issue#06 June 2011 Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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PORTRAITS OF A BEAUTIFUL MIND. 08
GHOST TOWN. 20
KINGS OF COOL. 34
TOM & SIM. 44
LAND OF HEADS. 52
THE NEW DIVISION. 54
HONG KONG. 60
BREAK MY BONES. 70
LUCA MANTOVANELLI. 78
L’AIR DU TEMP. 80
SEBASTIÁN SASTRE. 107
BOYS KEEP SWINGING. 108
JUST BECAUSE THE SKY. 134
DALTON FLINT. 146
PORTRAITS OF A BEAUTIFUL MIND. photography: CECILIE HARRIS designs by ORSCHEL-READ model: JONAS KLOCH (Elite Models) grooming: CATARINA MAIOLINI assisting: ROBERTA FOTOGRAFIA
GHOST TOWN. photographer JONATHAN HÖKKLO styling JONATHAN PAUL HAMILT grooming SOPHIE ONO model STUART (Major) photgraphers ass THEO ROSENGREN
KINGS OF COOL.
LAND OF HEADS. by KRYSTOPHER WOODS
THE NEW DIVISION. The New Division began as a college dorm room project for songwriter John Kunkel back in 2005. After moving from Uruguay (where he resided for 18 years) to Southern California. Kunkel began experimenting with synthesizers after being heavily influenced by the sounds of Joy Division, New Order, and Depeche Mode. Originally, the name “New Division” was meant as an artist working title for songs that would never be released. Within a few months Kunkel developed a series of songs that attracted other fellow college students at California Baptist University. By the end of 2007, the one man New Division project had transformed into a four piece. Michael Janz (aka “Janzie” by friends) was the first member to be added after Kunkel discovered the two shared common interests in musical tastes. Shortly thereafter both began playing mini-shows in their college dorm which eventually attracted a number of students, including Brock Woolsey who would later be recruited for an on campus battle of the bands to play guitar. After succesfully acheiving first place, The New Division started gaining attention in their local city of Riverside, CA. They were asked to play at several local venues, including the well adored “Back to the Grind” coffee house. During one of their many shows at this location the band met Mark Michalski, who at the time was a dedicated fan of the group. Kunkel, seeing the need for an additional keyboardist recruited Michalski who later played an integral part in shaping the band’s sound. Currently, The New Division is John Kunkel (vocals), Brock Woolsey (guitars), Janzie (synths), and Mark Michaslki (synths). With over 300 songs in their “demo roster,” the band is continually writing new material on a regular basis. “We believe the best way to make good music is to
write a lot,” says frontman John Kunkel. “I wake up every day with fresh ideas, and I seek out sources of inspiration. Sometimes, I’ll write three songs in a day if I have the time. It’s what I love doing. It’s therapeutic.” While Kunkel focuses on the production and songwriting aspect of the band, the other members play a vital role in developing their live performance and sound. “We used to be crappy live, I won’t lie,” says Janzie. “But we’ve come such a long way from what we used to be. Whereas before we just plugged in an ipod and pressed play for certain tracks, we’re now doing basically what Deadmau5 does with Ableton. The only difference is that we’re a four piece, we’re new wavish, and we sometimes use a live drummer [Kenny Wells].” 2011 may be the brightest year for the band to date. Already receiving critical acclaim for “The Rookie” EP, the band has big plans. Currently, the Californian outfit is working on a follow-up to the Rookie, possibly another EP. Their next single, “True Lies” will be available in April. Kunkel calls it their “best single yet.” “It’s quite a mixture of genres, but it blends hip hop with electro. It’s very dark, but extremly catchy. Everyone we’ve showed it to says its their favorite.” Whether you’re new to these boys, or you’ve been playing them on your ipod since their early days, The New Divison garners the respect of listeners who crave for nostalgia with a modern twist. They won’t let you down. THENEWDIVISION.NET MYSPACE.COM/THENEWDIVISION
