This Month – October


Read – Online

Japanese fashion designer Kenzo Takada dies from COVID-19

‘Magic’ gloves let acclaimed Brazilian pianist play again

We Asked Top Architects for Bold Solutions to L.A.’s Homeless Crisis. Here’s What They Came Up With

Eddie Van Halen, Virtuoso of the Rock Guitar, Dies at 65

Listened to – Music

Porno for Pyros – Pets

Dirty Vegas – Days Go By (Official Video)

Van Halen – Why Can’t This Be Love

D-Mob “We call it acieed”

Scatman John – Everybody Jam

Listened to – Podcasts


Watched – Films and Documentaries

Yohji Yamamoto: Rebel in black: documentary about the man who is singlehandedly responsible for the fact that everybody has been wearing black clothes (as a fashion statement and not to signal mourning) since the 80ies;

Black to Techno: “Black To Techno delves into the origins of the genre in Detroit, drawing parallels between the machine-like production lines of the city’s manufacturing heritage and the roots of black music in drum patterns and percussive variation. It features contributions from pioneering spoken-word and hip-hop group The Last Poets and Detroit DJs Stacey Hotwaxx, DJ Minx and DJ Holographic. Exploring how the music found kindred spirit in the post-reunification Berlin of the early ’90s, the film weaves together a multi-layered narrative, structured with a nod to public access television”;

I Was There When House Took Over the World: “Nile Rodgers, Marshall Jefferson and other pioneers tell the story of how disco’s death gave birth to a house takeover. Emerging from troubled 1970s Chicago, it became dance music’s most iconic sound”;

Watched – TV and Youtube

Buying An $18,000 House: Inside America’s Cheap Old Houses

School lies to unlearn in your twenties

Miscellaneous awesomeness