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Finally, a theremin for rats

THE EXPERIMENTAL BALTIMORE MUSICIAN DAN Deacon thrives on audience participation: at live shows, he plays right down on the floor with his listeners. So when the filmmaker Theo Anthony asked Deacon to get even closer to the ground, he didn’t really have to think twice. “[Theo] posed the question: Can you make music with rats?” Deacon recalls. “I had never made music with any other species. It was an interesting question. And I didn’t want to say no, because it seemed cool.” Continue reading at Atlas Obscura

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