INTERVIEW WITH THE NEW DIVISION. by MARCELO BASAURE. - Tell us about your musical influences - In your opinion, what was the best live show of - Depeche Mode, and New Order are a big the band? component. The rest includes other acts such as - That's hard to say. We've had some really good Röyksopp, Air, Oasis, Radiohead, etc. shows that sounded amazing, but there weren't many people there, and then we've had shows where we thought it sounded horrible, and there - How would you define The New Division? - A band with a modern sound going for a nostalgic were tons of fans who totally loved it. I guess on vibe. our end, our favorite show was probably the one we did at the Glass House in Pomona where we opened - What inspires you when you are composing? for Elefant. - Hearing something repetitive that sounds good over and over. Typically I get inspired as the song - The press says you are a big revelation, what do begins to build. At first I'll usually just work with a you think about it? few notes, and then build from there. The song in - I think we all sort of laugh sometimes when we itself becomes an inspiration. Sometimes movies hear that. A lot of what we do has been done to one are incredibly inspiring. They give you an idea degree or another. We are however very excited visually of what you could do through sound to that people feel like there's something fresh. convey certain moods. - What is your greatest achievement? - How would you define the sound on your new EP - It might sound a bit silly, but we never believed in named THE ROOKIE. a million years Pitchfork would write about us. It's somewhat a mix of a lot of genres, which isn't We've always been told we're not their cup of tea, or necessarily good or bad. It's rooted heavily in that we're "that cool." I guess we showed them electronic music, although the sound is one aiming haha. for that 80s nostalgia mixed in with some modern - If you had to choose a city in the world, what production techniques. would it be? - Ooh... Tough one. I think Tokyo would be really - Why did you named it “The Rookie”? - I was flipping through some channels at a friend's awesome. Seems so energetic. Probably the best house and saw that the movie "The Rookie" (Clint fans. Eastwood/Charlie Sheen) was on. At that moment I knew we had to call the album by that name. We - Finishing, recommend a book, a movie and a were supposed to go with "Hearts for Sale" movie and a disc: originally, but that sounded really lame in our - I just found out a friend of mine had never seen "Memento." I was shocked. Looks like some folks opinion for a record title. out there haven't seen it yet. If you're one of those - You are from Los Angeles, How is the music people, watch it. As for a book, I don't read much. scene there? - It's really diverse. There is a lot going on around A disc... Hmmm, definitely Aes Dana, "Memory here. You've got everything: from great dance to Shell." A terrific ambien record. amazing hip hop to 80's hair metal bands. The scene is very spread out, much like LA. There is no particular location where a certain style of music happens all the time. You have to drive around to different places to find what you're into.
text & pictures JEZABEL CÓRDOBA
HONG KONG. In June 2010, I went to Hong Kong and I made a wish during my visit to the Giant Buddha…I wished to come back. I believe that anything can happen if you really want it… trust me! Someone told me once, that you have to write all your wishes in a paper, whatever they are…and eventually, all of them will come true. So I did it. Cere & I have been best friends for years… more than friends! We are soul mates or more! And I believe it’s because of that love, magical things happen to us… Last January, Cere & I went to China, all the way to Hong Kong, for a week, to attend the HK fashion Week. VIP pass, all included! YES! Even flight tickets! I must say, it was my second time in HK, but Hey! Going to China with your best friend is totally different! It’s the kind of thing you fantasy about, a crazy fantasy you dream about with two bottles of wine….right? For us, that fantasy came true. It was all about fashion, food & long walks (getting lost every day was the best part) In my opinion, there’s nothing funnier than getting lost in a city you don’t know at all, trying to connect with people who are absolutely different to you. So exciting!
FOR THOSE WHO ARE PLANNING TO GO, I HAVE SOME TIPS: Food: well, ramen soups & sushi are the best choice. But remember never eat anything that has the 4 peppers sign! F&/(/& spicy. Don’t eat the fried chicken, or fried anything anywhere! Seriously… don’t. Beauty: you have to try the gel nails!! You won’t regret it, honestly. But make sure to buy remover! Don’t ask. Money: just one thing to say, USD 100 = HKD 700! You re going to spend it all.. and maybe more, cash machines are super easy and available! Be careful! Nightlife: Dragon I. Clothing: go directly to I.T.! and then, find the LAFFORETTE mall, at Sogo. Hmmmmm Visits: Giant Buddha, of course (take the Metro). Kawloon, for electronics. Ladies market, for some really cheap shopping. And get lost every time you can!
