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Psyched to partner up with Berlin Community Radio on their Welcome to Berlin series of shows focusing on an in-depth encounter with a varied selection of Berlin based artists. 
The series kicks off today at 13.00 Berlin time with Black Cracker. Tune in at Berlin Community Radio
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Record Store Day - April 19, 2014 - London
If Music, one of London’s finest vinyl purveyors, has put together a stellar line up of unplugged performances to celebrate Record Store Day on Saturday. We’re big fans of Iñigo Ugarteburu, Andrew Ashong and Jessica Lauren so you’ll surely find us down there at some point that day.
Bonus? Marc Mac signing copies of his RSD 7˝ inside the shop.
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Identities We Love #1
Public Possession is a record shop and label out of Munich, Germany. While we caught up with the guys behind it, Marvin & Valentino, a while back at colectivo futuro, we felt compelled to do another short feature about their visual identity. From its inception, it was clear that Public Possession had a clearly defined styled they wanted to convey through their visual offerings.
Their in-house designed flyers and promotional materials might initially seem quite simple, but their quirkiness and sense of humor is something that really stands out for us. Usually hand-written or photocopied, the PP materials manage to convey a playful yet consistent way of doing things.
While Marvin & Valentino take care of most of the shop’s printed matter, often times with the help of local artist PAZE; on the label side, PP has so far collaborated with underground and cult artists such as Misha Hollenbach of P.A.M fame and Benjamin Roeder.
PP’s latest visual endeavor has been the launch of the PP Zine, available at their shop and at select events. In the future, a special edition zine will be published in collaboration with Innen Zines.
For now, we leave you with a quote from the zine’s 1st edition which clearly defines the organisation’s ethos.
"The relationship between music, drawings, text and happenings all revolve around a center. That center not being something particular, like a certain goal we set for ourselves, but rather a loose idea of what we gradually wanna create. We see this as a process that is no to come to an end anytime soon and the process being the actual aim if there is one to name. The fun of creation, let it be a sticker, a handout/flyer, the next vinyl release or this zine is what defines the contribution of the PP organisation.”
Identities We Love #1
Public Possession is a record shop and label out of Munich, Germany. While we caught up with the guys behind it, Marvin & Valentino, a while back at colectivo futuro, we felt compelled to do another short feature about their visual identity. From its inception, it was clear that Public Possession had a clearly defined styled they wanted to convey through their visual offerings.
Their in-house designed flyers and promotional materials might initially seem quite simple, but their quirkiness and sense of humor is something that really stands out for us. Usually hand-written or photocopied, the PP materials manage to convey a playful yet consistent way of doing things.
While Marvin & Valentino take care of most of the shop’s printed matter, often times with the help of local artist PAZE; on the label side, PP has so far collaborated with underground and cult artists such as Misha Hollenbach of P.A.M fame and Benjamin Roeder.
PP’s latest visual endeavor has been the launch of the PP Zine, available at their shop and at select events. In the future, a special edition zine will be published in collaboration with Innen Zines.
For now, we leave you with a quote from the zine’s 1st edition which clearly defines the organisation’s ethos.
"The relationship between music, drawings, text and happenings all revolve around a center. That center not being something particular, like a certain goal we set for ourselves, but rather a loose idea of what we gradually wanna create. We see this as a process that is no to come to an end anytime soon and the process being the actual aim if there is one to name. The fun of creation, let it be a sticker, a handout/flyer, the next vinyl release or this zine is what defines the contribution of the PP organisation.”
Identities We Love #1
Public Possession is a record shop and label out of Munich, Germany. While we caught up with the guys behind it, Marvin & Valentino, a while back at colectivo futuro, we felt compelled to do another short feature about their visual identity. From its inception, it was clear that Public Possession had a clearly defined styled they wanted to convey through their visual offerings.
