Today ‘Mensjesrechten’ is celebrating the 28th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. (UNCRC).
The new documentary series will be aired on television and are online in 2018. Watch one of the trailers, Bachir in Wonderland. (Dutch)
This cover was designed for the book of Stine Jensen "Alles wat ik voel". Unfortunately the publisher decided on another cover.
Learning how to weave by hand. Slow process, but learning fast.
Exciting stuff. The elusive Japanese producer Shinichi Atobe especially made these tracks for my brother's label ‘Jadac Recordings’. ONLY 500 units and pressed on translucent vinyl...
Shinichi Atobe - Rebuild Mix 1.2.3. - Jadac Recordings. Limited edition, translucent vinyl, 180 grams, hand numbered, black & white artwork. Pre-order: https://jadac.bandcamp.com/
Fact Mag about Rebuild Mix 1.2.3
The elusive Japanese producer maps out new territory on his next release.
After breaking over a decade of silence with 2014’s Butterfly Effect, Japanese producer Shinichi Atobe has become an increasingly prolific artist. Following his second album, this year’s World, Atobe will release Rebuild Mix 1.2.3. on November 4 via Daniël Jacques’ Jadac Recordings.
The EP, his first since his legendary debut Ship-Scope EP on Chain Reaction, was born out of Jacques attempt to get Atobe to remix one of his tracks. Atobe allegedly rejected the request and “insisted on making new songs with his own sound library”. The result is three originals that stretch his sound into fascinating new places.
As exciting as an Atobe remix might have been, no one is going to complain about more originals, especially when they’re as impressive as Rebuild‘s opener ‘Mix 1’. Mixing subdued bass lines, rattling percussion and the sort of jazzy piano accents we heard on Butterfly Effect‘s title track, it’s an exciting reminder that while Atobe has built up an enormous reputation, he’s also a new artist in many ways. ‘Mix 1’ is the sound of him moving on from his past and exploring his sound in the present. It’s exciting stuff.
I received an invitation from Arctic Paper to visit the Paper Factory in Munkedals in Sweden.
Watch out. Sound = loud.