BREAK MY BONES.
photography CONAN THAI styling TON AGUILAR models CHRIS GALYA (FORD) & MICHAEL HUDSON (VISION) grooming GARRETT GERVAIS (OPUS BEAUTY)
jacket MB999 tank ASHTON MICHAEL boots BEN SHERMAN jeans KILL CITY
cardigan & pants ENDOVANERA t-shirt JOHN VARVATOS boots DR. MARTENS
vest & shorts ODYN VOVK t-shirt ENDOVANERA boots ESQUIVEL necklace MODEL'S OWN
leather jacket ROARK shirt AMERICAN APPAREL jeans LEVI'S CAPITAL E
black v-neck & sleeveless button-up ASHTON MICHAEL jeans POST'AGE
CHRIS jacket BEN SHERMAN v-neck ANALOG SABATH jeans POST'AGE glove TOPMAN
MICHAEL jean jacket KILL CITY knit top MB999 jeans POST'AGE boots BEN SHERMAN
by LUCA MANTOVANELLI.
L’AIR DU TEMP. photographer MATTEO FELICI stylist UMBERTO SANNINO make up LUCIA VALERIA model RICHARD (Boom)
leather jacket STYLISTâ€™S OWN cotton jumper DEADMEAT knitted mohair leggings DM boots ARMY ORIGINAL
vneck wool jumper BALLANTYNE hat stylist's own
leather jacket ROKIT LONDON VINTAGE jersey t-shirt TOPMAN trousers FRAV leather boots ALLSAINTS
knitted sprayed bomber ROBERTO COLLINA shirt DSQUARED2 oversize t-shirt FRAV mohair leggings DM boots ARMY ORIGINAL
photographer SANTIAGO ALBANELL model JUAN (Civiles Management)
t-shirt VINTAGE underwear AMERICAN APPAREAL
vest & underwear BANDOLEIRO
by SEBASTIÁN SASTRE.
BOYS KEEP SWINGING. photographer LORENZO MARCUCCI stylist RICCARDO SLAVIK styling Assistant ITALO PANTANO grooming GIORDANO GALLANA models MARK WESTINGHOUSE (Independent) ALFRED KOVAC & MARIO BONATH (Fashion) ARIS PASCHALIDIS (Flash) DZHOVANI GOSPODINOV (Why Not) DENIS GEORGIEV (Independent Men)
tank top, underwear & socks AMERICAN APPAREL boots DOC MARTENS
microcape MARNI t-shirt VIVIENNE WESTWOOD leather shorts NEIL BARRETT shoes H&M socks AMERICAN APPAREL
tank top COME FOR BREAKFAST metal accessories TOM REBL
tank top BURBERRY PRORSUM necklaces MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA & VINTAGE
leather jacket & pants BURBERRY PRORSUM earring VIVIENNE WESTWOOD necklace MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA bracelet NATALIA BRILLI ring stylist’s own
cotton jumpsuit H&M sunglasses bracelet & ring MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA boots DOC MARTENS
jeans & necklace VIVIENNE WESTWOOD tank top HTC jacket MOSCHINO sunglasses RAY-BAN
harness & swimsuit TOM REBL
PRINCES. photographer INDIA HOBSON grooming NINA ROBINSON styling SABRINA BANGLADESH models CHRIS WETMORE (M&P) & JONNY ALDERTON (Elite) with thanks to Skye & Casper
JUST BECAUSE THE SKY. photographer LUCAS CASTRO PARDO model JOSÉ DESPALENQUES (Civiles Management)
sweater YSL underwear CALVIN CLAIN
photographer LUCAS CASTRO PARDO model JOSÉ DESPALENQUES (Civiles Management)
sweater AMERICAN APPAREL
by DALTON FLINT.
Published on Jun 17, 2011
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