Kodak Brownie f/2.3 Movie Camera
WAIKIKI RECORD & 15min records have teamed up for this split single!
Such music is held in a psychedelic and beautiful lo-fi pop culture.
Like This Parade/Okane Monster - Where will you be tomorrow e.p
Naim June Paik, Zen for Film, 1964.
Gorgeous and almost entirely monotone Parisian apartment belonging to fashion mogul Karl Lagerfeld is highlighted in the latest issue of High Snobiety.
The first image in Jean-Luc Godard’s Alphaville/The Strange Adventure of Lemmy Caution (1965) is a close-up of a varying-in-tempo flickering circular strobe light surrounded in darkness. The varied tempo is important because a constant one would reinforce an eternal present, which is the goal of the computer Alpha60 who despotically rules the residents of Alphaville, divorcing them from past, future, memory, and the humanity these states describe. A varied tempo implies change, unpredictability, and chance, the human attributes Alpha60 works to eradicate.
RCA Victor, Living Stereo, “What is Stereophonic Sound?”, 1958. Taken from Living Stereo inner sleeve.