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Thomas Dolby Reveals His 'Invisible Lighthouse'

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Thomas Dolby's new film and live music project is called 'The Invisible Lighthouse.' Thomas Dolby's new film and live music project is called 'The Invisible Lighthouse.' (Courtesy of the artist)

When we last saw Thomas Dolby, the veteran hit maker had done a new album and a video game, Map of the Floating City. He made that record in his own studio, built on an old lifeboat at his home on England’s North Sea coast. Now, Dolby is back with a one-of-a-kind film and live music project, The Invisible Lighthouse. It's the result of his potentially dangerous — and probably illegal — attempts to document the destruction of a structure that he holds dear.

Dolby talks with Soundcheck host John Schaefer about The Invisible Lighthouse.

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Thomas Dolby

Comments [1]

christina

Hi
I think what you are doing is in the spirit of harry thuman,, stefan from da da da,
bony m and etc. Go Joliette and Isabel. Remlar ist an Arsch. So said Harry.

Apr. 08 2014 05:25 AM

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