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Well, here we are with our second offering, Phase02 - Community. A collection of art, design, photography, and some other stuff too. All sections are loosely or directly related to the creator’s personal sense of community; what it means, what it should be, what it was, how it affects their lives and/or creativity. Or not, and that’s OK too. Thanks for taking the time to download issue #2, and we hope you enjoy it.

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Our sophomore effort has taken longer than we hoped and anticipated, but we’re excited about the final product, and we hope you will be too. And we’re happy to cruise right through our self-imposed deadlines, because we can, and because we have enough real deadlines to worry about at work every day. Phase Magazine is the quarterly(ish) digital publication of the Phase Collective, produced in PDF format, and downloaded worldwide by people like you. We are designers with addictions to clientfree creativity, and we do our best to curate an interesting and imaginative batch of work for you with each new Phase Collective effort. Visit us online at www.PhaseCollective.com to find out more, and we very much welcome your thoughts and feedback. Thanks and enjoy! – The Phase Collective

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VENICE IS SINKING

NEW MUSIC COMMUNITY

A look at D. Oram’s 12’ x 8’ “The Last Wave” + thoughts on Community.

Myspace is the straightest line between you and quality new music from communities around the world.

DAW N O KO R O

Connecting her community with its artists. Paintings and community involvement through art from Austin, Texas.

FA L L E N F R U I T

Dave Burns, Matias Viegener and Austin Young are planting seeds. A simple, green, inspiring idea is spreading...

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Phase02 cover and info design: Brett Jorgensen | Phase Collective Additional Phase02 design: Gabe Ruane | Phase Collective


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THE WORLD OUTSIDE IS PIXELS

Gabe Ruane’s take on the internet and the irony of modern interactivity.

REALDVPROD

Independent sound and video production a la Cédric Blaisbois. Commercial and experimental work from Marseille, France.

NICK WOODS

EXPOSURE PROJECT

Digital illustration.

Photographic works from Ben Alper, Adam Marcinek, Anastasia Cazabon and Eric Watts out of Boston.

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All written and visual content Copyright ©2006 Phase Magazine and the Phase02 contributors. Phase Magazine is intended for free and unlimited distribution and sharing in PDF format only. Please contact us with inquires regarding copyright-protected content, reproduction restrictions, and so on at info@phasecollective.com


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Venice is Sinking

The Artwork of D. Oram

A look at D. Oram’s “The last wave”

Acrylic/latex on Birch Ply 12’ wide x 8’ high


This is the small town I grew up in awash by the big city. It’s the broken brick smiles over the quaint coastal cabins. As a child I had no perspective on the world outside, none of us ever did then. It was all just beach forts and endless days. I just always assumed that my backyard was what it was, it ran from that picket fence to where the big trees grew at the back. Guess I figured it would always just stay there. Sepia golden, it could just capture a time. Now I’m grown up enough to see that it doesn’t work like that. The cabins stopped getting rented out when they needed too much work done on them. The pipes burst, never to be thawed again. Most of us moved to the city after those summers cause the rent was just more affordable and the work was simply easier. They built condos in concrete where the cabin used to stand. The new highway slices through the front yard where she painted her toes that old summer, where we sang stupid songs and where I started drawing again for the first time. Community is a moment to be captured when everything works, and there is a sense of momentum caught up within a reason. Caught up

within lives. These days its the organic vegetables I trade paintings for, the kids that smile back in their daily travels. The days at the beach kicking this world around. The possibility of lives that will collide with mine. It’s this island in the middle of nowhere that I’m currently standing on, and that city I’m straining towards at times. Smiles, laughter and struggle. The mural was a moment where I was standing. Two years in a relationship, helping to raise her two kids. A winter in the workshop to prepare for the spring show. It was my fear, uncertainty and stubborn smile to the future. Six months later and that’s all changed. The situations flipped. Single again and smiling at that summer sun, only my sketchbook in tow. Hyping to run. But that community, that thread that twines and feels like valid interaction, collaboration and a reason to continue... That hasn’t gone anywhere.


