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006 Contributors 008 Forward

010 Looking ~ Korbin Bielski 024 Jupiter Lion 025 Dirty Vegas

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066 Josiah Hawley ~ William Callan 074 All Of Me ~ Raen Badua

086 Bohemian Rhapsody ~ Reno Mezger 094 Natural ~ Ivan Avila

102 Buffalo Stance ~ Kenneth Koon 110 Books

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Korbin is a Fashion and Editorial Photographer living in Los Angeles. His love of photography began early while growing up in Detroit, where his father bought him his first film SLR camera.

After more than 20 years of working in styling and creative direction for fashion and commercial clients, Toronto-based Kenneth Koon moved behind the camera in 2008. He has since established himself as an in-demand photographer with a distinctive vision—one that most often finds its expression through his ongoing exploration of the male body. Drawn from the communities of Canadian and American cities, the men that he shoots reflect a mixture of confidence and passion, strength and sensuality, captured in bold images whose technical assurance and dark beauty provide the foundation for their power.

Born 1978 in Leipzig, East Germany. Started out in a fashion design school, later on changing subject to graphic design.

William Callan is a whirlwind of loud 90’s music, cult classic references, flannel shirts, and childish laughter. Always looking for something interesting to photograph, William only has one rule when working: Don’t be boring.

After attending film school in Florida he moved to Los Angeles quickly discovering that photography was his true passion. His inspiration and passions lie in everything creative from art, interior design, film and music where a lot of his inspiration comes from. He feels that music has the power to inspire, comfort and energize. Korbin strives to capture the perfect mood in every photograph, that candid moment when the model is completely relaxed and unaware, that is when real emotion is captured.

His work has been seen in solo exhibitions in Ottawa and Montreal and group shows in New York City and Toronto. He is currently working on a solo exhibit in Chicago. His work and creative process is the subject of Through the Lens of inkedkenny, a 2012 documentary short by German directors Denize Galiao and Marie Elisa Scheidt. Produced in partnership with the Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film München and Canada’s L’institut national de l’image et du son, the film has been widely showcased on the European festival circuit.

In a move from Leipzig to Hamburg, Reno Mezger started his career change with the motto “all or nothing – and with every fibre of my being” moving on from his job as a graphic designer to fulfill his dream of being a photographer. Today his portfolio boasts scores of clients such as Nike, Levi’s, New Yorker und Roberto Cavalli, as well as publications in international journals such as Hunger magazine, Zink magazine or L’Officiel. Reno believes in success through hard work and effort. The 35 year old explains „The most reliable way to arrive at a concept is: turn off the telephone, disconnect the internet, sit alone in a room in front of a piece of white paper and only get up when something coherent has been produced”.

Growing up the eldest of 3 children in a modest home, William quickly learned how to ease tension and argument with his comic relief and the occasional fake fart noise. Believing that he will never truly grow up, this new age Peter Pan tries to find the inner child in his subjects and through his photography strives to convey a sense of carefree fun. A dear friend once compared William to Panda Express’s Orange Chicken: not too sweet, but not too sour; an overall crowd pleaser. William spends his time marking things off his bucket list and eating fast food in Los Angeles, CA.


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he music of the time propagates new associations and cultural leagues, new ways of thinking. Music reflects the zeitgeist of a generation influencing all other creative art forms that are not mutually exclusive but inclusive to each other. “Music is not supposed to be nationalist. It is supposed to surpass language barriers. It is about generations communicating with each other.” ~ SIMON LE BON “I go to a very visual place when I’m singing. It’s very cinematic and I get this feeling of space. I love when music does that.h.” ~ DAVE GAHAN “Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.” ~ STEVE JOBS “The most surprising thing is that people adopted the technology and made it their own.” ~ LARRY PAGE

Technology has changed the very landscape of the music industry and the sounds we prefer to listen to today. This technology that aims to enhance our lives for better–not just easier–and the holy creativity it inspires will be the aspirations of new musicians tomorrow. It’s only fitting to resign with the words of our quintessential Rock & Roll hero, Jim Morrison, who once said, “…I can kind of envision one person surrounded by a lot of machines— tapes and electronic setups—singing or speaking and using machines.” We look forward to seeing soon a rocker on stage slithering and singing his senses off to the bass-drop of a rocker DJ. Because, we are the beat of the culture. We hope you enjoy this exciting issue.

