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MOMENTS | Producer Columbus “Rahki” Smith x Kendrick Lamar “i”
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2. "Me and Kendrick talk about mistakes and being human beings. We wanted to keep the human part in the music." — Rahki
 Read The FADER’s interview with Minneapolis producer Columbus “Rahki” Smith. Rahki produced “i”, the lead single from Kendrick Lamar’s not-yet-titled upcoming album. 
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MOMENTS | Producer Columbus “Rahki” Smith x Kendrick Lamar “i”

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2. "Me and Kendrick talk about mistakes and being human beings. We wanted to keep the human part in the music." — Rahki

 Read The FADER’s interview with Minneapolis producer Columbus “Rahki” Smith. Rahki produced “i”, the lead single from Kendrick Lamar’s not-yet-titled upcoming album.

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MOMENTS | 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair x Marcia Kure Collages
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1.  “1:54 aims to rebalance the visibility of African artists within international exhibitions, collections and fairs,” says 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair founder Touria El Glaoui. 
The 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair boasts established artists as well as up-and-comers like Nigerian artist Marcia Kure. Kure’s art watercolors and collages explore womanhood, race and belonging.
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MOMENTS | 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair x Marcia Kure Collages

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1.  “1:54 aims to rebalance the visibility of African artists within international exhibitions, collections and fairs,” says 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair founder Touria El Glaoui.

The 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair boasts established artists as well as up-and-comers like Nigerian artist Marcia Kure. Kure’s art watercolors and collages explore womanhood, race and belonging.

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MOMENTS | Artist Anthony Howe’s New Wind-Powered Kinetic Sculptures 
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5. Kinetic sculptor Anthony Howe is back with new wind-powered kinetic sculptures. The artist uses specialized software to digitally mockup each piece before creating the metal components.
The slightest breeze sets the alien-like kinetic sculptures into a pulsating array of motion. Check out the rest of Howe’s work via his YouTube channel. 
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MOMENTS | Artist Anthony Howe’s New Wind-Powered Kinetic Sculptures 

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5. Kinetic sculptor Anthony Howe is back with new wind-powered kinetic sculptures. The artist uses specialized software to digitally mockup each piece before creating the metal components.

The slightest breeze sets the alien-like kinetic sculptures into a pulsating array of motion. Check out the rest of Howe’s work via his YouTube channel.

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MOMENTS | James Blake Shares New Track “Building It Still”
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4. James Blake has been killin’ it with the new releases. Listen to his new song “Building It Still”. This most recent offering is “a grainy, deconstructed piano-and-bass piece with dreamy Blakean vocal snatches”.
The brilliant electronic artist has been releasing new songs via his BBC Radio 1 residency. We can’t wait till he drops his next album. 
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MOMENTS | James Blake Shares New Track “Building It Still”

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4. James Blake has been killin’ it with the new releases. Listen to his new song “Building It Still”. This most recent offering is “a grainy, deconstructed piano-and-bass piece with dreamy Blakean vocal snatches”.

The brilliant electronic artist has been releasing new songs via his BBC Radio 1 residency. We can’t wait till he drops his next album.

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MOMENTS | Legendary Photographer Pioneer Anton Perich
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3. "Reality is not what photography is about – it is an abstract world based on the seductive and the fantastic" — Anton Perich
#FBF. Read this interview with Croatia-born Anton Perich. The legendary photographer built the revolutionary electronic painting machine and helped launch the digital photography movement. 
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MOMENTS | Legendary Photographer Pioneer Anton Perich

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3. "Reality is not what photography is about – it is an abstract world based on the seductive and the fantastic" — Anton Perich

#FBF. Read this interview with Croatia-born Anton Perich. The legendary photographer built the revolutionary electronic painting machine and helped launch the digital photography movement.

