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Planetarium is a collaborative album inspired by the Solar System, featuring Bryce Dessner of the indie rock band The National, drummer James McAlister, contemporary classical music composer and arranger Nico Muhly, and singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens. The album was released by 4AD on June 9, 2017.
Popular Planetarium Records songs.
Chinks of light In the blackness are Just seeds in the dust Of grander illusions Understanding is Climbing barefoot A mountain of swords. The tracks are side long and are in sections, with no breaks between tracks and are not numbered on the release artwork. Outras versões (1 de 1) Ver tudo.
Planetarium' is an album co-composed by Sufjan Stevens, Bryce Dessner, Nico Muhly, James McAlister. Planetarium is a concept album that occasionally gives way to ambient interludes and majestic brass chorales, buttressed by a percussive drive that keeps the momentum skyward Planetarium. July 26, 2017 ·. 'Planetarium' performed live in Prospect Park, Brooklyn - July 18 2017. 49. 5. Planetarium live in Prospect Park.
Earlier this month, it was revealed that Sufjan Stevens, the National’s Bryce Dessner, Nico Muhly, and Sufjan’s drummer James McAlister had recorded a new album about the solar system called Planetarium. Now, more details about the collaboration have come to light. It spans 17 tracks and is out June 9. Check out the video for new song Saturn below, as well as the artwork and full tracklist for the album, which will also feature Jupiter, Mars, Moon, and more. Planetarium: 01 Neptune 02 Jupiter 03 Halley’s Comet 04 Venus 05 Uranus 06 Mars 07 Black Energy 08 Sun 09 Tides 10 Moon 11 Pluto.
Planetarium is a collaborative album inspired by the Solar System, featuring Bryce Dessner of the indie rock band The National, drummer James McAlister, contemporary classical music composer and arranger Nico Muhly, and singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens.
Entering the Iziko Planetarium, the space seems pretty ordinary until visitors take their seats. The unexpected reclining seats make for a comfortable VIP-resembling experience, as visitors are immediately transported to a world with first-hand viewing of worlds far beyond our expectations.
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