Red Bull Music Academy in collaboration with DFA Records, has released a new short film, named “Too Old to Be New, Too New to Be Classic”. This short film features interviews with DFA founders James Murphy and Jonathan Galkin together with members of DFA well known acts as LCD Soundsystem, Holy Ghost!, YACHT, the Rapture, and more. You will be guided through the film/documentary by the voice of Marc Maron (“WTF with Marc Maron”). The short film is directed by Max Joseph who was behind MTV’s “Catfish”.
On May 25, RBMA will present a DFA Records 12th anniversary celebration at Grand Prospect Hall in Brooklyn, where Murphy, the Juan MacLean, Shit Robot, the Crystal Ark, Factory Floor, YACHT, Black Dice, Pat Mahoney, Nancy Whang, Tim Sweeney, members of the Rapture DJing, Prinzhorn Dance School, Planningtorock, Larry Gus, Still Going, Dan Bodan, and Marcus Marr will all participate.
Watch the video bellow.