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text Lucius Yeo LuciusYeo.co.uk yet experiments with quivering keys and fuzz that even recalls My Bloody Valentine. The songs climaxing solo of 8-bit walls of sound and perceptual distortion suggests the forthcoming sophomore will be traveling fearlessly into spacey unexplored territory. The bands analog approach to electronic music sets them apart in their native Valencia, a place where DJ nightlife reigns supreme and alternative pop is in short supply. Long stints in the studio as well as a death in their family has put the bands live performances on hold, but not without increasing requests for their live shows. This May marks their issue

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third appearance at Primavera Sound in Barcelona, with tours as support for both Spectrum and Dead Skeletons already wrapped. Alone as purveyors of a futurist style that avidly shirks the use of laptops for performance, Jupiter Lion are remarkably forward thinking for the human presence they embody with electronics. Living in the dystopian future of their own country’s paralyzed economy, the members see their cosmic journeys through song become their escape from a sci-fi world become real. JupiterLion.tumblr.com no.

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this is crafted to fill the largest and loudest arenas at this festivals season.

Remixes for ‘Setting Sun’ (Part 2) include David Guetta’s favorites Daddy’s Groove & fellow producers Heymen – who supply a big and bold anthem that showcases their soulful capabilities for blending acoustic and electronic elements to spectacular effect. This is set to be one of the tunes of the Summer.

Steve Smith & Paul Harris are well versed in the world of Electronic music creating Dirty Vegas over 10 years ago and are ready for the next step in the bands evolution. Continuing a legacy of excellence in a career that has garnered innumerable accolades including the pretentious Grammy for Best Electronic Album. Smith & Harris have spent 2013 working on new material. The result is their 6th official release; an EP titled ‘Let The Night’ released on d:vision.

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your device. SmartBean features a rechargeable battery that gives six hours of continuous playback time, and its micro-USB port make charging on the go simple. With a built-in microphone and audio controls, swiftly answer calls and control music- without reaching for your phone. AntecMobileProducts.com

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MIXX photography Courtesy of MIXX Mixxx was originally created in 2002 as part of a PhD thesis on new interfaces for DJing by Tue Haste Andersen. After releasing the project as open source, dozens of contributors began modifying and improving Mixxx. A new development team lead by Adam Davison and Albert Santoni began reorganizing the project to ensure smooth growth of both the codebase and the number of contributors. A renewed focus on usability and stability has helped Mixxx grow to become the most popular free DJ software in the world, receiving over 1,000,000 downloads annually. Our committed team has worked hard to create great DJ software, and this growth is a sign of our success. RJ Ryan took over as Lead Developer to successfully continue the team’s endeavor to make Mixxx a world-class DJ software. Today, Mixxx development is driven by the simple idea that together we can create a better way to DJ, and that has brought Mixxx to the cutting edge. Mixxx is the only free cross-platform vinyl control software and has the most advanced MIDI controller support via our innovative Javascript-based MIDI scripting engine. They are continuing to pursue new and exciting features that give DJs more tools to create better live mixes. Mixxx.org no.

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about Noel Cowards early life, we both grew up in the same parts of south west London and began our journeys onto the stage and into writing at the same precocious age. The script, director, Noel Coward Estate and the cast attached combined are already in perfect synergy to make this something magical, its an honour to be the next piece of such a legendary puzzle” The film, currently given the working title ‘Noel’, is working to a late Summer shoot. It will be the second feature from British director JOE STEPHENSON, having recently completed his first, ‘Chicken’ starring Yasmin Paige (The Double) Scott Chambers and Morgan Watkins (Wild Bill) which is currently gearing up for the festival circuit. The film was developed with assistance from the British Film Institute, with the full support of

