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Thursday
28.05.2020
22:00

Stranger Things

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Kyle Dixon – synthesiser
Michael Stein – synthesiser 


Programme:

Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein – performing the music from Stranger Things


The composers of Stranger Things’ original soundtrack bring a dance party to FMF fans immersing them in the climate of the 80s.

Oldschool, synth sounds, lights pulsating in the rythm of the music, the creators of the soundtrack behind the decks. All this in the ballroom of the brutalist Forum Hotel, that remembers the parties of the late communist era With such a true atmosphere the FMF fans will be able to time-travel to the late 80s.

The concert will begin with an around 90-minute DJ set performed live on synthesisers by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, the men behind the original soundtrack of the legendary Netflix TV series. A couple of hours before the show, they will meet the fans during an open meeting. After their set, thanks to the engagement of the local DJs, the interior of the Forum Hotel will be filled with synth-pop, electronic sounds – remixes of cult songs that were used in the TV series. We will hear compositions of the bands such as Wham!, The Who, Duran Duran, The Pointer Sisters or The Bangles and songs like Should I Stay or Should I Go, Material Girl, Monster Mash and Ghostbusters.


Running time: 3 h 15 min

Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
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