The idea of The Wire Magazine’s Invisible Jukebox is simple: a knowledgeable music journalist selects a series of tracks to play for an artist and asks them to spontaneously respond to what they’re hearing. The unscripted and often candid conversation that ensues can lead down all kinds of biographical, philosophical and musical paths.
At Loop 2016, we invited The Wire to conduct Invisible Jukebox sessions in front of a live audience. Watch the video below to see The Wire writer Frances Morgan playing a selection of krautrock, post-punk and techno for Gudrun Gut – a fixture of Berlin’s underground music scene since the early 1980s.
Found on the Ableton Blog: Ableton Blog | Invisible Jukebox with Gudrun Gut