Their in-house designed flyers and promotional materials might initially seem quite simple, but their quirkiness and sense of humor is something that really stands out for us. Usually hand-written or photocopied, the PP materials manage to convey a playful yet consistent way of doing things.
While Marvin & Valentino take care of most of the shop’s printed matter, often times with the help of local artist PAZE; on the label side, PP has so far collaborated with underground and cult artists such as Misha Hollenbach of P.A.M fame and Benjamin Roeder.
PP’s latest visual endeavor has been the launch of the PP Zine, available at their shop and at select events. In the future, a special edition zine will be published in collaboration with Innen Zines.
For now, we leave you with a quote from the zine’s 1st edition which clearly defines the organisation’s ethos.
"The relationship between music, drawings, text and happenings all revolve around a center. That center not being something particular, like a certain goal we set for ourselves, but rather a loose idea of what we gradually wanna create. We see this as a process that is no to come to an end anytime soon and the process being the actual aim if there is one to name. The fun of creation, let it be a sticker, a handout/flyer, the next vinyl release or this zine is what defines the contribution of the PP organisation.”
Identities We Love #1
Public Possession is a record shop and label out of Munich, Germany. While we caught up with the guys behind it, Marvin & Valentino, a while back at colectivo futuro, we felt compelled to do another short feature about their visual identity. From its inception, it was clear that Public Possession had a clearly defined styled they wanted to convey through their visual offerings.
Their in-house designed flyers and promotional materials might initially seem quite simple, but their quirkiness and sense of humor is something that really stands out for us. Usually hand-written or photocopied, the PP materials manage to convey a playful yet consistent way of doing things.
While Marvin & Valentino take care of most of the shop’s printed matter, often times with the help of local artist PAZE; on the label side, PP has so far collaborated with underground and cult artists such as Misha Hollenbach of P.A.M fame and Benjamin Roeder.
PP’s latest visual endeavor has been the launch of the PP Zine, available at their shop and at select events. In the future, a special edition zine will be published in collaboration with Innen Zines.
For now, we leave you with a quote from the zine’s 1st edition which clearly defines the organisation’s ethos.
"The relationship between music, drawings, text and happenings all revolve around a center. That center not being something particular, like a certain goal we set for ourselves, but rather a loose idea of what we gradually wanna create. We see this as a process that is no to come to an end anytime soon and the process being the actual aim if there is one to name. The fun of creation, let it be a sticker, a handout/flyer, the next vinyl release or this zine is what defines the contribution of the PP organisation.”
Identities We Love #1
Public Possession is a record shop and label out of Munich, Germany. While we caught up with the guys behind it, Marvin & Valentino, a while back at colectivo futuro, we felt compelled to do another short feature about their visual identity. From its inception, it was clear that Public Possession had a clearly defined styled they wanted to convey through their visual offerings.
Their in-house designed flyers and promotional materials might initially seem quite simple, but their quirkiness and sense of humor is something that really stands out for us. Usually hand-written or photocopied, the PP materials manage to convey a playful yet consistent way of doing things.
While Marvin & Valentino take care of most of the shop’s printed matter, often times with the help of local artist PAZE; on the label side, PP has so far collaborated with underground and cult artists such as Misha Hollenbach of P.A.M fame and Benjamin Roeder.
PP’s latest visual endeavor has been the launch of the PP Zine, available at their shop and at select events. In the future, a special edition zine will be published in collaboration with Innen Zines.
For now, we leave you with a quote from the zine’s 1st edition which clearly defines the organisation’s ethos.
"The relationship between music, drawings, text and happenings all revolve around a center. That center not being something particular, like a certain goal we set for ourselves, but rather a loose idea of what we gradually wanna create. We see this as a process that is no to come to an end anytime soon and the process being the actual aim if there is one to name. The fun of creation, let it be a sticker, a handout/flyer, the next vinyl release or this zine is what defines the contribution of the PP organisation.”
