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Transcript of UrbanStyleMag #35 "Talking Head"

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    editorial TEXT/PHOTOGRAPHY. NICOLE ERINI ( [email protected] )

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  • 7:42 a.m. Svobody Square, Brno, Czech Republic. Ive just arrived from Bratislava and the Electronic Beats festival, and Im having coffee with the tons of souvenirs from Slovakia in the chair next to me, and the tons of conundrums that feature permanently in my mind, which sounds kinda like this:You take train and bus rides and flights and ships, you pack, you migrate, you live (thats what you keep telling yourself), you get homesick so you pack again, you move back, then you get nostalgic and homesick for your second home, you re-gret, you migrate again or you stay, and wonder why - always and everywhere a new beginning, always a new home. Dont miss anything, learn a lot, buy a lot, be everywhere and everything, dont stay still.

    In the meantime classes, master degrees, PhDs, insecurities, experiences (eu-phemism for traumatic or not life events, of which only the second make it to the verbal speech- and facebook), emails, deadlines, dilemmas, second thoughts, coffee breaks, did I turn off the gas?, rent, bills, birthdays, desires, needs (whats the difference again?), dead ends, drinks, alarm clocks, bureaucracy, the flu, Have you got any idea who you talkin to? (Dude, have you got any idea who Im talkin to?), gifts, staff cuts, parties some of them shamefully overrated-, cinema, traf-fic, oh thats a great shampoo you should try it, how much of our consciousness are we responsible for, after all?, oh I cant be bothered, sex, music, seaside or mountainside-, can I get a hot dog? Why isnt he/she calling? (basically why do you care so much), salary raises, salary cuts, inbox, how do you translate Oh please? Delays, doubts, fights, the class struggle (the struggle of unresolved issues), autistic plans (based on utter and complete interdependence), dreams (such a cliche), when will you grow up? (dunno whens the deadline?), chewing gums, laughs, pretentious politeness, unnecessary impoliteness, consumerism, what an ego trip (yeah right, try projections and placebos), currency, street musicians, cinnamon cookies, multiculturalism and generation and age gaps, indepen-dence (or is it mere loneliness?), and somewhere in the fine print, the whole point. Anywhere you go, no matter what you do -or what is done to you- people are the same. Locations change. Habbits change. Ideas may change too. But people in their cores, I swear to you, theyre all the same. Differences are an illusion, often a very convenient one.

    After twelve years of restless moving and three days of hectic sleeplessness that feel like a year, a week, and a day at the same time, my brain feels like my laptops recycle bin. Random, untidy and irrelevant. So I will close this with the words of someone much more articulate (and way more concise) than me.

    While I am writing, I am far away;and when I come back, I have already left.I should like to see if the same thing happensto other people as it does to me,to see if as many people are as I am,and if they seem the same way to themselves.

    When this problem has been thoroughly explored,I am going to school myself so well in thingsthat, when I try to explain my problems,I shall speak, not of self, but of geography.

    From We Are Many, by Pablo Neruda.

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    LAWRENCE 16INTERVIEW BY JOHN PAPASTYLIANOS

    UNIqUE BRATISLAVA 22NICOLE ERINI

    TRENTEMOLLER LIVE 38PHOTOGRAPHY LE NANTOU

    ELECTRONIC BEATS FESTIVAL 48NICOLE ERINI

    IRON TATTOO 60INTERVIEW APOSTOLOS PATSELIS, MICHAEL MEIMAROGLOU

    KALEIDOSCOPE 68JOANNA ANAGNOSTIDOU

    CUP OF TEA ANYONE? 76FOTIOS BALAS

    WHITE 78ANO THEODOROGLOU & ALEXANDER VARELIDIS

    SHOPA 84STELLA ROUSNIDOU

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    BODJ IRISH BURNOUT EP( CLAAP RECORDS )

    releases Claap , . , label , Bodj. , Irish Burnout EP label. 2013, release Back and Forth, .

    EP , Irish Burnout Rigel. House Techno, . EP dub , - . Rigel bass line acid .

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    n Claap releases I often find tracks which have a hypno-tising effect, boredom being the last thing I expect. And thats for a reason, needless to specify - I mean, were talking about Claap. Now the label strikes back with one more stunning work, this time by Bodj. The Greek producer makes a comeback after almost two years, with his Irish Burnout EP, and Id say his sound matches that of the label perfectly. Even though he didnt feed our ears with his much anticipated sound in 2013, releasing only one work on Back and Forth, he seems to be in great shape and his tunes remain as impressive as usual.