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the Noel Coward Estate, and is produced by Stephenson, Colin Vaines, Julia Valentine, Jane Wright, Enfys Dickinson and Dan Pickering. Since his last eponymous “Sundark and Riverlight” record, Wolf has been in the studio recording his sixth studio album from “The Adyton”- his own London studio which was recently built. Patrick set to take time from the studio this Summer to perform a selection of shows to form the Into The Adyton tour, including a special one off show with long-time collaborator and friend Patti Smith at the Cartier Foundation in Paris next month. This will show will see Patti and Patrick accompanied by only a double bass player. Wolf will perform these shows completely solo with an electric guitar, loop pedals, live sampling, drum synthesiser, viola and celtic harp. PatrickWolf.com

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Hercules XIII by Scott Eaton lead artist at Venis Of Cupertino is a sculptural tablet stand with classical styling. We brought Hercules out of retirement for his last and final labour. Who better to look after your tablet than the strongman of Mount Olympus. Yes he’s aged and a bit paunchy but he’s still powerful! With reliable hands he holds your tablet at the perfect height and angle to help you browse all your media. Each Hercules is hand-cast in museum-quality resin and is a universal stand that holds your iPads, iPad Minis, Samsung, Google, and Amazon tablets in portrait and landscape mode. Perfect for home and office. The Venus Design Studio is located on London’s vibrant Southbank. Here the team designs and prototypes the wonderful round forms of the Venus (and friends). The team is lead by artist Scott Eaton and includes a talented group of designers and craftsmen who help bring each new Venus design to life. The studio’s iconic first project, the Venus of Cupertino iPad docking station, is in full production and is the first design in a series of Venus art pieces for the home and office. Venus.io p.

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p u r e l l e j k S e Blak New Zealand born, 2010 Olympic speed skater Blake Skjellerup finds himself in NYC skating on new ground. At the young age of 29, Blake seems to have accomplished a great deal; from winning 5 national titles and breaking numerous national records, to competing at the 2010 Olympic games in Vancouver, to just missing out on the chance to compete in the Sochi games in 2014, to coming out publicly in the world of sports to now living in the great NYC. Frank Louis: You started competing at the age of 10. Where does that drive come from? Blake Skjellerup: “I loved skating from day 1! All I wanted to do was skate 24/7. I lived, breathed, and bleed for the sport that quickly consumed my life. My parents went through a tumultuous divorce when I was 10, and skating was my escape from the disruption at home. The drive came easy as I loved what I was doing”. FL: How would you describe the experience of competing in an Olympic competition? BS:“In one word, Intense! The pressure to perform and make your country proud is huge. At the same time however it was a moment I had dreamed of for years, and the actualization of my aspiration was extremely overwhelming and gratifying. The sport of speed skating sadly has a quaint following outside of the Olympics, and skating in front of a sold out 12,000 capacity stadium was the most memorable part”. FL: You have been a strong advocate p.

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for anti-bullying initiatives, and spoken about your own personal experiences with bullying. Do you think being bullied as a child affected you as an athlete? BS: “I was bullied from the age of 12, for reasons I still don’t fully understand. Bullying most definitely affected my athletic endeavors. I was, shall we say, very confused as to who I was, and what I could be. I had constant self-doubt, and that weighed on my confidence as a person, and even more as an athlete. Having to defend myself and defend my sport daily was extremely tiring. In turn being bullied gave me purpose, extreme passion and added drive for my sport and goals. That purpose and drive was to prove those who didn’t believe in me wrong”. FL: You came out in 2010, at the time when very few athletes were coming out, where you worried it would have a negative affect on your career and why did you feel it so important to come out? BS: “I had initial concerns that coming out would affect my career, but I realized that they were trivial and I really had nothing to loose. I felt it important to come out as I hate the thought of a 16-year-old going through what I went through. Understanding and accepting who I was should have been easy; but the bullying, and lack of role models led me to believe I was alone, and the only person in the world going through what I was going through”. FL: If you could speak to your 10 year old self now, what would you say? BS: “Hindsight is a beautiful virtue, and I don’t regret my life and what issue

