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Jeff Mills, Jean Phi Dary, Prabhu Edouard

Tomorrow Comes the Harvest

Jeff Mills conceptual shot

The figurehead of the Detroit techno scene brings his Afrofunk-electro-jazz ensemble, Tomorrow Comes The Harvest, to the Hall. 

Tomorrow Comes The Harvest is the accumulative efforts of cross-genre musicians exploring the unknown by intersecting sound and rhythm through an array of improvisational movements. 

A theory initiated and put into action by the late Afrobeat creator and Nigerian drummer Tony Allen and Detroit Techno’s Jeff Mills. Each belonging to a long tradition of using music to reach higher levels of consciousness, along with veteran keyboardist Jean-Phi Dary, the three toured internationally until the untimely death of Tony Allen in 2020. However, the foundation of the concept was cemented and ready for continuation. Mills reconfigures the concept to function as trio once again and invites tabla virtuoso Prabhu Edouard to join for an evening of visionary music. 

Tagged with: Contemporary music

Start time: 8pm

Approximate running time: 80 mins, no interval.

Please note all timings are approximate and subject to change.

Produced by the Barbican in association with Soundcrash

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