    This is the case with this EP and these two gems of tracks, Irish Burnout and Rigel. Both play in the middle ground between House and Techno, the latter being the prevailing one. What stands out right from the start of the EP is the dub features and the playful rythm of the percussive instru-ments, with all the other elements complementing the body of the sound deliciously. I personally have a soft spot for Rigel, because of its bass line and its acid touch.Definitely two dance tracks which are going to work for anyone who includes them in their mixes.

    Out on the 14th of April in vinyl - on the 28th in digital.

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    DOUBTINGTHOMAS AVEC PARCIMONIE EP ( ORGANIC MUSIC )

    Organic-Music Rhythm&Soul, DoubtingThomas. , Avec Parcimonie - bonus track digital EP.

    Apikoros , . funky , , .

    remix , Ben Vedren. original.

    , Mr AAFR, release , , feeling .

    , bonus Dificil Mezcla tempo, Dj tools electronica, .

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    After a very succesful release with Rhythm and soul, Organic Music gives us a collaboration with DoubtingThomas. Familiar with the imprint from a previous release in it, he comes back with Avec Parcimonie which includes four productions one of them as a bonus track only in digital.

    The EP starts with Apikoros and a melancholic atmosphere in which the piano and violin sounds are very distinguishing. The combination of funky percussion instruments and the very unique beat will definitely win the ears of those hardest to satisfy.

    Right afterwards we have a remix by the newcomer Ben Verden. A more dance version that doesnt cease to keep and highlight the essence and character of the original track.

    Then, Mr AAFR is by far the tune which stands out in this EP. Its dark atmosphere, aggressive beat, embedded psychedelic sounds and vocals paired with piano, it renders a feel of mystery.

    Finally, dreamy bonus track Dificil Mezcla is a low tempo tune, resting where Dj tools and electronica abut.

    Out since mid March, in vinyl and digital.

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    PROMPT LEMMA ( ORGANIC MUSIC )

    Manuel Fernandez Llorente aka Prompt , , , . album promo .

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    , jazz synths Prompt. White .

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    The Spanish producer Manuel Fernandez Llorente aka Prompt is definitely one to respect and follow closely. He is obviously not interested in mere production, but goes for its progress and the experimentation instead. The results are truly astonishing - only a sample of his new album was given to publicity as a promo, but it was more than enough to get us all excited.

    Lemma is a live mix, since hes not really the staying-in-the-studio type of guy. Rather than spending hours in safety and on specific tunes, he prefers to make live recordings, producing on the spot. Sounds like one hell of a risk, considering theres always a chance for something to go wrong, but as he himself says Per-fection is imperfect.

    His collaboration with a band makes this album even more valu-able and fascinating, as he demonstrates a remarkable talent in blending jazz sounds with his beats and synths. I must note here that the bass we hear in White is organic all the way.

    Of course we can also find some tunes of a more classical style in this album, meaning they follow a Techno House line. Vocals, strong beats and unique sounds, this is a piece of work impos-sible to ignore.

    Out since the 27th of March, by 7oise.

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    VOYEUR RAIN AWAY EP ( MADHOUSE )

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    Rain Away, Miles Away Gone Away . Rain Away , dub , house , synths deep house . .

    Miles Away. , , background, groove jazz/blues synths.

    EP Gone Away. bassline, . , , soulful .

    Voyeur Chandler, House .

    digital 10 .

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    The British proudly flooded the press with praising -in fact tri-umphant and extolling- reviews, when their first release was out in 2012. I didnt like it, I must admit, although I couldnt disregard two undoubtedly talented kids with something dif-ferent in their production- albeit without being able to define what that different exactly was.

    A bit more than a year without any news from the duo, and their promo pops up in my mail. Turns out theyre back, with an EP consisting of three tracks, released on MadTech sister label and of course blessed by our dearest, Kerri Chandler.

    Rain Away, Miles Away and Gone Away, are the titles of their brand new tunes. Rain Away, a house track with classical in-fluences, got me excited right away. Intense dub elements, subtle vocals meddling in the flow, synths ascribing a deep house atmosphere, it is a production that leaves no room for doubt as to why this duo is part of the legendary House family.

    The next one, Miles Away, is a more classical sounding pro-duction. In a jazz/blues tone brought forth by the synths and a somewhat melancholic atmosphere combined wonderfully with the groove of organic percussives, it features a captivat-ing piano sound in the leading role and discreet vocals in the background.

    The EP closes with Gone Away. Intense bassline, strong per-cussives merged with a beat which interferes playfully in the flow but without messing with its atmosphere. Piano again seems to prevail, and along with the saxophone they attribute a rather soulful identity to the tune.

    Voyeur enjoy the trust and support of many illustrious names in the House scene and with this release they prove it is no coincidence.

    Out in digital since the 10th of March.

