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NM GREENROOM Ep 4: ADR (AARON DAVID ROSS)

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Artist and composer ADR (Aaron David Ross) stops by NM on the occasion of his new album, Filter Failure and launch of his label with Gatekeeper partner Matthew Arkell, Legendarium. Reflecting on his past decade of cultural production—see: Safdie Brothers’ Uncut Gems, Grant Singer’s iconic 2012 cult short, IRL; collaborations with Dis, Kelela, Lafawndah, Mykki Blanco, Ryan Trecartin, Telfar, Korakrit Arunanondchai—ADR discusses how he sees the industry and our sensibilities co-evolving. For more: @aarondavidross @gatekeeper-online https://www.a-d-r.net/ https://legendarium.nyc/ New Models GREENROOM, is a series of short interviews featuring creators in the NM sphere discussing their new and forthcoming work.

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