Identities We Love #1
Public Possession is a record shop and label out of Munich, Germany. While we caught up with the guys behind it, Marvin & Valentino, a while back at colectivo futuro, we felt compelled to do another short feature about their visual identity. From its inception, it was clear that Public Possession had a clearly defined styled they wanted to convey through their visual offerings.
Their in-house designed flyers and promotional materials might initially seem quite simple, but their quirkiness and sense of humor is something that really stands out for us. Usually hand-written or photocopied, the PP materials manage to convey a playful yet consistent way of doing things.
While Marvin & Valentino take care of most of the shop’s printed matter, often times with the help of local artist PAZE; on the label side, PP has so far collaborated with underground and cult artists such as Misha Hollenbach of P.A.M fame and Benjamin Roeder.
PP’s latest visual endeavor has been the launch of the PP Zine, available at their shop and at select events. In the future, a special edition zine will be published in collaboration with Innen Zines.
For now, we leave you with a quote from the zine’s 1st edition which clearly defines the organisation’s ethos.
"The relationship between music, drawings, text and happenings all revolve around a center. That center not being something particular, like a certain goal we set for ourselves, but rather a loose idea of what we gradually wanna create. We see this as a process that is no to come to an end anytime soon and the process being the actual aim if there is one to name. The fun of creation, let it be a sticker, a handout/flyer, the next vinyl release or this zine is what defines the contribution of the PP organisation.”
Identities We Love #1
Public Possession is a record shop and label out of Munich, Germany. While we caught up with the guys behind it, Marvin & Valentino, a while back at colectivo futuro, we felt compelled to do another short feature about their visual identity. From its inception, it was clear that Public Possession had a clearly defined styled they wanted to convey through their visual offerings.
Their in-house designed flyers and promotional materials might initially seem quite simple, but their quirkiness and sense of humor is something that really stands out for us. Usually hand-written or photocopied, the PP materials manage to convey a playful yet consistent way of doing things.
While Marvin & Valentino take care of most of the shop’s printed matter, often times with the help of local artist PAZE; on the label side, PP has so far collaborated with underground and cult artists such as Misha Hollenbach of P.A.M fame and Benjamin Roeder.
PP’s latest visual endeavor has been the launch of the PP Zine, available at their shop and at select events. In the future, a special edition zine will be published in collaboration with Innen Zines.
For now, we leave you with a quote from the zine’s 1st edition which clearly defines the organisation’s ethos.
"The relationship between music, drawings, text and happenings all revolve around a center. That center not being something particular, like a certain goal we set for ourselves, but rather a loose idea of what we gradually wanna create. We see this as a process that is no to come to an end anytime soon and the process being the actual aim if there is one to name. The fun of creation, let it be a sticker, a handout/flyer, the next vinyl release or this zine is what defines the contribution of the PP organisation.”
Identities We Love #1
Public Possession is a record shop and label out of Munich, Germany. While we caught up with the guys behind it, Marvin & Valentino, a while back at colectivo futuro, we felt compelled to do another short feature about their visual identity. From its inception, it was clear that Public Possession had a clearly defined styled they wanted to convey through their visual offerings.
Their in-house designed flyers and promotional materials might initially seem quite simple, but their quirkiness and sense of humor is something that really stands out for us. Usually hand-written or photocopied, the PP materials manage to convey a playful yet consistent way of doing things.
While Marvin & Valentino take care of most of the shop’s printed matter, often times with the help of local artist PAZE; on the label side, PP has so far collaborated with underground and cult artists such as Misha Hollenbach of P.A.M fame and Benjamin Roeder.
PP’s latest visual endeavor has been the launch of the PP Zine, available at their shop and at select events. In the future, a special edition zine will be published in collaboration with Innen Zines.
For now, we leave you with a quote from the zine’s 1st edition which clearly defines the organisation’s ethos.