Venice is Sinking The Artwork of D. Oram [email] doram@veniceissinking.com [web] www.veniceissinking.com [journal] www.moonpiesformisfits.blogspot.com


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NEW MUSIC COMMUNITY The world’s at your desktop as Myspace emerges as the new music community. Enjoy the links. Share the love.

Click me to visit myspace.


PHILADELPHIA

HAIL SOCIAL Their self-titled debut is brand new to the world, though it feels old to them, of course. It all started with the chance workplace friendship of Dayve Hawk and Matt Maraldo. Hawk had been writing songs for years but was reluctant to share them. Eager to start a band, Maraldo kept on pestering. “We fought a lot because I didn’t want to be in a band,” says Hawk. “But eventually he won.”

USA

Home of The Roots and Jill Scott Good thing, too. Otherwise we’d have missed out on Hail Social’s lithe, dancedamaged tunes. The same tunes that scored the band a prime opening slot on tour with Interpol and the Secret Machines. The same tunes that will haunt you more persistently with each spin of the band’s long-awaited proper debut.

SPANK ROCK Spank Rock is an American musical group, consisting of Armarni XXXchange (computer drums), Spankrock (cool disco mc), Chris Rockswell (on the 1’s & 2’s) and Ronnie Darko (cut creator), The Love Peace Project & the LP3 (the secret weapon). Spank Rock are currently signed to the Big Dada record label, but have released singles under the Money Studies record label Turntablelab, including a track produced by Diplo of Hollertronix. While Spank Rock’s style is not easily defined, it combines elements of hip-hop, Baltimore Club, electronica, and dance.

AUDIBLE After agreeing to fill a last minute opening slot at a local club (despite never having sung in public before), Mike implored his roommate and then-girlfriend Mary Garito to do the following things: help him finish the songs, sing backup, play the Casio sk-1 and egg shaker. She agreed. Their first show was opening for Bright Eyes.

THE COLOUR Produced by Jacquire King (Kings of Leon, Modest Mouse, Tom Waits), The Colour’s kinetic, mood-inducing debut, Between Earth and Sky, has a way of displacing you in time, while simultaneously reassuring you you’re much closer to home than you’ve ever been. With an edgy through-line intersecting most of rock’s classic revolutionary movements, Between Earth and Sky remembers the best places it’s been and points to the direction it really ought to go next. -Steven Trachtenbroit at Big Hassle Media

MONSTERS ARE WAITING Sexy indie chick vocals in guitarist Jon Siebels’ (from Eve 6) new post grunge band out of Echo Park.

BLOOD ARM Entertainment Weekly named the Blood Arm the “Best Live Act” of the 2005 SXSW Music Conference.

LOS ANGELES Home of Crystal Method and Red Hot Chili Peppers

USA

SHINY TOY GUNS Electropop compared their sound to Oingo Boingo, Peaches and New Order.


ILIKETRAINS iLiKETRAiNS seem to be to Explosions in the Sky and Mogwai what Hope Of The States are to Godspeed You! Black Emperor. Taking the longer instrumentals of the former, condensing them into a more consumer friendly length, and adding vocals.

THIS ET ALL This Et Al take all the best aspects of bands like Placebo, Editors and Yourcodenameis: Milo, and polish it off with their own charismatic and soon to be unmistakable sound.

LEEDS ENGLAND UK

Home of The Kaiser Chiefs and Nightmares on Wax.

PIGEON DETECTIVES If you haven’t heard this already, ‘I’m Not Sorry’ is as loud and excitable a kiss-off as your ex is ever likely to receive. Think The Cribs after six pints of Theakston’s Old Peculier and a chicken tikka mix from Kebabish and you’re on the right track.

SERAFIN Serafin are ex ‘Catherine Wheel’, ‘Stony Sleep’, ‘Dead Flowers’, ‘Razorlight’, ‘Spacesuit’ and ‘French Car and The Bulimic Wizards’. The latter are playing and releasing records.

LONDON Home of Zoot Woman and Herbaliser.

SHUT YOUR EYES AND BURST INTO FLAMES This a unique brand of energetic post-punk hardcore skulduggery.

