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SPINNING SHADES

MAGAZINE

NO2 WINTER 18/19

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ISSUE 2


WELCOME.


SPINNING SHADES NO2


CÔTE BLANC STUDIO


DECEMBER 2018 ISSUE TWO OF SPINNING SHADES IS HERE. THIS IS AN ISSUE FULL OF ART. CLEAN, MINIMALSTIC AND FILLED WITH GREAT ARTISTIC TALENTS. AND A VERY SPECIAL FEATURE - THANK YOU LYDIA EISENBLATTER. SHE MIXED A MARVELOUS SET FOR YOU, FOR US. WWW.SOUNDCLOUD.COM/SPINNINGSHADES SO LEAN BACK, READ, LISTEN - ENJOY!

KATHARINA KILB


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SOFT HARDNESS BY THORBEN HEKS

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MONGOLION DREAMS BY SARA BRUDKIEWICZ

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PLAN YOUR SHOPPING

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LUZ BY ALAN ROMAN

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ETCHED BY JULIA BLANK

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MAKE UP TRENDS 2019

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SARAH BY FRANCISCO FERNANDEZ

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THIS IS SPAIN BY SEIGAR

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BARCELONA

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ART BY STEVE JOHNSON

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GLOBAL SOUND LYDIA EISENBLATTER


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MODEL: SASKIA


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MONGOLIAN DREAMS BY

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MODEL: LUCY FENG HAIR AND MAKE UP ARTIST: GRACE YEN

SHIFT DRESS - FLORYDAY SNOW BOOTS - LANDS‘ END COAT - ZARA RING - JULIE IMPENS


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EARRINGS - MANGO DRESS - FLORYDAY NECKLACE - JULIE IMPENS


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FLORAL SHIRT - H&M SKIRT - ZARA SHOES - MANGO EARRINGS - MANGO NECKLACE - JULIE IMPENS

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LONG WAISTCOAT - ZARA SHIRT - ZARA CABLE KNIT JOGGERS - H&M NECKLACE - JULIE IMPENS EARRINGS - MANGO

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OVERSIZED SHIRT - H&M SKIRT - ZARA NECKLACE - JULIE IMPENS WHITE TOP - MANGO EARRINGS - MANGO SHOES - MANGO


SNOW BOOTS - LANDS‘ END COTTON BLOUSE - FLORYDAY LINEN TROUSERS - ZARA NECKLACE / RING - JULIE IMPENS EARRINGS - MANGO


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Maybe we should ask God to put a veil on our eyes every time we approach a shop for shoes, clothes, jewelry, baby clothes and stores. Then we would be sure to avoid the temptation of impulse buying. Remember a day when you had just a few notes with you and you told yourself that this would be enough to buy groceries for the whole weekend? Then when you were only a few miles from the grocery you saw a beautiful dress hanged in a shop. That was the end of the groceries plan because you ended up buying three dresses and went home more broke than you had planned. This is an experience that we have often ladies, but we can change this habit. Yes we can. The solution to this bad habit is in planning. First, do a budget of what you would like to purchase. Secondly, do window shopping both online and in shops to see the variety of what you would like to buy. Thirdly, whilst checking variety, also compare the prices. The prices should match up to the quality of the shoe or skirt or dress that you would like to purchase. It is important to relate these prices to your budget so that you do not use more than you had planned to buy the item for. Lastly, ensure that the item you purchase satisfies your needs. No need to buy an item and then keep it in the wardrobe for years without wearing it. If you feel dissatisfied about something, do not buy it. These tips will help you make better shopping choices and curb undesirable shopping habits. Try them and see if you will not be better of than you have been. In fact you could even begin saving little by little the monies you spent on unplanned purchases.

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ALAN ROMAN PHOTOGRAPHY

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MAYBE SHE‘S BORN WITH IT. MAYBE IT‘S AN INSTAGRAM FILTER.


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PHOTOGRAPHY JULIA BLANK REPRESENTED BY FARIYAL KENNEL MAKE UP ARTIST SABINE NANJA SPONSORED BY MY.MASCARA MODEL HANNAH MARIE GRAF


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MAKE UP -2019

Flattering makeup trends are expected to figure greatly in 2019. They include a shift in ecological consciousness which presents itself in the growing support for humane and ethical brands of cosmetics that eschew animal testing, as well as the resurgence of colors that are not normally used as accents. Bare skin and the no-makeup look are also getting a huge following. Here are some of the most gorgeous trends you might want to try to update your go-to beauty tricks. Neons Your trusty and ever-wearable minimalist makeup can use a smidgen of risk by blending in with subtle touches of neon. Consider trying your hand at a sharp dash of hot orange eyeliner or a single swipe of mascara in hot pink. And if you are truly in the mood to capitalize on the burgeoning neon makeup trend, then wear lipstick in an attention-getting Cheeto orange shade. Eye Makeup Only One strong spring beauty trend involves putting on something bright and catchy on

