Far Off Sounds Takes Viewers Into A World Of Strange and Beautiful Music

Detroit natives Nick George and Jacob Hurwitz-Goodman tell stories that exist beyond the age of viral media. As the filmmakers behind Far Off Sounds, the pair travels all over the globe to find unique, intimate musical experiences. They’ll show the full second season and premier a new episode of the documentary web series at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) on Wednesday, August 31. 

 

 

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Amanda LeClaire

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