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August 1. Various, Sky Girl – Compiled by DJ Sundae and Julien Dechery (Efficient Space, 2016) 2. Tomorrow the Rain Will Fall Upwards, Wreck His Days (Blackest Ever Black, 2016) 3. The Kinks, Face to Face (Pye Records, 1966) 4. The American Friend, dir. Wim Wenders (1977) 5. Mr. Robot, dir. Sam Esmail (2016) 6. [...]

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Recommended Reading

Dan Piepenbring, Working on my Novel (Paris Review) Marc Masters & Grayson Currin, 200 Words: Thought Broadcast (The Out Door) Matt Phillips, The Family Dollar deal embodies everything wrong with American capitalism (Quartz) Jeanne Marie Laskas, The New Face of Richard Norris (GQ) David Bryne, Peter Schwartz, Gaza and the Loss of Civilization (David Bryne)

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Pierre Alexandre De Looz, From Vogue to nest: 032c activates the secret history of CY TWOMBLY by HORST P. HORST (032c) Keith Murphy, ‘Purple Rain’ Turns 30: Prince’s Engineer Shares Majestic (And Maddening) Studio Stories (Vibe) Ben Beaumont-Thomas, Morphosis’s favourite tracks (The Guardian) Tanvi Misra, How Turbans Helped Some Blacks Go Incognito In The Jim [...]

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Recommended Reading

Tom Junod, The State of the American Dog (Esquire) Derek, Where to Buy Good Pants (PTO) Matthew Kent, Actualise The Minimalism: An Interview With Thought Broadcast (The Quietus) Hilton Als, Ghosts in the Sunlight (New York Review of Books) Ariella Budick, James Lee Byars: 1/2 an Autobiography, MoMA PS1, New York – Review (ft.com)

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Dash Shaw’s new works

Dash Shaw’s 3 New Stories on an iPad and New School. How many times have my arms opened the enormous pages of Dash Shaw’s New School? How often have I lugged around the heavy publication on my shoulders? Why am I talking like a soothsayer? How often do I dig into a jar of nutty [...]

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FIRE AND FORGET: SHORT STORIES FROM THE LONG WAR

Once I met a veteran working as a TSA agent at the airport. He was wearing a metallic bracelet with a series of codes, metal marks, or symbols. I asked him what it was. He said, “My buddies in the army”. I said that was awesome. He looked at me hard, dumbfounded and pissed off. [...]

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