LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy Gets His ‘Subway Symphony’ Installed In New NYC Park

first_imgFans of LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy will recall his recent proposal to convert the turnstiles at subway platforms into musical instruments. While the “Subway Symphony” proposal was ultimately rejected by the MTA (they didn’t want to risk closing down subway stations for an art project, which does seem fair), it has found new life in NYC’s newest park, The Lowline.Situated in the Lower East Side, the Lowline is a work in progress but remains open to the public. One of the park’s newest exhibitions is the musical turnstiles, complete with composed sounds that will create a symphony of sorts as patrons enter the park.You can watch LCD’s Nancy Whang narrate a short promotional film about the turnstiles below.last_img

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