Released in April 1990 Public Enemy’s ‘Fear of a Black Planet’ marked a departure from the dense, sample heavy production on their previous albums. Chuck D would remark they were aiming for a “deep, complex album”, musically it was a marked departure and was instrumental in creating the golden age of hip-hop.
Join us on the 9th of April, when we will be listening to the album in full on our world class audiophile sound system.
Thursday, April 9th, 7 to 10 pm
(Afterparty from 10 pm to 3 am)
Cafe Mono, Pløens Gate 4, 0181 Oslo
Tickets: NOK100 in the door or in advance here. Students free.
Presenters: Kent Horne with journalist and author Martin Bjørnersen.
Visual interpretetions by João Doria
Audio Menu from Duet Audio: Cartridge: Ortofon Cadenza Black, Turntable: Dr. Feickert Woodpecker, Tone arm: Jelco 750 LB, Integrated Amp with phono stage: Soulution 530, Loudspeakers: Piega Classic 80.2, Interconnects: Midas Reference Silje, Speaker Cable: Midas Reference Silje, Power Conditioner: Oyaide