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MOMENTS | The Range Remixes How to Dress Well’s “Words I Don’t Remember”
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2. Listen to The Range’s remix of indie R&B artist How to Dress Well's “Words I Don't Remember”. The remix is one of several tracks from How to Dress Well's upcoming remix EP "What Is This Heart?". The EP will be realeased digitally on October 27 through Weird World.
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MOMENTS | The Range Remixes How to Dress Well’s “Words I Don’t Remember”

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2. Listen to The Range’s remix of indie R&B artist How to Dress Well's “Words I Don't Remember”. The remix is one of several tracks from How to Dress Well's upcoming remix EP "What Is This Heart?". The EP will be realeased digitally on October 27 through Weird World.

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MOMENTS | Artist Roopa Vasudevan Turns Rap Lyrics Into 3D-Printed Grillz
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1. Roopa Vasudevan is a multidisciplinary NYC-based artist whose latest series uses rap lyrics to determine the shape of 3D-printed gold ‘grillz’.  Vasudevan used algorithmic analysis to score the polarity between the mentions of extreme poverty and excessive wealth.
In Vasudevan’s description of her project, she noted that lyrical "mentions in each category are scored according to relative distance from words of the opposite polarity, and the resulting landscape formed is extruded into a 3D shape and printed as wearable grills."
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MOMENTS | Artist Roopa Vasudevan Turns Rap Lyrics Into 3D-Printed Grillz

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1. Roopa Vasudevan is a multidisciplinary NYC-based artist whose latest series uses rap lyrics to determine the shape of 3D-printed gold ‘grillz’.  Vasudevan used algorithmic analysis to score the polarity between the mentions of extreme poverty and excessive wealth.

In Vasudevan’s description of her project, she noted that lyrical "mentions in each category are scored according to relative distance from words of the opposite polarity, and the resulting landscape formed is extruded into a 3D shape and printed as wearable grills."

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MOMENTS | Hairstylist Julien d’Ys x Comme des Garçons Sketchbook
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3. Mad talented hair genius Julien d’Ys has been crafting macabre looks for Comme des Garçons show for over fifteen years. From candy-floss perms to neon skullcaps, his work has always artfully blended elements of sci-fi, fantasy and history.
Check out AnOther Magazine’s look at Julien d’Ys’s illustrative sketchbook for the Comme des Garçons S/S15 show. 
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MOMENTS | Hairstylist Julien d’Ys x Comme des Garçons Sketchbook

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3. Mad talented hair genius Julien d’Ys has been crafting macabre looks for Comme des Garçons show for over fifteen years. From candy-floss perms to neon skullcaps, his work has always artfully blended elements of sci-fi, fantasy and history.

Check out AnOther Magazine’s look at Julien d’Ys’s illustrative sketchbook for the Comme des Garçons S/S15 show.

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MOMENTS | Frieze London: Can’t Take My Eyes Off You by Gabriele De Santis
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2. In London and going to the Frieze Art Fair? You should definitely check out Gabriele De Santis’s Can’t Take My Eyes Off You. De Santis made these cocktail-drinking emojis with light boxes, and we can’t help but love the playful and so very Internet nature of this installation.
And if you’re feeling lazy, GQ and Complex have lists of Frieze London’s must-see shows.
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MOMENTS | Frieze London: Can’t Take My Eyes Off You by Gabriele De Santis

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2. In London and going to the Frieze Art Fair? You should definitely check out Gabriele De Santis’s Can’t Take My Eyes Off You. De Santis made these cocktail-drinking emojis with light boxes, and we can’t help but love the playful and so very Internet nature of this installation.

And if you’re feeling lazy, GQ and Complex have lists of Frieze London’s must-see shows.

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MOMENTS | Schoolboy Q and Rick Ross Remix The Weeknd’s “Often”

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1. The Weeknd’s “Often” has already been remixed quite a few times. This latest remix features Schoolboy Q and Rick Ross.
Abel Tesfaye always has some really on point sampling, and we especially love that “Often” samples old Turkish song “Ben Sana Vurgunum” by Nükhet Duru. 
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MOMENTS | Schoolboy Q and Rick Ross Remix The Weeknd’s “Often”

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1. The Weeknd’s “Often” has already been remixed quite a few times. This latest remix features Schoolboy Q and Rick Ross.

Abel Tesfaye always has some really on point sampling, and we especially love that “Often” samples old Turkish song “Ben Sana Vurgunum” by Nükhet Duru.

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