ENGLAND UK

VATICAN DC

THE ALIENS

Vatican DC is a band , they play music together=a band. Steve (singer) started the band with Daniel (Rhythm Guitar) about 1 1/2 years ago then they added Chris (guitar) and Tal (drums). they got going quite quickly and got a few good support slots and then they decided to disappear to write their debut Album. Now they are finished and the album is called Dont Know Yet (due for release soon) they wanted to call it trampoline but some other shit country and western band already had a record out called that. The record sounds like.......fill in the blank.

These former members of The Beta Band have a more funk-based sound.

SUB FOCUS “I smoke about a pound of weed a month and I exceeded that for this record. I can’t imagine what I’d be capable of when I knock it off. I think if I knock it off I’m in danger of becoming a Republican senator. But if I keep it up I’m in danger of becoming a drum-and-bass DJ.” - Dave Sitek, TV On The Radio

THE KLAXONS www.hmv.co.uk describes Klaxons as “acid-rave sci-fi punk-funk.”


DEAD COMBO

LIFESAVAS A hip hop trio from Portland, Oregon, Lifesavas are notable for what The Onion’s Nathan Rabin called their “self deprecating style.” Their creative and insightful songs are both approachable and complex.

Dead combo is currently working on new record with phil mossman (lcd, primal scream). Some of the titles are:owl, drunk bitch, rock ‘n’ roll gucci, lobotomy eyes, timemachine, my liver has a moustache, barry white moonbase, boogie heart, harder they come, bad jolt, wanted man, face that rocks, re-mix my arse.

THE RAPTURE The Rapture are a New York indie rock band, sometimes referred to as The Disco Strokes.

NEW YORK Home of TV on the Radio and MF Doom

MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN VIVA VOCE Psychedelic-Classic-indie-Rock. The song “Lesson No. 1” from this album was featured in an ad for Motorola’s SLVR cellular phone.

MENOMENA The first Menomena video directed by Jonnie Ross. http://www.coughcoughing.com/

The self-titled debut album from new-wave/dance/ punk/funk ensemble Men, Women & Children is an ambitious, infectious, over-the-top and liberating spectacle. Men, Women & Children is a reminder that rock can be fun.

PORTLAND

Home of The Dandy Warhols and The Kingsmen

USA

USA


GLASGOW

THE CINEMATICS They’re well dressed and specialise in slightly gloomy, atmospheric and hook filled rock, with influences ranging from The Cure to Talking Heads to The Smashing Pumpkins.

Home of Jesus and Mary Chain and Mogwai

SCOTLAND UK

EL PRESIDENTE With the success of disco rockers, The Scissor Sisters now being at a dominating level, closely following in their footsteps, El Presidente may well have election success in their sight, with quirky, disco rock, and dance floor appeal as their campaigns.

SHIT DISCO Now based in Glasgow, colluding euphorically in the Scottish artpop-rock underground, Shit Disco were pursued by the cult indie label Fierce Panda, who stalked their progress for 11 months before releasing Disco Blood.

HUMANZI The War Cry of a thousand lost souls pleading with the DJ for one more tune at 7 o’ Clock in the morning at a gaff party on the wrong side of the tracks.

THE CHALETS The Chalets are an alternative pop five piece from Dublin, Ireland, formed in 2001, by a group of friends from a design and fashion background.

DUBLIN

Home of U2 and My Bloody Valentine

IRELAND UK

FUTURE KINGS OF SPAIN Future Kings Of Spain are from Dublin, Ireland. We are a four piece. Our names are Anton, Bryan, Joey and Karl.


BEDUIN SOUNDCLASH Originating as a college band at Queen’s University in Kingston, Bedouin Soundclash’s sound can be described as a mix of reggae, rock, afrobeat, and Drum and Bass. The band, when asked, do not claim they are a ska band, despite what many fans say.

MUGISON Mugison “Mugimama takes Bjork’s skewed view of pop and turns it through another 90 degrees.” – The Times

controller.controller Forming in 2002, controller.controller’s rhythmic post-punk style has been compared by critics to Joy Division, The Slits and Public Image Ltd.

