From Men's to Women's to tech, TAVIK made headlines. Check out this weeks Press Recap below.
TAVIK SAILOR One-Piece and NANCY Top with JAX Bottom featured in the Surfing Magazine Swimsuit Issue
It is hard to put into perspective the vast amount of influence Kraftwerk has had on a variety of genres, forever changing the way we look at synthesized music. While they found their beginnings in a more typical instrumentation, they gradually evolved into the more robotic, minimal, and synthetic Kraftwerk we know today. Listen to “Taschenrechner” (Pocket Calculator), the first single off of their 1981 album, Computer World.
On the northwest slope overlooking a panoramic view of Whistler valley in British Columbia sits The Hadaway House. Challenged by the town’s incredibly strict building guidelines, Patkau Architects remained intent on designing a house that was truly one-of-a-kind. Founder John Patkau describes their finished masterpiece as “a spaceship in the middle of log cabins.”
We'll be out and about, so come have some fun with us. With four different Modern Beach parties throughout the Spring, you have no excuse not to come out and get suited up for Summer. We're celebrating the warmer weather and extra daylight with four trunk shows in Southern California. Enjoy good vibes, food and drinks while you score on the essentials that your wardrobe is missing. So, grab your planner (or your phone) and add these dates to your calendar.
Arp is the solo project of Alexis Georgopoulos, and while not widely known, he utilizes a similar approach to the more textured synth-pioneers of the 60’s and 70’s (Cluster, Tangerine Dream, Brian Eno). Each song is presented as a sort of meditation, focusing heavily on each individual rhythm, melody, tone, and presence with high regard for their subsequent interaction. Listen to Brian Eno’s “Another Green World” (1975), as well as Arp’s “From a Balcony Overlooking the Sea” (2010).