the eye area and leaving the rest of the face bare. Smudge lime yellow, scarlet red, or cobalt blue eyeshadow, for example, and that‘s it. A variation of this trend is the tough-girl aesthetic, which involves heavy application of matte eyeshadow while leaving the lower lash line completely bare. Teal and peach shades are also huge hits for this year‘s eye-makeup-only trend. Incomplete Eyeshadow Splash iridescent eyeshadow only along the inner eye corners. This makeup trick illuminates and focuses attention on the nose and beautiful lips. Youthful Pink An easy-to-apply blushing beauty trend involves sheer pink lip gloss and a subtle dab of shimmery rose pink eyeshadow. Blend evenly, so the eyeshadow shimmer does not appear splotched. One Statement Color A striking midnight blue or vivid emerald green on the eye area is best worn alone. Your favorite bold eyeshadow color has a strong showing in 2019 as a statement color worn alone on a barely touched up face.


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PHOTOGRAPHY FRANCISCO FERNANDEZ MAKE UP AND HAIR ARTIST EDUARDO JIMENEZ MODEL SARAH LONG


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This series is a collection of pop urban photographs taken in Madrid (Aranjuez) and Segovia during short trips in the summer. It plays with the concepts of identity and nation. It brings intentional stereotypical images full of saturated colors and light which are the preconceived ideas people take for granted in Spain. They present existence contained with the use of reflections, and some architecture and touristic views as the setting. Plastic people and also people share dreams in this set. They all seem to be meditating on life and love, planning the next move. The whole impression portrays a country staring at the future and immersed in their thoughts under the glowing sun and heat. In Spain, we are dreamers. We can feel the revolution of love from a Daliesque and camp spy’s perspective. These city narrative tales are frozen in time with the common sensation that if we press play in any of the images, something big can happen. This Is Spain. PHOTOGRAPHY BY SEIGAR

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T H I S I S S PA I N .


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GLOBAL PL ACES

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BIZARRE COSMOPOLITAN PLAYFUL

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Barcelona brilliantly combines the old with the new and the historic with the bizarre to give tourists an experience they will never re-live elsewhere. Located on the northeast coast of Spain and part of Catalonia, those who explore Barcelona range from art aficionados to beachgoers to history buffs to serious party animals. There is something for everyone in Barcelona, which is why it is the top tourist destination in Spain. Spend your days exploring the scenic trails of Barcelona‘s eclectic Park Güell and narrow alleyways of Barri Gòthic, considered a romantic place if you‘re traveling with your partner in crime. Also, add plenty of time on your Barcelona vacation itinerary to wander Las Ramblas. Filled with narrow alleys and streets, you‘ll find local markets, nightclubs, and plenty of restaurants to enjoy authentic Catalonian fare - mostly seafood, so keep that in mind. Party the night away at one of Barcelona‘s beachside nightclubs, and pack plenty of cool clothing and sunscreen no matter when you visit this amazing city. The best time to go, however, is may or june.

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HOLDING YOU COULDN‘T BE ALONE LOVING YOU COULDN‘T BE ALONE KISSING YOU COULDN‘T BE ALONE TELL ME HOW CAN YOU, TELL ME I BELONG, TELL ME I BELONG


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ARCHANGEL - BURIAL


LYDIA EISENBLATTER CHAPTER TWO - READY FOR THE NEXT STEP TO SELF REALIZATION


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HOW EVERYTHING STARTED TEN YEARS AGO WHEN? WHERE? HOW? How did I get into it? I have started working in a bar at a very young age to be honest, I was just fifteen. The bar owner was also quite young. He started to host his own electronic music parties, where I helped out as well. And that was the first door that opened. At these parties you easily meet people from the entire scene. Whether Djs, other hosts or promoters. And you get in contact with everyone. Just a short time later I have worked at almost every bar or club of the electronic music scene in Thuringia (where I come from).

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In 2007 there was the grand opening of the so called „Klangkino“, a club defined by techno and new musical international influences. Also in this club I was an active part of the bar. One year later Chris Liebing was a guest at the club. We sat in the backstage after an event and chilled and talked. He had told me about his experiences of DJ‘ing and what it does to him. I have always listened to him attentively and he has inspired me. I could not get his words out of my head. He told me about being free. I have always been an immensely curious person and there is no happier feeling for me than the feeling of freedom. At that time I also helped out in a house club. The club was actually like a small family. We sat there for hours after the parties and talked about so many things, still after all the guests had left. The conversations did not always make sense, but every morning was legendary. One of those days, I remembered Chris‘ words. And then I pestered the club owner and his buddy, who were also DJs at that time, if they could show me how to play and spin.