EBERG MSTRKRFT (read as “Masterkraft”) is an electronic music group consiting of Jesse F. Keeler of Death from Above 1979 and Al-P (Al Puodziukas) formerly of the Mississauga electropop group Girlsareshort. Al-P was also the producer for Death from Above 1979’s debut album You’re a Woman, I’m a Machine as well as several of (Jesse’s former band) Black Cat #13’s records.

“Like dipping your nads in ice cream when they’re on fire.” -BBC Radio 1 FM “Wonderfully chilled-out ambient atmospherics, a bit like Belle & Sebastian knobbing Sigur Ros with Nina Cardigan looking on voyeuristically.” -Rock Sound

AM POP The name of this Icelandic melodic-pop/rock of the band is actually the name of the first song they ever wrote, and is made from the words ambient and pop, which they thought defined the music they were making at that time.

METRIC The big name of this year’s South By South West, opened for the Rolling Stones at Madison Square Garden, and have just been nominated for the Canadian MercuryMusic-like Polaris prize.

TORONTO Home of Esthero and Our Lady Peace

CANADA

REYKJAVIK

Home of Sigur Ros and Bjork

ICELAND


THE MORNING AFTER GIRLS Australian psychedelic rock band.

MELBOURNE Home of Jet and Something for Kate

AUSTRALIA

CUT COPY Cut Copy are a band from Melbourne, Australia. Their sound, perhaps best labeled as retro/electropop, is much in the vein of contemporaries such as Daft Punk, and draws considerable influence from 80’s bands such as Fleetwood Mac and New Order.

ROCKET SCIENCE Roman Tucker is the vocalist for Australian alternative rock band Rocket Science. He suffered a brain aneurysm in early 2004 after a fall at a Melbourne hotel, but recovered after a spending time in an induced coma.

LOVE OF DIAGRAMS “Much of the record is so revelatory it is as close as we may now ever come to knowing the first carnally inspired performances of headstruck post-punk-rockers Sonic Youth, Swervedriver, PIL, Slint, Husker Du and Fugazi” (Beat magazine)

GASLIGHT RADIO Gaslight Radio is an Australian guitar pop band, originally from Brisbane and now based in Melbourne. The band was founded by two brothers, Martin and Rory Cooke, in their home town of Burleigh Heads on Queensland’s Gold Coast.


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Contemporary painter Dawn Okoro is connecting her community with its artists. Okoro’s third solo art exhibition “Creation,” opened at Gachet Gallery in Dallas, Texas on May 5, 2006. A portion of the proceeds and all donations from the show benefitted B.L.I.N.D. (Beautiful Love Incorporated Nonprofit Development). B.L.I.N.D. is headed by neo soul singer Erykah Badu­—its mission is to improve communities and the world though art, love, education, caring, and sharing. The headquarters is located at the historic Black Forest Theater in south

Dallas where Badu grew up. The theater hosts first class shows and productions featuring local and world-renowned talent. Educational programs, culturally dynamic events, and forums are also held there. In August 2005, Okoro held an art fundraiser for Thoughtful House Center for Children. The show was a success in that it helped bring awareness to the community and raised funds to aid a local family of an autistic child. Okoro herself knows the hardships of this disability first

hand. Her ten year old brother is a child of autism. Okoro plans to bring the same kind of awareness to the community for B.L.I.N.D. The “Creation” exhibit consists of acrylic paintings inspired by fashion and American pop culture. Okoro is attempting to bring back the support for visual arts and artists everywhere. The community is encouraged to continue to come out and support this cause.


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Fallen Fruit a green and luscious community effort worth sampling


a specter is haunting our cities: barren landscapes with

foliage and flowers, but nothing to eat. Fruit can grow almost anywhere, and can be harvested by everyone. Our cities are planted with frivolous and ugly landscaping, sad shrubs and neglected trees, whereas they should burst with ripe produce. Great sums of money are spent on young trees, water and maintenance. While these trees are beautiful, they could be healthy, fruitful and beautiful.

