In a new NPR video segment, Dev Hynes sits down with pioneering experimental composer Philip Glass. The two-hour conversation, which took place in Glass's New York loft, has been paired down to six minutes and features the two artists discussing the respective musical journeys that eventual brought them to New York City. Glass also tells Hynes about working in his dad's Baltimore record store, and Hynes recalls his introduction to the composer's music. Watch the interview above.
September 21, 2017
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