Interview / MARTINET & TEXEREAU

Interview with the french artist duo Martinet & Terxereau.

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Interview / Johanna Olk

Interview with the french artist Johanna Olk.

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Behind the Image / Fabian Unternaehrer

Tell us more about this image
The man on the ferry from France to Ireland is a guy who seemingly “made his last walk on a ferry”…
I don`t know, there is some sort of awerness in his presence… like “breath in, breath out… thinking of goodbyes,
of the beautiful ocean…” Most surely I project these things into him…
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Fabian Unternaehrer – born in Basel in 1981, lives in Bern, Switzerland

Behind the Images / Georges Salameh

The photographer Georges Salameh tells us more about some of his pictures.

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Playlist of the week #86

The first playlist of 2018 is released. We cruise from a serie of downtempo/ambient tracks including a forgotten production by Shlohmo, to experimental Electronic music productions produced by the excentric Roy of Ravers and Jacques Perrey.

Photo & Selection by Robin Palvadeau | ALL THE PLAYLISTS

Interview / Tom Deason

Interview with the English-Colombian Illustrator, Tom Deason.

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A Curious Question To / Sofiane Boualia

Why is it important for you to photograph this piece of ground?

This photo is called “Desert” it’s from my serie Hors Saison a project on my hometown, a small city in the middle of France called Clamecy. This shot was taken on my childhood playground, it’s the old parking of the public pool. I was living in the kind of residential neighborhood where every kids hang together, we used to spend a lot of time over there, biking, skating, dreaming, climbing trees to watch girls by the pool.
I’ve once broke the arm of a friend, I guess we were trying to create a new game it was terrible. It’s just a parking lot, but there were a real energy a true meeting place, it was perfect to work on our creativity. I’ve shot this piece of ground because first of all as a 8 years old kid that dick shape was funny, and today it symbolises a form of nostalgia, the rift got bigger there’s no kids playing there anymore. It represents the desertification of my hometown.

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Sofiane Boualia – French Photographer

Playlist of the week #85

A new playlist to start winter warmly.
Ease yourself, we will chill delicately with some indie, lo-fi hip hop, ambient, groove & electronic music.

Photo & Selection by Robin Palvadeau | ALL THE PLAYLISTS

Interview / Stanley Bloom

Interview with the french photographer, Stanley Bloom.

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Interview / Kim – Blues de Geek Manifesto

Interview with the surprising french artist, multi-instrumentalist and singer, Kim
– at the occasion of the release of his last album “Blues de Geek Manifesto“. [ITW in French and English]

We hear many different influences in your album, as well as humor. How would you define your music?

Thank you for the compliment. I think “geek blues” could suit me. It is multilingual and old-fashioned. I like old-fashioned. It’s like ugly – the pretty way. It may be what you perceive as humorous. Old-fashioned. I like when it sucks a bit.

On sent beaucoup d’influences différentes dans ton album, on sent de l’humour aussi. Comment tu définirais ta musique ?

Merci du compliment. Je crois que le terme « blues de geek » pourrait m’aller. Il est polyglotte et désuet. J’aime beaucoup le désuet. C’est comme du moche, mais en joli. C’est peut être ca que tu entends comme humoristique. Le désuet. J’aime bien quand ca craint un peu.

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