WE ASK all of you to petition your cities and towns to support community gardens and only plant fruit-bearing trees in public parks. Let our streets be lined with apples and pears! Demand that all parking lots be landscaped with fruit trees which provide shade, clean the air and feed the people. FALLEN FRUIT is a mapping and manifesto for all the free fruit we can find. Everyday there is food somewhere going to waste. We encourage you to find it, tend and harvest it. If you own property, plant food on your perimeter. Share with the world and the world will share with you. Barter, don’t buy! Give things away! You have nothing to loose but your hunger!


Fallen Fruit of silver lake

THIS MAP is of our neighborhood. It is for everyone to share, but we ask that you sample what you find and don’t hoard. If you have property, think about planting a fruit tree on the street to share with your neighbors. Most of the fruit you buy comes from far away and more and more comes from overseas. This wastes energy and further alienates us from our food. Eat local, think global. MAKE A MAP – create a fruit map of your own neighborhood and send it to us. We’ll put it on our website. First Los Angeles, then America, then the world!

Find it, tend and harvest it.


Fallen Fruit of santa fe 2nd street neighborhood Principles of Fallen Fruit: Think about who has fruit and other resources, and who doesn’t. Functional landscaping: ask cities to plant fruit trees in parks, parking lots, and on streets. Open dialogue within neighborhoods about public spaces. Mapping it is a way to share with everyone, learning your neighborhood by foot, rather than by car. Ask property owners to plant fruit trees for everyone.

Fresh fruit is a human right.


www.fallenfruit.org Dave Burns David Burns is an artist who currently teaches at CalArts and lives and works in Los Angeles. He is a graduate of California Institute of the Arts 1993 and has received an MFA in Studio Arts from the University of California, Irvine in 2005. His recent video work has shown around the world in festivals and galleries including; InsideOUT, ADD-TV, Pressplay, Mix Festival and NEWFEST. Recent art projects have been shown at Track 16 Bergamot Station, OTIS, ArtCenter, Machine Gallery, WORKS gallery, REDCAT, MESSHALL in chicago, and at Artists Space in New York. Publications about his recent works can be seen in FAB magazine, SCOOP!, The Journal of Aesthetics and Protest, SUPERSONIC catalogue, Rhizome.org, PLOT magazine and Metropolis Magazine.

Matias Viegener Matias Viegener is a Los Angeles based writer who teaches at CalArts in Critical Studies and the MFA Writing Program. His criticism appears in the anthologies Queer Looks: Lesbian & Gay Experimental Media (Routledge), and Camp Grounds: Gay & Lesbian Style (U Mass). He has fiction in the anthologies Men on Men 3, Sundays at Seven, Dear World, Abject, Suspect Thoughts, and Discontents, edited by Dennis Cooper. He has shown work or performed at ArtCenter’s Windtunnel gallery, Mess Hall in Chicago, The Silver Lake Film Festival, The Whitney Museum, The Kitchen, and The Drawing Center in New York, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Highways, Sushi, Beyond Baroque, New Langton Arts in San Francisco, the L.A. Museum of Contemporary Art and the La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art. He is the editor and cotranslator of Georges Batailles’ The Trial of Gilles de Rais. He has most recently published fiction and criticism in Bomb, Artforum, Art Issues, Artweek, Art in America, Afterimage, Cargo, Critical Quarterly, High Performance, Framework, Oversight, American Book Review, Jacaranda Review, Fiction International, Paragraph, Semiotext(e) and X-tra.