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photography & text FRANK LOUIS FrankLouis.com hair HAIR BY WEDLYNE facebook.com/HairByWedlyneG stylist SAUL CARRASCO TrendStyled.com stylist DAVID GOMEZ davidgomeznewyork.com I have experienced so far. To my 10 year old self I would affirm what I have been saying to myself since then, you can do this“. FL: You are planning a bike tour around the United States, visiting schools along the way to share your story and message. Please tell us about this tour and what message do you hope to convey? BS: “Yeah, I am really excited by this project. In September I will be starting a three-part bike tour across the United States. Part 1 is from New York City to Chicago. Covering over 1000 miles across New Jersey, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois, visiting 17 different cities in 23 days. The message is about inclusion and acceptance of all students on the playing field, no matter their ability, sexuality, race or gender. Sport teaches us a lot about ourselves, and to hear that youth shy away from participating due to an exclusively portrayed environment is sad and unfortunate. I want to share the importance of inclusion to youth and educators, telling my story and how sport helped me, and most importantly breaking the stigma that surrounds inclusion for LGBT people in sport. Part 2 of the project is from Sacramento to Los Angeles, with part 3 being from Jacksonville to Houston”. FL: Why have you decided to live in NYC? BS: “Lets call it fate! I knew that this past season of skating was going be my last. I had mentally prepared as best as I could for a new chapter in my life. I wasn’t yet ready to return to New Zealand from Calgary in Canada where I had been training no.

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for the past 12 months; I was toying with the idea of moving to either London or Los Angeles. During the early months of 2014 I was involved with the filming of a documentary focused on the 2014 Olympics in Sochi. I was flown to New York to film my closing scene and I fell in love with the place, now here I am”. FL: What’s the biggest surprise for you about living in NYC? BS: “How amazing the pizza is here! LOL. The limitation of space, the amount of people, and lack of sheep are a surprise! New York City has a population twice that of the entire country of New Zealand, and New Zealand has a sheep population 7 times that of its human population, you do the math”. FL: Who are your favorite designers and what does Blake wear on a typical day? BS: “As an athlete I lived in sweats and a baggy t-shirt. Recently my fashion sense has taken a crash course in big city living. Some of my favorite designers are Todd Snyder and Michael Bastian. I’m definitely more laid back in my style. Cool athletic-wear and sneakers but dress it up with a great blazer. Sneakers are a must in NYC so I invest in nicer leather and suede ones like a brand I discovered through my boyfriend called Hydrogen-1 that are great with denim and suit-able”. FL: What type of music do you like and who is a must have on your play lists? BS: “I have an eclectic taste in music. A must have in my play list is Rihanna! Right now my top 5 tracks are by Hunter Hayes, Daley, MKTO, 5 Seconds of Summer, and Beyoncé”. FL: Aside from the bike tour, what else do you have planned? BS: “I’m really enjoying life outside of sport for now. Being a full time athlete came with a lot of sacrifices. I am loving all the new opportunities that are coming my way, and I am really looking forward to a New York summer”. BlakeSkjellerup.com

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The Ekocycle Cube printer is being made by 3D Systems, the US-based manufacturer that announced Will.i.am as its chief creative officer in January this year. Coca-Cola is also a partner in the project, which is an offshoot from its existing Ekocycle venture with the Black Eyed Peas star.

His other tech projects include building social media site Dipdive in 2008; launching apps developer Will.i.apps in 2011 to make a music video app for the Black Eyed Peas; and producing a range of i.am+ iPhone accessories in 2013. In April this year, he showed off a prototype smartwatch during an appearance on British comedian Alan Carr’s chat show, telling the audience: “I started the company myself. I funded it, used my own money to develop it.”

ill.i.am’s iPhone camera accessory may not have taken the gadget world by storm, but his next technology product could make more of an impact: a 3D printer that sources its materials partly from recycled plastic bottles.

3D Systems will start selling the device in the second half of 2014 with a launch price of $1,199 (£706). Its cartridges will include filament – 3D printing’s equivalent of ink for traditional printers – partly made from used plastic bottles. The company says each cartridge will contain 25% of “post-consumer recycled materials”, using an average of three bottles. The Ekocycle Cube is very on-brand, printing objects of up to six inches cubed in red, black, white or “natural” colours. Will.i.am is designing 25 “fashion, music and tech minded accessories” for buyers of the device, which will also use the Cubify smartphone app to browse and print designs. “We will make it cool to recycle, and we will make it cool to make products using recycled materials,” said Will.i.am in a statement. “This is the beginning of a more sustainable 3D-printed lifestyle. Waste is only waste if we waste it.” no.