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    INTERvIEw. JOHN PAPASTYLIANOS ([email protected])

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    n the 4rth of April and quite some time after Lawrences last visit to Thessaloniki, the team of Be Uncensored had the pleasure to have him again in the city, in collaboration with Club Division.

    Lawrence is an artist who inspires respect. Not because of the character of his unparalleled productions per se, but because of his; be-cause of the attitude he has kept throughout his ceaseless career in the electronic music scene. If there was an elevator pitch for the cast of producers to which he belongs, that would be No chasing after trends, no compromise. He preserves and values the quality of music above all, and you can really spot that consistent quality in his productions, as well as in Dial and Smallville, for which Lawrence plays the role of the mastermind.

    UrbanStyleMag had a great talk with him on the occasion of his gig in Thessaloniki, and asked him about the special features of the nice n mighty Smallville, about upcoming releases and plenty more. And heres what he said...

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    , . DJ , ; . , , . Folkways Records, Lloyd Miller The Lyman Woodard Organization . Ode Music Will Oldham Music for strings, percussion and Celesta Bela Bartok.

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    playlists , gigs . album Floorplan, Delsin 100, Population One club, queens - End Times .

    ... ; Lawrence / Sten, Dial label; ambient album Toshiya Kawasaki label , Mule Musiq. Decay Efdemin remixes . Roman Flgel (Dial) Julius Steinhoff (Smallville) . Wow, ...

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    It s not a striking observation that your music is diverse. So, aside from your job as a DJ and producer, what do you listen to when you relax at home?One of my favorite items at home is my kitchen turntable. Its an old one that doesnt do any bass music- the needle would skip immediately. What makes me entirely happy is cooking while listening to some old Folkways Records, a very few jazz albums, such as Lloyd Miller or The Lyman Woodard Organization and other favor-ites. For example Will Oldhams Ode Music or Bela Bartoks Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta.

    Having a tour schedule like yours, is it easy to keep being motivated in each and every gig?Of course touring around includes ups and downs, the inspiring and disappointing next to each other, but I still feel motivated every time I start to pack my record bag.

    You have been in the recording side of things for almost fifteen years now and youve managed to develop a very distinctive and personal sound. After all those years and output, do you still draw influence from other producers?The music I produce is always a reflection of what I listen to or what I experience. Without others music I would lose my motivation. The Lawrence sound comes somehow through the technical approach when dealing with all these inspirations.

    In a past interview you said youre a computer musician/producer. Computers and especially the internet, have been accused of destroying the music market and the experience of music as an Art form. How would you respond to these accusations?The Music Market destroyed the Music Market. But with Dial Records, Smallville, Mule Musiq, we are part of an underground scene, which doesnt follow the strate-gies of Music Market. When record shops disappeared we opened one, when downloads destroyed vinyl business we focussed on vinyl, when everything is down we start the party.

    How does Smallville differ, compared to the other record shops youve been to?Smallville never started as a serious business. Its an institution, a meeting point, a party, a crib for lovely dogs- and it serves the most wonderful records. But I guess thats what all great record shops are about.

    Dial Records is one of the most consistent labels in terms of quality. Is it chal-lenging, trying to keep an imprint financially healthy and inspirational at the same time?We are not really into finances, its just numbers. We ve had releases that caused what other people would call a financial crisis- these are my favorite records!

    Could you tell us three or four records/albums that have never left your bag or your player at home during the last year or so?Floorplan, Delsin100, Population One for the club, queens End Times at home.

    And lastly... what are the future releases we should watch out for? Any forth-coming release from Lawrence/Sten, or something exciting on Dial or any other label?I am recently working on an ambient album for my friend Toshiya Kawasaki who celebrates the ten years anniversary of his Mule Musiq imprint. My absolute favor-ite Efdemin Decay is just out and we will release a couple of remixes soon. Ro-man Flgel (Dial) and Julius Steinhoff (Smallville) are about to release their won-derful albums this year as well. Wow, thats a lot to be looking forward to isnt it.

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    TEXT/PHOTOGRAPHY. NICOLE ERINI ([email protected])

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    We were having a conversation with my friend Ronald a couple of days ago, about Klimt and Schiele, and we were talking about how the latter is so simple yet intense and emotional whereas the former goes for the beauty and the detail. I mean, they re both priceless painters, no doubt there. But if you want a pleasant picture that will give you emotionally charged meanings only if you sit and stare at it, or -lets be honest- if you want a painting above your couch that will make your friends go Oh what a nice picture. Klimt, right?, then yes, youd rather go with Klimt. Schiele doesnt do you a favour, he doesnt polish himself, doesnt comfort you, doesnt care if youre disturbed. He s rough, and raw, and somewhat shameless; hes there.