"The relationship between music, drawings, text and happenings all revolve around a center. That center not being something particular, like a certain goal we set for ourselves, but rather a loose idea of what we gradually wanna create. We see this as a process that is no to come to an end anytime soon and the process being the actual aim if there is one to name. The fun of creation, let it be a sticker, a handout/flyer, the next vinyl release or this zine is what defines the contribution of the PP organisation.”
Identities We Love #1
Public Possession is a record shop and label out of Munich, Germany. While we caught up with the guys behind it, Marvin & Valentino, a while back at colectivo futuro, we felt compelled to do another short feature about their visual identity. From its inception, it was clear that Public Possession had a clearly defined styled they wanted to convey through their visual offerings.
Their in-house designed flyers and promotional materials might initially seem quite simple, but their quirkiness and sense of humor is something that really stands out for us. Usually hand-written or photocopied, the PP materials manage to convey a playful yet consistent way of doing things.
While Marvin & Valentino take care of most of the shop’s printed matter, often times with the help of local artist PAZE; on the label side, PP has so far collaborated with underground and cult artists such as Misha Hollenbach of P.A.M fame and Benjamin Roeder.
PP’s latest visual endeavor has been the launch of the PP Zine, available at their shop and at select events. In the future, a special edition zine will be published in collaboration with Innen Zines.
For now, we leave you with a quote from the zine’s 1st edition which clearly defines the organisation’s ethos.
"The relationship between music, drawings, text and happenings all revolve around a center. That center not being something particular, like a certain goal we set for ourselves, but rather a loose idea of what we gradually wanna create. We see this as a process that is no to come to an end anytime soon and the process being the actual aim if there is one to name. The fun of creation, let it be a sticker, a handout/flyer, the next vinyl release or this zine is what defines the contribution of the PP organisation.”
Identities We Love #1
Public Possession is a record shop and label out of Munich, Germany. While we caught up with the guys behind it, Marvin & Valentino, a while back at colectivo futuro, we felt compelled to do another short feature about their visual identity. From its inception, it was clear that Public Possession had a clearly defined styled they wanted to convey through their visual offerings.
Their in-house designed flyers and promotional materials might initially seem quite simple, but their quirkiness and sense of humor is something that really stands out for us. Usually hand-written or photocopied, the PP materials manage to convey a playful yet consistent way of doing things.
While Marvin & Valentino take care of most of the shop’s printed matter, often times with the help of local artist PAZE; on the label side, PP has so far collaborated with underground and cult artists such as Misha Hollenbach of P.A.M fame and Benjamin Roeder.
PP’s latest visual endeavor has been the launch of the PP Zine, available at their shop and at select events. In the future, a special edition zine will be published in collaboration with Innen Zines.
For now, we leave you with a quote from the zine’s 1st edition which clearly defines the organisation’s ethos.
"The relationship between music, drawings, text and happenings all revolve around a center. That center not being something particular, like a certain goal we set for ourselves, but rather a loose idea of what we gradually wanna create. We see this as a process that is no to come to an end anytime soon and the process being the actual aim if there is one to name. The fun of creation, let it be a sticker, a handout/flyer, the next vinyl release or this zine is what defines the contribution of the PP organisation.”
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We’ve been naggin’ Oliver Brunetti, one of our resident DJs, about doing a mix for our futurecast series for quite some time now. His record collection is deep and his record bag always weighs a ton. But a close friend of his has been waiting even longer: 6 years ago he promised her a Roy Ayers mix when she said she wanted more Roy in her life. A recently fixed turntable sparked the inspiration to finally deliver that mix, but with so many classics and personal favorites to choose from, he’s had to split the task into two parts. Here we have the first of Oliver’s Roy Ayers mixes, heavy on the slow jams that Roy had locked down just as firmly as the faster boogie and disco. The classic Ubiquity era features heavily here, and there are a few productions for other artists, such as RAMP and artists on his own Uno Melodic record label. Is there a more fitting soundtrack for the start of summer?
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