up and destroy the machines, he accuses her of not being the real Maria. The workers follow the false Maria from their city to the machine rooms, leaving their children behind. They destroy the machines, triggering a flood in their city deeper underground. The real Maria, having escaped from Rotwang's house, rescues the children with help from Freder and Josaphat.
Grot berates the celebrating workers for abandoning their children in the flooded city. Believing their children to be dead, the hysterical workers capture the false Maria and burn her at the stake. A horrified Freder watches, not understanding the deception until the fire reveals her to be a robot. Rotwang becomes delusional, seeing the real Maria as his lost Hel, and chases her to the roof of the cathedral, pursued by Freder.
The two men fight as Fredersen and the workers watch from the street, and Rotwang falls to his death. Freder fulfills his role as mediator by linking the hands of Fredersen and Grot to bring them together. Metropolis features a range of elaborate special effects and set designs, ranging from a huge gothic cathedral to a futuristic cityscape. In an interview, Fritz Lang reported that "the film was born from my first sight of the skyscrapers in New York in October ". He had visited New York City for the first time and remarked "I looked into the streets—the glaring lights and the tall buildings—and there I conceived Metropolis ,"  although in actuality Lang and Harbou had been at work on the idea for over a year.
The appearance of the city in Metropolis is strongly informed by the Art Deco movement; however it also incorporates elements from other traditions. Ingeborg Hoesterey described the architecture featured in Metropolis as eclectic, writing how its locales represent both "functionalist modernism [and] art deco" whilst also featuring "the scientist's archaic little house with its high-powered laboratory, the catacombs [and] the Gothic cathedral". The film's use of art deco architecture was highly influential, and has been reported to have contributed to the style's subsequent popularity in Europe and America.
Lang's visit to several Hollywood studios in the same trip also influenced the film in another way: Lang and producer Erich Pommer realized that to compete with the vertical integration of Hollywood, their next film would have to be bigger, broader, and better made than anything they had made before. Despite UFA's growing debt, Lang announced that Metropolis would be "the costliest and most ambitious picture ever.
The film drew heavily on biblical sources for several of its key set-pieces. During her first talk to the workers, Maria uses the story of the Tower of Babel to highlight the discord between the intellectuals and the workers. Additionally, a delusional Freder imagines the false-Maria as the Whore of Babylonriding on the back of a many-headed dragon.
The name of the Yoshiwara club alludes to the famous red-light district of Tokyo. Lang explores the themes of industrialization and mass production in his film; two developments that played a large role in the war. Metropolis 's screenplay was written by Thea von Harbou, a popular writer in Album) Germany, jointly with Lang, her then-husband. The novel in turn drew inspiration from H. Harbou and Lang collaborated on the screenplay derived from the novel, and several plot points and thematic elements—including most of the references to magic and occultism present in the novel—were dropped.
The screenplay itself went through many rewrites, and at one point featured an ending where Freder flew to the stars; this plot element later became the basis for Lang's Woman in the Moon.
The re-release and reconstruction, which incorporated the original title cards written by Thea von Harbou, do not specify a year. Before the reconstruction, Lotte Eisner and Paul M. Jensen placed the events happening around the year Metropolis began principal photography on 22 May with an initial budget of 1. Mabuse the Gambler. Lang also cast his frequent collaborator Rudolph Klein-Rogge in the role of Rotwang. Mabuse the Gamblerand Die Nibelungen. Shooting of the film was a draining experience for the actors involved due to the demands that Lang placed on them.
For the scene where the worker's city was flooded, Helm and children from the poorest districts of Berlin had to work for 14 days in a pool of water that Lang intentionally kept at a low temperature.
Helm recalled her experiences of shooting the film in a contemporary interview, saying that "the night shots lasted three weeks, and even if they did lead to the greatest dramatic moments—even if we did follow Fritz Lang's directions as though in a trance, enthusiastic and enraptured at the same time—I can't forget the incredible strain that they put us under.
The work wasn't easy, and the authenticity in the portrayal ended up testing our nerves now and then. For instance, it wasn't fun at all when Grot drags me by the hair, to have me burned at the stake. Once I even fainted: during the transformation scene, Maria, as the android, is clamped in a kind of wooden armament, and because the shot took so long, I didn't get enough air. UFA invited several trade journal representatives and several film critics to see the film's shooting as parts of its promotion campaign.
Shooting lasted 17 months, with shooting days and 60 shooting nights, and was finally completed on 30 October This new technique was seen again just two years later in Alfred Hitchcock 's film Blackmail The Maschinenmensch — the robot built by Rotwang to resurrect his lost love Hel — was created by sculptor Walter Schulze-Mittendorff. A whole-body plaster cast was taken of actress Brigitte Helm, and the costume was then constructed around it.
A chance discovery of a sample of "plastic wood" a pliable substance designed as wood-filler allowed Schulze-Mittendorff to build a costume that would both appear metallic and allow a small amount of free movement. Gottfried Huppertz composed the film's score for a large orchestra. He drew inspiration from Richard Wagner and Richard Straussand combined a classical orchestral style with mild modernist touches to portray the film's massive industrial city of workers.
Huppertz's music played a prominent role during the film's production; the composer often played piano on Lang's set to inform the actors' performances. Huppertz's score only accompanied the film once, at its original premiere. It was released internationally on various DVD editions beginning in For the film's "complete" restoration premiere, Huppertz's score was performed live and subsequently re-recorded by the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestraconducted by Frank Strobel.
At the time of its German premiere, Metropolis had a length of 4, metres, which is approximately minutes at 24 frames per second fps.
Considering that Metropolis was too long and unwieldy, Parufamet commissioned American playwright Channing Pollock to write a simpler version of the film that could be assembled using the existing material. Pollock shortened the film dramatically, altered its inter-titles and removed all references Album) the character of Hel, because the name sounded too similar to the English word Hellthereby removing Rotwang's original motivation for creating his robot.
Pollock said about the original film that it was "symbolism run such riot that people who saw it couldn't tell what the picture was about. I have given it my meaning. Their experts have slashed my best film, Metropolisso cruelly that I dare not see it while I am in England.
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