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Watch Jeff Mills play an improvised live set among ancient ruins on Greek island of Delos

Mills performed alongside Indo-French tabla virtuoso Prabhu Edouard, and French keyboardist Jean-Phi Dary

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A new live show from Jeff Mills, Indo-French tabla virtuoso Prabhu Edouard, and French keyboardist Jean-Phi Dary, has been made available to watch online. Check it out below. 

The Detroit techno legend and his fellow musicians premiered their new improvised collaborative project, Tomorrow Comes The Harvest, on the Greek island of Delos, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The performance was directed by Christos Sarris and has been presented by the Onassis Foundation, who have previously worked with the likes of Charlotte de Witte to produce special filmed performances at unique locations such as the site of ancient Messene. 

Speaking about the project, Mills said: “Live at Delos Island was a dream-like experience. The geographical location, the situation and the goal are not things that I would consider normal… The cosmic chemistry of traveling with veteran keyboardist Jean-Phi Dary and tabla master Prabhu Edouard accumulated in something poetic, which was until this occasion, only imagined as an extension of what the late great drummer Tony Allen and I initiated.”

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