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In an appearance (via Skype) at music industry conference Midem in February, Will.i.am said that more musicians should be following the lead of Beats founders Jimmy Iovine and Dr Dre in getting into hardware. “It’s sad that as a collective industry, we don’t do our own hardware. It’s only three people: Jim, Dre and myself – that’s Beats – that have hardware,” he said. “I surround myself with megasupergeeks, so we can make and market hardware and things like that. Maybe I’m chasing something I would probably never catch, but I’ve been here before when I was in the ghetto chasing the dream of starting a band.” Cubify.com Ekocycle.com p.

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Gubler to commit a crime “by accident”. Cameron plays Director’s Script Supervisor and can’t understand why he’s acting so strange. Hala Matar impressed by his work cast him again in a Short film for Nowness.com called Fruit De Mer in which Cameron plays a sadistic waiter named Adrian alongside C Thomas Howell (The Outsiders). Cameron said “We filmed at Bar Marmont and basically the film comprises of me and my boss (C Thomas Howell) torturing this poor girl who wants leave the bar with an absurd twist at the end”. His next upcoming role is low life thief in a horror film called Farewell Party which is being Produced by John Amos and filming at Massaro House, located on Petre Island in Lake Mahopac, New York. Cameron said he is not allowed to talk too much about the film but that it involves “a slew of young pretty people fighting for their lives while on an insane amount of drugs”. Cameron focuses his spare on time on his Writing, he is in Pre-Production for the 2nd Season of his Web Series Englishman In LA . The series is filmed in a reality show style and is about a British author, Tom Dingle, who comes to

Los Angeles to promote his best-selling romance novel, only to be swallowed up by “the entertainment biz” when his book is threatened to become a cliche Hollywood movie. The first Season comprised of 9 Episodes each ranging from 3 to 6 minutes starring Ashley Fink (GLEE), Eddie Jemison (Ocean’s 11,12,13) and many more talented Actors. IN TOUCH WEEKLY said “Love It” and Broadway World called it “Hilarious”. The Series recently won seven Awards at the LA Web Series Festival and Cameron Moir was one of the panel speakers at the festival. Cameron is currently residing in Los Angeles and has received a ridiculous amount of parking tickets as well as a Jay Walking ticket on Larchmont. He says: “at this rate I feel like I am not too far away from starring in my own version of Orange Is New Black but I think I would die in the pilot.” He is looking forward to filming in New York late this Summer and visiting his friends in London where he says “it’s pretty much ok to drink on the street there, so obviously I like it.” CameronMoir.com


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at Farmfest in 2014 with a galaxy full of additional arts, crafts and entertainment including: Drawing Experience by Art Macabre, Space Station Dress-up, Yoga, Healing Zone, Son Cameleon Peddle Power Carnival, Race to Space, Screen Printing workshops, Space Body Art Workshops, Story Telling, Kids Art, Chill Out Planet, Slacklining, and not forgetting Farmfest’s famous hat competition! A new late night party area will be seeing the light of day at Farmfest this year ensuring plenty of moonlit dancing, whilst a wide selection of food and drink stalls will be aiding the all important refueling!Ekocycle.com

You can relax in the knowledge that the hard work you put in enjoying yourself will benefit good causes such as this year’s new main charity, Send a Cow, who aim to help end poverty in Africa with a powerful mix of practical farming, emotional support and a culture of sharing.

It has been announced that Phoria will be appearing on the Farmfestival main stage in August. Their recent live show at The Great Escape Festival was listed alongside The Kaiser Chiefs, Royal Blood and Woman’s Hour as one of the highlights of the event by The Line of Best Fit, Gigwise and Pippasays.

