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RE: #028 ☼ Dreaming of Light: James Turrell
Hello, I would like to lodge a request for some alternate forms of summer-enhancing vehicles. While motorsport can certainly be an exciting activity, I find other modes of transit more leisurely. With all due respect to the industrial design of cars, please consider including bicycles, rollerblades, trains, boats, and whatever else you can think of.
Underrated band: Little Dragon
underrated artist: Andre Butzer
underrated musician: Elderbrook
Underrated musician, Joe Farrell 🌴
www.wrangle.work -- great spot for discovering creative talent and browsing their projects!
When visiting stuffy DC, take a break with endless chill at Compliments Only subs. A Crunchy Boi with a Celery Soda (and a tattoo) is about as chill as it gets here.
my grandfather used to drive a 1994 Daihatsu Feroza that my father inherited when he passed. Now it's mine to look after and driving it feels like a real summer enhancing vehicle.
Read the FT Weekend.
Jens Buchert is the unknown king of Chill, and ESPECIALLY Sonic Boutique, who are I believe jingle guys that have 4 perfect records of cinematic chill and is just ridiculous that no one knows about theses guys, particularly their 2nd, 3rd, and 4th records. I contacted them once via email and they were shocked that I even knew of them.
Both on Apple Music.
An artist who definitely deserves more international attention, is Niko Abramidis &NE.
He explores the idea of artists as corporate entities, and follows a quite multimodal approach using plotters, canvases, screens and metal.
nice. glad to see summer enhancing vehicles back on the lot.
Underrated is BlockApps selling art to large corporations through blockchain
mad underrated: Groovewagon
probably because people sleep on Raleigh/the South in general
Underrated artist: KESMAR
Underrated Writer: https://souledidea.substack.com/p/believe-youre-great
Underrated Musician: Kryptogram
Underrated Creativity Hack: Writing on bamboo paper with a fountain pen in a cool room lit only by a singular warm incandescent