    So now that I have to write something about Bratislava but without any idea on how to start describing it, Ill take the easy way out (dont judge) and make analogies. If Ronald and I were talking about cities, those would be Prague and Bratislava. Prague is amazingly, astonishingly, ridiculously beautiful and makes people go Oh youve been to Prague?! Sounds won-derful!. It has its scars of course, but it so beautiful you fail to notice them at first sight.

    Bratislava on the other hand, is not that generous with fairytales and ro-mance; its only cute at points. The Old Town center, the castle and the streets around it- and youre pretty much done with traditional cuteness. With all those architectural contrasts and chipped walls with ripped off posters, you have to think beauty in its broad sense, in order to detect it in the Slovak capital.

    Nothwithstanding the considerable amount of green, and colourful build-ings, the atmosphere somehow feels grey. Communism is visible in the architecture but thats just visual History now *keeping herself from elab-orating on this* Thankfully, medieval towers and baroque palaces here and there, make up for the unbearable simplicity of the communist era.

    Strangely though, what I loved most in the urban landscapes of Bratislava was exactly that grey, its so-called ugliness.

    The Slobody Square and its metallic flower fountain reminded me of Luhrmanns Romeo and Juliet, something about Venice beach and rav-aged playgrounds and luna parks. And the inside of Most Slovenskho nrodnho povstania (good luck remembering that, it means Bridge of the Slovak National Uprising but you can call it UFO Bridge), looks like a movie set of a film such as Aronofskys Requiem for a Dream. Abandoned, forgotten and dodgy; the kind of place where only drug addicts, artists and cultural sociologists would feel comfortable. Graffiti everywhere, some of them impressive and artful, some clumsy and pert, layers of partly de-stroyed posters, stairs that look quiet and the river. Not exactly the ideal background for, say, wedding photos or post-cards your parents stick on the fridge with jolly magnets. The UFO above, looking aged and futuristic at the same time, reminded me of Spielberg/ Kubricks Artificial Intelligence, kinda like a vintage perception of outer space, or a creepy old luna park (again, with the luna parks!). So yeah, if theres one thing we established here about Bratislava is basically that its ideal for those who have a decent taste in movies.

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    The villagey Old Town center is just, adorable, as cozy as it gets, with nice streets to walk around, easy-going cafes and restaurants and most im-portantly, not packed with tourist shops and groups as one would expect. The Medieval Ages are present, although not, how should I put it, that, commercially exploited. It has the feeling of the small, laid back town that attracts those weird travellers who take pictures of locals feet, cats and ruins . Well, it is a small town (and I love taking pictures of feet, cats and ruins) but try to go for example to Rhodes Old Town in the summer and youll see what playing the Medieval Ages card looks like.

    Concluding, if youre what people call normal, Bratislava might bore you the second day in, so after youre done with the Old Town and the castle, go to romantic Slovakian villages (equally loveable I must say) and eat traditional sheep cheese.

    Talking about cheese, do try the cheese. And the sausages. Preferably in an underground pub where you will lose track of time. And be aware of those little round orange peppers that will come with, they look cute as tiny pumpkins but theyre probably the spiciest thing agriculture has ever produced, the hottest thing ever, in life, on the planet, I think I can still feel my tongue burning. And, needless to say, drink Slovak beer.

    I reckon its really bizarre that barely anyone likes Bratislava. Seriously, they hate it, locals think its boring, tourists will try to warn you, Dont spend more than a day theres nothing to see!, even Wikipedias article isnt all that much. But Bratislava deserves more than a day trip, because it is so deliciously random. Dreamy and dirty, creepy and sweet, arty and sketchy, scarred and happy, untidy and comfortable, quiet, non-polished, non comme-il-faut, definitely not what youd expect a European capital to look like. A local teenager with whom I hung out at the lounge of Electronic Beats festival, asked me what was it I liked so much about his city. I told him it felt like childhood.

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    fashiontrash TEXT/PHOTOS. JOANNA ANAGNOSTIdOU (fASHION dESIGNER)

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    I was six, when I first laid my hands on it.I remember it was made of wood, it smelled fresh paint and I always had it in my bag.It enraptured me, took me on mental journeys full of playful coherences, it car-ried me away in skies full of colours.As I lifted it up high, my eyes whirled and the colours turned into ornaments, em-eralds, diamonds, chains... plaited so beautifully, changing constantly, as if they were magic.A shirt of neoprene with appliqu flowers, a retro necklace with large jewels, a tiara, bracelets and rings, graffiti on the walls, those are now my kaleidoscope.Artfully, they turned into an image, made it into a frame and, here they are, for you to see.So let your thoughts aside for a while and use my colours to make your own story, in my kaleidoscope.

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