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debut outing Wildlife has already gained her Radio 1 airplay, is also poised to take to the stage at this year’s Farmfest. Bristol’s Shapes reveal their Masked Ball DJ line-up. Ralph Lawson will headline Shapes’ Masked Ball event at this year’s Farmfest. The Leeds based beat supremo will be heading to Somerset to lay down his inimitable blend of house off the back of a world tour celebrating 20 years of his 2020Vision imprint and the release of seminal album Content. Joining Lawson and strengthening the Leeds connection will be Jaques Adda and Aartekt , famous for their top notch production and for their very successful Flux nights which were recognised in DJ Mag’s Best Club Nights of 2013. With Colour (Happy Dayz) and Technical Pillow (Little Thoughts & Technical Colour) also featuring, the line-up is testament to the work Shapes have done on the Bristol scene to create a night synonymous with top quality house and techno talent. FarmFestival.co.uk

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the first single “Rush Like the Wind”. The song is illustrative of his ability to strike an emotional chord with his honest songwriting and powerful vocal delivery. Imbuing a fresh spirit into traditional pop, “Rush Like the Wind” is about true romance. Matthew reveals, “It’s a timeless story about wanting to show someone how you feel about them, but not being able to. I’m sending my feelings to the person so they will never feel alone.” Matthew has spent most of 2013 gigging non-stop in Southern California to swooning teenage fans. Ultimately, Matthew is all about uplifting listeners. “I’d love for people to be able to take this with them and want to hear it over and over again,” he concludes. “And, if it happens to help someone on their journey in life, that would be truly amazing.” MatthewJudeWorld.com

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ecord covers are a sign of our life and times. Like the music on the discs, they address such issues as love, life, death, fashion, and rebellion. For music fans the covers are the expression of a period, of a particular time in their lives. Many are works of art and have become as famous as the music they stand for— Andy Warhol’s covers, for example, including the banana he designed for The Velvet Underground.

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his book, somewhere between photojournalism and an illustrated diary, follows The Police around the globe between 1980 and 1983. From the American West to Australia to Japan, Summers recorded not only the band members rehearsing and partying— the proverbial sex, drugs, and rock and roll—he also photographed fans, landscapes, still lifes, and passersby in a reportage style reminiscent of Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Frank. Containing over 600 photos and filled with diarystyle entries, I’ll Be Watching You is a sumptuous volume beating with musical energy, nostalgia, and atmospheric beauty. A must for photo buffs and Police fans alike.

This edition of Record Covers presents a selection of the best rock album covers of the 60s to 90s from music archivist, disc jockey, journalist, and former record-publicity executive Michael Ochs’s enormous private collection. Both a trip down memory lane and a study in the evolution of cover art, this is a sweeping look at an underappreciated art form. Taschen.com

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he book Jazzlife, the original fruit of their labors, has become a collector’s item that is highly treasured among jazz and photography fans. In 2003, TASCHEN began reassembling this important collection of material— along with many never-before-seen color images from those trips. They are brought together in this updated volume, which includes a foreword by William Claxton tracing his travels with Berendt and his love affair with jazz music in general. Jazz fans will be delighted to be able to take a jazztrip through time, seeing the music as Claxton and Berendt originally experienced it. Taschen.com

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aoto Fukasawa (b.1956) is one of the best-known Japanese product designers working today. His simple, restrained and userfriendly products appeal to people’s shared experience of things. The wall-mounted CD player he designed for MUJI in 1999, based on the image of a kitchen fan, was selected into MoMA’s design collection in 2005. The book is the first survey on Fukasawa’s work to be published in English. Edited by Fukasawa himself, and with contributions by artists, designers and lecturers, such as Antony Gormley and Jasper Morrison, the book introduces the reader to the designer’s particular and innovative design approach. Illustrated with newly commissioned photography, the book showcases over 100 products, which Fukasawa elucidates with a clever combination of images and words.

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n The Second Machine Age MIT’s Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee—two thinkers at the forefront of their field—reveal the forces driving the reinvention of our lives and our economy. As the full impact of digital technologies is felt, we will realize immense bounty in the form of dazzling personal technology, advanced infrastructure, and nearboundless access to the cultural items that enrich our lives. WWNorton.com issue

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Jul-Aug 2014 Music/Tech Issue No XXXVIII  

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