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Record Culture Issue 7 is available now on loremnotipsum.com and features Biscuit, Colin Self, Michel Gaubert, Budino, Andras, Eric Duncan, Weyes Blood, The Juan MacLean, Roza Terenzi, and the visual feature “Miró & Music”.

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Issue 7 is available now on loremnotipsum.com and features Biscuit, Colin Self, Michel Gaubert, Budino, Andras, Eric Duncan, Weyes Blood, The Juan MacLean, Roza Terenzi, and the visual feature “Miró & Music”.

Record Culture is a bi-annual publication from New York City that focuses on niche music communities around the world and their intersection with the worlds of art, fashion and culture. Led by in-depth interviews, image portfolios and photography that gives a unique view into homes and studio spaces. Contributors are: Paul Barbera • Pierre-Ange Carlotti • Megan Cullen • Pedro Díaz • Emma Le Doyen • Jacob Lewis Ferguson • Sam Fitzgerald • Albrecht Fuchs • Glen Goetze • Ollie Grove • Eri Harada • Kiloran Hiscock • Louis Horne • Jean Jullien • Rasa Juskeviciute • Amarpaul Kalirai • Yumi Kayayan • Fred Lahache • Bastien Lattanzio • Benjamin Leclerc • Alex Lee • David Lekach • Heather Lighton • John Londono • Raphaël Le Manchec • Stefan Marx • Ilya Milstein • Kento Mori • Hayley Morgan • Arthur Naulot • Sam Nichols • Piotr Niepsuj • Nathan Perkel • Benjamin Marius Petit • Maciek Pozoga • Anna Rose • Enda Rowan • Claudio Santoro • Andrea Servert Alonso-Misol • Thora Siemsen • Amber Sterling • Dennis Swiatkowski • Bruce Tantum • Steve Terry • Jamie Tiller • Kingston Trinder • Vivek Vadoliya • Callum Vass • Matt Werth • Drew Wheeler • Elise Wilken

Details: Record Culture – Issue 7

208 pages / Size: 6 x 9 inch / Binding: Perfect bound, Soft Cover

Issue 7 supplement

Playing To The Gods
A visual exploration of Bali’s gamelan culture
Photography by Nathan Perkel

68 pages, Saddle stitch, Softcover

Article No. bfrecordcult0007 Published by Record Culture Manufactured in USA Available in English Tag Reading situation Beach · Coffee Shop · Travelling Weight 900 g Dimensions 27 × 23 × 2 cm

Issue 7 is available now on loremnotipsum.com and features Biscuit, Colin Self, Michel Gaubert, Budino, Andras, Eric Duncan, Weyes Blood, The Juan MacLean, Roza Terenzi, and the visual feature “Miró & Music”.

Record Culture is a bi-annual publication from New York City that focuses on niche music communities around the world and their intersection with the worlds of art, fashion and culture. Led by in-depth interviews, image portfolios and photography that gives a unique view into homes and studio spaces. Contributors are: Paul Barbera • Pierre-Ange Carlotti • Megan Cullen • Pedro Díaz • Emma Le Doyen • Jacob Lewis Ferguson • Sam Fitzgerald • Albrecht Fuchs • Glen Goetze • Ollie Grove • Eri Harada • Kiloran Hiscock • Louis Horne • Jean Jullien • Rasa Juskeviciute • Amarpaul Kalirai • Yumi Kayayan • Fred Lahache • Bastien Lattanzio • Benjamin Leclerc • Alex Lee • David Lekach • Heather Lighton • John Londono • Raphaël Le Manchec • Stefan Marx • Ilya Milstein • Kento Mori • Hayley Morgan • Arthur Naulot • Sam Nichols • Piotr Niepsuj • Nathan Perkel • Benjamin Marius Petit • Maciek Pozoga • Anna Rose • Enda Rowan • Claudio Santoro • Andrea Servert Alonso-Misol • Thora Siemsen • Amber Sterling • Dennis Swiatkowski • Bruce Tantum • Steve Terry • Jamie Tiller • Kingston Trinder • Vivek Vadoliya • Callum Vass • Matt Werth • Drew Wheeler • Elise Wilken

Details: Record Culture – Issue 7

208 pages / Size: 6 x 9 inch / Binding: Perfect bound, Soft Cover

Issue 7 supplement

Playing To The Gods
A visual exploration of Bali’s gamelan culture
Photography by Nathan Perkel

68 pages, Saddle stitch, Softcover

Article No. bfrecordcult0007 Published by Record Culture Manufactured in USA Available in English Tag Reading situation Beach · Coffee Shop · Travelling Weight 900 g Dimensions 27 × 23 × 2 cm
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