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The Culture This Week: Richie Hawtin on technology, Art Basel and the future of electronic music; the BlackBook Interview with Island Records legend Chris Blackwell; Diane Von Furstenberg designs the Claridge's Christmas Tree; the stunning new Charlotte Gainsbourg single; Prada Mode Miami at Art Basel; hot holiday cocktails; must see film: Mary Queen of Scots. BlackBook Interview: Richie Hawtin on Technology, Art Basel and the Future of Electronic Music Still impressively youthful, energetic and excitable, Richie Hawtin has been making groundbreaking music since 1993, mostly under the Plastikman nom de guerre. Indeed, his austere, minimalist, but unfailingly visceral compositions helped to define a new generation of electronic music experimentalists - his visionary sonics often inspired by the works of notable contemporary artists...including Anish Kapoor and Andreas Gursky. He also soundtracked Raf Simons' first runway show for Calvin Klein in 2017. 25 years on, the British-born, Canadian Renaissance Man now epitomizes the ideological opposition to all that mercenary EDM dreck being churned out for maximum festival profit making. Read More... The BlackList BlackBook Interview: Island Records Legend Chris Blackwell on U2, Jamaica and Making Really Good Rum Read more... Image by Amy Troost Listen: Stunning New Charlotte Gainsbourg Single + Video 'Such a Remarkable Day' Read more... BlackBook Exclusive: Holiday Cocktails Good Enough to Drag You Away From Your Netflix Binging Read more... Diane Von Furstenberg Designs This Year's Claridge's Christmas Tree Read more... Report From Art Basel: 'Prada Mode Miami' Takes Over The Freehand Read More... BlackBook Film Recommend, Mary Queen of Scots, in Theaters December 7 Saorise Ronin stars as the fearsome Mary Queen of Scots, who spent years in defiance of the perhaps even fiercer Queen Elizabeth I (played here by Margot Robbie). The cousins vie for supremacy across the landscapes of England and Scotland, with varying degrees of respect, bitterness and suspicion. Stunningly filmed by director Josie Rourke. Copyright © 2018 BlackBook, All rights reserved. You are receiving this email because you opted into Blackbook - Look Listen Live.... and we're BACK! Our mailing address is: 20 John Street Brooklyn NY 11201 BlackBook 32 Union Square E 4th Fl New York, NY 10003 Add us to your address book unsubscribe from this list update subscription preferences

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The Culture This Week: Richie Hawtin on technology, Art Basel and the future of electronic music; the BlackBook Interview with Island Records legend Chris Blackwell; Diane Von Furstenberg designs the Claridge's Christmas Tree; the stunning new Charlotte Gainsbourg single; Prada Mode Miami at Art Basel; hot holiday cocktails; must see film: Mary Queen of Scots.

 
 

BlackBook Interview: Richie Hawtin on Technology, Art Basel and the Future of Electronic Music

 

Still impressively youthful, energetic and excitable, Richie Hawtin has been making groundbreaking music since 1993, mostly under the Plastikman nom de guerre. Indeed, his austere, minimalist, but unfailingly visceral compositions helped to define a new generation of electronic music experimentalists - his visionary sonics often inspired by the works of notable contemporary artists...including Anish Kapoor and Andreas Gursky.

He also soundtracked Raf Simons' first runway show for Calvin Klein in 2017.

25 years on, the British-born, Canadian Renaissance Man now epitomizes the ideological opposition to all that mercenary EDM dreck being churned out for maximum festival profit making.




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Mary Queen of Scotsin Theaters December 7


Saorise Ronin stars as the fearsome Mary Queen of Scots, who spent years in defiance of the perhaps even fiercer Queen Elizabeth I (played here by Margot Robbie). The cousins vie for supremacy across the landscapes of England and Scotland, with varying degrees of respect, bitterness and suspicion. Stunningly filmed by director Josie Rourke. 
 

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