Burning Man has revealed the topic for its 2021 edition, in spite of continuous uncertainty about if the social event will happen this year.
The Burning Man Journal prior reported the current year's topic: Terra Incógnita, which means signify "unknown land". The occasion's coordinators have now chosen to change the subject's title, subsequent to "discovering that the expression has a pilgrim history, and it reflected back some of own understood inclinations and default viewpoints."
In January this year, Burning Man's coordinators said it is "difficult to say at the present time" if the lead celebration would go on this year.
According to The Burning Man Journal
"While we are still unsure if we’ll be able to build Black Rock City this year, we ARE happy to announce a theme for the entire Burning Man community — no matter what, our culture will continue to prosper out in the world in magnificent ways. "
"This year’s Burning Man theme is an invitation to emerge from our collective isolation, to explore the unfamiliar contours of a changed world, and to reimagine ourselves, our community, and our culture in ways that might not have been possible before this period of plague and pause. After a long year adrift in the Multiverse, beset by angst and uncertainty, it’s time to climb up out of our escape pods and look outside to see where we’ve landed.
After a year without Black Rock City we’re all longing to reconnect – for a going home after all that staying home. Yet our enforced apartness has also served as a powerful reminder that the idea of home is just that – an idea – and not a particular place.
Quarantine has led us to rethink the very meaning of place, and rid us of certain illusions about it – like the notion that our city was always there somehow, always a certain way, which was never true at all. It was always a figment of our collective imaginations, and fundamentally different each and every year.
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Richy Ahmed & wAFF and people was wearing pyjamas. The videos immediately went viral on various social media channels. In the first video we see people wearing pajamas while the dj was playing the classic Big Fun - Inner City. You can watch the scenes below.
From his roots in the clubland underground of Leeds and Hull, DJ-producer wAFF has gone on to become globally renowned. He has earnt widespread respect. His schedule is relentless but he doesn’t cut corners. He’s the only British artist who’s recorded for all three European techno hubs, Sven Väth’s Cocoon, Adam Beyer’s Drumcode and Loco Dice’s Desolat.
He approaches music with unstoppable enthusiasm and attention to detail. This summer, for instance, his Ibiza gigs range from his residency at Paradise at DC-10 to Elrow at Amnesia (and the rest of the world!). He’s DJing everywhere, from recent Space in Miami to festival slots at Glastonbury, Hideout, Sziget and, yes, the original Nevada Desert madhouse, Burning Man.
Originating from South Shields in the North East on England, Richy has drawn on his wide experience to build a career with genuine long-term integrity allowing him to inspire and engender the next generation of British house producers and DJs, and in doing so build a long-lasting legacy.
From his breakout release The Drums and A&R’ing for Hot Creations, Richy now has a plethora of releases under his belt on respected labels such as FFRR, Strictly Rhythm, Truesoul, Crosstown Rebels and Play It Say It, and remixed the likes of New Order, Groove Armada and London Grammar to boot.
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"Salon 02," the runway occasion to march the fall 2021 collection by innovative chief Daniel Lee at Berlin's Berghain, apparently the world's most renowned techno club, known for prohibiting the utilization of cameras and online media and its troublesome entryway strategy.
Notwithstanding delivering photographs of Bottega Veneta visitors, the Venetian marque didn't give any pictures from inside the club. There are simply due to be delivered in June with a coordinating with video.
Berghain has a legendarily close entryway. Situated inside a previous force plant with 18-meter-high roofs, Berghain is regularly nicknamed the world capital of techno music, as those of us who have visited it can verify.
Photos are not allowed inside Berghain, where each clubber is obliged to cover their smart phone with a sticker on camera.
Robbie Williams intends to open a night club "Similar to Berghain" in Berlin
In a addition there have been reports of an after party at Soho House, just as since-erased recordings shared on Instagram by participants, which portrayed the visitors moving in lodgings, with no veils or social separating. The after party, just as Berghain's contribution in the underlying design show, have gone under criticism.
However, there are photos taken outside the BV's Salon 02 of visitors arriving in daylight. Some of them are Honey Dijon, Sven Marquardt, Slowthai, Skepta Slowthai, DJ , Nigerian singer Burna Boy, ballet dancer Roberto Bolle and designer Stefano Pilati.
Fabricio H. Franzoli wrote about this. For those who did not understand what is going on this video, here's a brief explanation: The main loud music really comes from the tesla coil sparks. They are literally playing the music due to the programmed phase, pulse width and firing frequency! So, there are no speakers, no audio / video special effects. It looks even better in person and sounds almost the same, just louder than people expect!
