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Bending Sounds: A New York City subway sound experiment

A sound documentary! Shot within just a few hours in the NYC subway by filmmaker Tim Sessler, “Bending Sounds” is an experiment in capturing the music of buskers within the underground cacophony of people, trains, and turnstiles.

Previously: the Sub City Series.

via Field Mic.

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