From then on, it all started. I wanted to know more and be able to do more. So I borrowed turntables, Dj mixers and bought a pretty wild set of records to practice. Without any previous musical experience I started. I recognized what Chris meant by the feeling of freedom while playing. After every stressful university day I was looking forward to nothing more than coming home and playing. Often I practiced and played on bigger systems in the club where I worked as a bartender. Until Robert (the owner of the club) asked me: „If you want to play the warm up, what should I write on the flyer?‘‘ That was in March 2009. Well, I guess that was the start of chapter one. And now, after 10 Years, I am ready for the next big step.

CHAPTER TWO MY OWN RECORD LABEL [OAM] My label should become something very special to me. It is a self-realization. It is often difficult to work with other record labels if you do not have their accurate style. Especially if you focus upon one record label, it distorts your own creativity. You try to adapt. I realized it does not feel right to me. That was the first intention to build a record label by my own. I do not want to pretend for others or for success. This label is a mirror of myself.


WHAT HAS SHAPED YOU THE MOST IN YOUR CAREER?

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You learn a lot in time. Especially when your work is a matter close to your heart, certain things get very close to you. At the beginning of my career I was very emotional when someone did not like my music. But time and especially experiences shape you. And at some point in life I understood that I am not a ‚service provider‘ - I am an artist.

The first EP on my own label [OAM] will be called ‚Chapter Two‘. With the tracks ‚Route‘‘ and ‚Junction‘‘. It is about development paths. About the routes and junctions you have to go through in life. „Route“ is an explanation of where I am right now and where I want to go in life. A mixture of techno beats and soul house vocals. „Junction“ is very oldscool techno with strong influences by artists like Robert Hood. The vocal itself talks about „all about house music“. It is a mix of house music but also techno. I love the vibes of both in one track. And I am very happy and proud that I could win P.Leone as remixer for the first release. He is incredibly talented. He is part of Radio Slave‘s label Rekids and has a very special and unique sound. That is exactly what I want. Individuality. I do not want to dictate anything to anyone. I want to be free and I want that for everyone else as well. When I choose the artists, it has a good reason. I was able to win Mark Broom for „Junction“. That is a real dream come true. Mark is a techno legend from the 90s. No matter how successful this EP may become, for me it is already a huge personal achievement.

You can never please everyone. People have different tastes and that is a good thing. Otherwise there would not be so many forms of art, in my case music. I think it is important that there are so many styles and facets, because each one inspires you. WHAT INFLUENCES YOUR MUSIC THE MOST? As with many things, you are constantly changing and developing. Anything else would be stagnation and stagnation tires you out at a certain point. When I started, I was most influenced by my friends and the club where I worked as a bartender. At that time I was totally into house music of the late 90s and early 2000s. Actually I listen to every style of music. But one thing I can definitely say, I am a huge fan of the vibes from the 80s or 90s, no matter what genre. I do not know why. Probably because it reminds me of my childhood and a very great time. It puts me in a good mood and that is my favourite mood. I am more of an extrovert artist than an introvert. All I want is a good time. It would be hard for me to produce deep melancholic music. Honestly, this is not my thing. About three years ago I was in contact with the distillery for the first time, where I am a resident dj now. It is one of the oldest and most popular techno clubs in Germany. I guess this club revived my music. And now my style is something like a mix of all my periods of music and life which I experienced so far. It is a blend of house and techno, but oldschool. I am totally into it.

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THE DECLARATION OF „NEED NO MAN“ - HER LATEST TRACK There is no direct statement behind it. On the one hand I like the vocals „I need no man to survive“. On the other it is of course a reflection of my own thoughts at this time. Besides all the wonderful things in life we all have to go through bad times as well. And music helps me everytime, so I put all my feelings into my projects. I created ‚NEED NO MAN‘ in winter. Cold, short days. Private life was more a ‚meh‘ than a ‚wow‘. Well, everyone knows that feeling. And that track is a kind of self-motivation. It put me in a better mood. Nowadays it is played by great artists like Loco Dice. I never expected that but I am super proud. Watching a video that has been recorded somewhere in the world. And thousands of people are freaking out. They are dancing, feeling happy while listening to my song. That is the greatest appreciation a producer can feel so far. I am very grateful about that.


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SPINNING SHADES MAGAZINE PUBLISHING, EST. 2018 ISSN 2626-1812 PUBLISHER / CREATIVE DIRECTOR KATHARINA KILB HQ ADRESS JAEGERBERG 2, 24960 GLUECKSBURG, GERMANY MAIL@SPINNINGSHADES.COM PHOTOGRAPHERS ALAN ROMAN JULIA BLANK KU DEXTER SARA BRUDKIEWICZ SEIGAR THORBEN HEKS MODELS HANNAH MARIE GRAF LUCY FENG LUZ CELAYA SARAH LONG SASKIA LUZ CELAYA STYLISTS

FRANCISCO GARRIDO MAKE UP & HAIR ARTISTS

GRACE YEN SABINE NANJA MUSIC ARTIST

LYDIA EISENBLATTER

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