Listen: Steve Reich Talks with The 1975’s Matty Healy for "The Face" Magazine

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Steve Reich spoke with Matty Healy of the band The 1975 on Healy's podcast series for The Face. They discuss his early taped pieces, composed works for performance, and pieces that incorporate the two; the context of the artistic community in which he was writing; and his influence on succeeding generations of artists. You can hear the conversation here. Also in the series are Conor Oberst, Brian Eno, Stevie Nicks, Kim Gordon, and others.

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Composer Steve Reich spoke with Matty Healy of the band The 1975 on Healy's podcast series for The Face magazine. They discuss his early taped pieces, like It's Gonna Rain and Come Out, composed works for performance, like The Desert Music and Drumming, and pieces that incorporate the two, like Different Trains; the context of the artistic community in which he was writing; and the influence his work has continued to have on succeeding generations of artists. You can listen to the conversation here:

You can hear Healy's conversations with Conor Oberst, Brian Eno, Stevie Nicks, Kim Gordon, and others as part of the series here.

 

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Steve Reich, Matty Healy: The Face magazine podcast
  • Thursday, May 14, 2020
    Listen: Steve Reich Talks with The 1975’s Matty Healy for "The Face" Magazine

    Composer Steve Reich spoke with Matty Healy of the band The 1975 on Healy's podcast series for The Face magazine. They discuss his early taped pieces, like It's Gonna Rain and Come Out, composed works for performance, like The Desert Music and Drumming, and pieces that incorporate the two, like Different Trains; the context of the artistic community in which he was writing; and the influence his work has continued to have on succeeding generations of artists. You can listen to the conversation here:

    You can hear Healy's conversations with Conor Oberst, Brian Eno, Stevie Nicks, Kim Gordon, and others as part of the series here.

     

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