TISSUE Magazine Mixtape 60
Impressioni dal BAR JOY
by Rupert Marnie
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Natascha P. presents her new video for „Asphalt“ together with a comment by writer Enis Maci.
Asphalt was shot by Levente Pavelka and edited by Natascha P. herself. As part of the Hamburg based music collective „one mother” she will release her new collaborative mixtape „match made in heaven“ together with the RnB singer Preach in September 2018.
Enis Maci writes essays and plays. She is the author of the forthcoming essay collection Eiscafé Europa (Edition Suhrkamp) and wrote a comment on „Asphalt“.
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Music becomes more and more important on TISSUE Magazine. So listen here to Blender’s new mix for Berlin’s event series Dreams of Neon. Follow their soundcloud account: https://soundcloud.com/dreams-of-neon
Blender, formerly known as DJ Clap – “is the musical director for Hamburg’s own TISSUE Magazine, which combines dedicated monthly digital mixtapes with editorial design from within the magazine’s circle.” Bam!
Please get to know more about Preach, Natascha P. and S.G.E from One Mother the next months on tissuemagazine.com
After all that teasing and the premiere on Sunday it’s here:
45 minutes of exclusive music production by the wizard Rupert Marnie. All inspired by a tacky bar in South Italia, his love for coffee and all food italian as well as his new crush: the vibra slap! Enjoy the life.
Special thanks to amazon, Ferrero and google for supporting us with photo footage – you rock!
45 minutes of exclusive music production by Rupert Marnie of The Press Group. Now available as stream: https://soundcloud.com/tissue-magazine/mixtape-60-by-rupert-marnie
(photography: Nina Mair)
Editor-in-chief‘s confession – our pleasure: Uwes Kiosk turned international. You‘ll still find all rare TISSUE Magazine back issues, merch and other printed goods in his kiosk-international formerly known as store-tissuemagazine-com / one love one mother
We proudly introduce you to Hippolyte Moulun and his series Fugue. Taken in Berlin over a period of six months, the images depict his new-found instinctive approach to photography. All of them will be released as a book sometime this year.
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