In ‘Adorno’s Disco’ Common Culture promote Theodor Adorno as the superstar DJ. Set within an empty nightclub, a DJ is hired to orchestrate the spectacular light show in synch with the atonal music of Arnold Schoenberg's ‘Phantasy for Violin and Piano Accompaniment, Op. 47’. If Adorno turned to the Modernist form of Schoenberg’s music as an autonomous aesthetic site, resistant to and separate from the light entertainment of the culture industry, Common Culture returns the modernist form to the dance-floor. Only Schoenberg’s “anti –trance” anthem is no floor-filler.