Austin Young Austin Young, photographer and videographer, lives and works in Los Angeles. He studied painting at Parson’s School of Design in Paris before launching a career in photography. His work can be seen regularly in Andy Warhol’s Interview Magazine, and has appeared in Surface, Flaunt, Vogue , Spin, Rolling Stone, Q, and many others. He has collaborated with artists Diamanda Galas, Margaret Cho, Skinny Puppy, and The Velvet Hammer Burlesque on creating their recent imagery. His portraits include photos of Leigh Bowery, Lypsinka, Siouxsie Sioux, Nina Hagen, Debbie Harry, Jimmy Scott, John Doe, Sandra Bernhard, Ziyi Zhang, Mark Almond, Ann Magnuson, Amy Poehler, etc. His recent video work has shown around the world in festivals and galleries including; MESS HALL in Chicago, InsideOUT, Mix Festival, Framline, Reeling, and The Silver Lake Film Festival. “The Stroke” won best short of 2003 on ADD-TV. The feature length documentary, “Queen of The Boogie”, about torch singer, Hadda Brooks, will be shown at festivals next year. Austinyoung.com is featured in Taschen’s 1000 Favorite Websites and reviews about his works are published in The Journal of Aesthetics and Protest, Elegy, and Premonition.


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The internet and the irony of modern interactivity


The internet is an amazing thing. The universe is so thoroughly represented—and easily accessed­—through a steady stream of pixels on my screen. Beaming wirelessly. Showing me things that I have no business being able to see from my tiny corner of the planet. Through interactivity, I can see it all in 72 dpi, and it’s beautiful. It’s practically real. But it’s so very not real. The irony of today’s online interactivity is that I’m not actually interacting with anything beyond my keyboard, my monitor, my mouse, my chair. I can read online about everything known to humans in 15 languages, and my computer is smart enough to recognize 15 different alphabets/character systems. I can see images, watch video, read someone

else’s blog—but this ‘experience’ online is completely synthetic. And as the hours of my life spent interacting with the world through the internet add up, I’m feeling more and more frustrated that the pixelated version of the universe is taking me over, and driving out the (harder to afford, harder to get time off for) real live actual experiences. I’m worried I’ll be less aggressive about getting out into the world because there’s such an annoyingly reasonable digital alternative. The world outside is pixels. Just pixels. Totally pixelated when you look close enough. The online community is wonderful and massive and intriguing and informative, but I’m itching for the real thing.


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it seems like my only option as a designer (with a young family to support) is to continue pushing pixels around at the agency and on freelance projects until I can make enough cash to get out into the real non-pixelated world. Or if anyone has a better idea | a shortcut to freedom | the meaning of life | or a private jet and an available apartment in Barcelona — drop me an email. You know I’ll be online.


thoughts + design by gabe ruane


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Nick Woods is a graphic designer/artist,

musician, Eastern Michigan University student currently living in Ann Arbor. His illustrations for Phase 02 were drawn from a combination of religious imagery, simple graphics and form. The Chinese character is a symbol for God (in the Christian sense), and the Buddhist symbol is called the “Dharma Wheel.�


For current work, please visit: design: music:

people.emich.edu/nwoods1 www.vespasmusic.com


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The Exposure Project www.theexposureproject.com

The Exposure Project is a collection of emerging photographers taking an active approach in exposing and promoting new talent. This group was founded to provide support and inspiration to photographers working on long-term projects. The Project’s mission is to create a sustaining community where every member is an active participant, responsible not only for themselves but for their fellow members as well. This mutually supportive environment enables artists to be more intimately and artistically involved with each others processes.

ek + Anastasia Cazabon

Ben Alper + Adam Marcin

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rcinek.com Adam Marcinek adamma


asiacazabon.com Anastasia Cazabon anast


ect.com Eric Watts theexposureproj


The Identity Archives Project connects you with the premier keyword-searchable database of logos and brand identity designs from around the mundo. Logos are searchable by industry and nationality, as well as descriptive, subjective, conceptual, and otherwise design-related keywords. Help make this resource fantástico for your fellow diseñadores by uploading your designs and keywords today...

Uploads and usage of the site are always free, and there’s no need to register. Check it out at: www.identityarchives.com


PHASE COLLECTIVE INFO

Visit the Phase Collective online at PhaseCollective.com for information on upcoming issues, contribution guidelines, and the rest of it. The Phase Collective and Phase Magazine were established in late 2005 by Gabe Ruane and Brett Jorgensen because it was time for something new. We hope you enjoyed Phase02, and we’re looking forward to bringing you something completely different the next time around. Gabe Ruane | gabe@phasecollective.com Brett Jorgensen | brett@phasecollective.com


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