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Analog and Digital: competing or boosting each other?

Analog and Digital: competing or boosting each other?

art, culture, Design, Entertainment, Exhibition
In recent years, there has been a trend showing young people shifting back to analog. Some claim it’s just about fashion, others see it as timely. One way or another, vintage clothing and analog cameras are being dusted off, and vinyl records are competing against CDs. It may well be about the pleasure of possessing physical objects. Try to hold a vinyl or a film camera in your hands. The way they are accurately designed, they’re not just meant to be used, it seems like they’re meant to be watched and appreciated. It could also be about the mechanic. The simple, understandable process of how a photograph is taken, of how the record player produces sound from a vinyl. Whether you like it or not, the change is happening. It looks like the ongoing craze for the latest tech product
Desert Mountain Tribe to release “Om Parvat Mystery”

Desert Mountain Tribe to release “Om Parvat Mystery”

Entertainment, Music
Desert Mountain Tribe will launch their second album on 1st June with a launch event at The Lexington, London on 30th May.    Recorded in London and The Faroe Islands, ‘Om Parvat Mystery’ is co-produced by the band with James Aparicio (Spiritualized, Mogwai, Depeche Mode, Nick Cave) featuring guest vocals on two tracks Himalaya’ and ‘Chemical Genius’’ from Najma Akhtar, (Page & Plant/ Jah Wobble) Formed in 2012, Jonty Balls (Vocals/Guitar) /Philipp Jahn (Bass) & Frank Van Der Ploeg (Drums) released their debut album, ‘Either That Or The Moon’, in the spring of 2016 to positive reviews from UK publications such as Louder Than War, Upset and The Arts Desk. The band spent much of 2017 on the road, including tours of both North America and mainland Europe, ending the year with th
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