8 Tracks: Of 70s Arthouse Drama with Kalabrese

The Swiss musician picks out favourites from Vangelis, Lalo Schifrin and more...

8 Tracks: Of 70s Arthouse Drama with Kalabrese

The Swiss musician picks out favourites from Vangelis, Lalo Schifrin and more...

Swiss artist and DJ Kalabrese has always been surrounded by music. From his beginnings in a psychedelic rock group and as a drummer in hip hop band Sendak, to the indie electronica he's become known for as Kalabrese, he's always found his own unique and distinguishable sound.

Alongside his production pursuits he has been part-owner and resident of one of Zurich's most reputable night clubs Zufunkt for over 13 years, which has provided a platform for young local artists.

Ahead of his debut EP on the club's label arm, Zufunkt Recordingshe talks us through some of his favourite arthouse drama soundtracks that ruled the 1970s...


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Bernard Herrmann - Taxi Driver (Theme)

Berndard Herrman wrote a masterpiece of scoring. The film and music melt perfectly. Such a beauty of orchestral sounds and 70s vintage in contrast to the extreme violent mood of the story and character of Roberto De Niro's fantastic character, taxi driver.

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