Daft Punk were a French electronic music duo formed in 1993 in Paris by Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter. Often considered one of the most influential acts in dance music history, they achieved popularity in the late 1990s as part of the French house movement. They also had success in the years following, combining elements of house music with funk, techno, disco, indie rock and pop.
In 2013, Daft Punk left Virgin for Columbia Records and released their fourth album, Random Access Memories, to acclaim; lead single "Get Lucky" reached the top 10 in the charts of 32 countries. Random Access Memories won five Grammy Awards in 2014, including Album of the Year and Record of the Year for "Get Lucky".
In 2016, Daft Punk gained their only number one on the Billboard Hot 100 with "Starboy", a collaboration with the Weeknd. Rolling Stone ranked them No. 12 on its list of the 20 Greatest Duos of All Time. They announced their split in 2021.
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Joe asks the people who are waiting in line outside the famous Berlin club, Berghain if they managed to get inside. To others, Joe is joking, saying that they will not succeed to enter. Watch the video below.
So asking for advice they explain that in order to get into the club you have to be relevant to the culture of the club, not shake and move while you wait in line and generally look very cool
Two girls who have just left the club explain that you have to support the particular style and clothes that this culture requires you to look relevant and not like a tourist who just wants to enter the club out of curiosity.
They also ask Joe how he has fun in Los Angeles and who his favorite techno DJs are and there he shows that he is irrelevant.
Joe Hanson, better known online as Joe Goes (or BadgeOfShame), is a comedian, actor, interviewer, and YouTube personality from Los Angeles, California. His channel name, Joe Goes, is named after his featured series, which has also been aired on the now shut down TV station Current TV.
Fans of popular YouTube comedian and musician Julian Smith may know Joe the most for his character Randy in Julian's music video for "Eat Randy," where Randy is served as a tasty meal in a fancy restaurant. In Joe's 4th most popular video, he interviews Laina Morris AKA Overly Attached Girlfriend, making her look normal in comparison.
Berghain is a nightclub in Berlin, Germany. It is named after its location near the border between Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain in Berlin, and is a short walk from Berlin Ostbahnhof main line railway station. Founded in 2004 by friends Norbert Thormann and Michael Teufele, it has since become one of the world's most famous clubs, and is sometimes called the "world capital of Techno
The club is in a former power plant built in 1953 and abandoned in the 1980s. The space was originally rented from the energy company Vattenfall but has been owned outright by the club since 2011. The building is remarkable for its enormous dimensions, with 18-meter ceilings on the main dancefloor. The interior's minimalist design is dominated by steel and concrete. Only half the building is in use.
In 2016, a German court officially designated Berghain a cultural institution, which allows the club to pay a reduced tax rate.
In 2005, Berghain's owners started a record label, Ostgut Ton. Its first releases were by Berghain/Panorama Bar DJ residents such as Marcel Dettmann, Cassy and Ben Klock. The label's music is mostly techno, tech house, Detroit techno and minimal techno.
On March 30 Spain presented another law that makes it obligatory to wear a face cover "on open streets, in outside spaces and in any closed space for public use or that is available to people in general."
Another law in Spain states it is required to carry a mask in any event, when in open air spaces.
This incorporates sea shores and other traveler places and the guidelines apply regardless of whether there is a relational distance of more than 1.5 meters.
Beforehand, for people visiting Spain were simply needed to wear a mask outside when there was under 1.5 meters distance between them.
The new standard, distributed today by Official State Gazette, states distance is not, at this point a factor of if individuals need to wear a veil.
The law will apply to all individuals beyond six years old when they show up out openly.
It is required to stay set up until the Covid emergency is finished.
He creates music in a genius way using cables connected to a laptop while he washes his hands. Various sounds and music are heard when he opens the tap and presses the antiseptic container.
Shawn Serrano (born May 26, 1994), professionally known as Shawn Wasabi, is an American record producer from Salinas, California. He is credited as a co-inventor of the Midi Fighter 64. He resides in Los Angeles.
In 2013, Shawn Wasabi started producing music after his friend left the Midi Fighter 3D at his house. Since then, he has uploaded his live mashups, which have all garnered millions of views on YouTube.
In 2015, he released "Marble Soda", using a Midi Fighter 64.It contains samples from 153 different tracks and sounds.The video for the song reached 1 million views on YouTube within 48 hours of being uploaded.
In 2016, he was nominated for the Breakthrough Artist award at the 6th Streamy Awards.
In 2017, he released "Spicy Boyfriend". In that year, he also released "Otter Pop", which featured guest vocalist Hollis. The Fader placed it at number 27 on the "101 Best Songs of 2017" list.
In 2018, he released "Squeez", which featured guest vocalist Raychel Jay. The song was included on Paper's "10 Songs You Need to Start Your Weekend Right" list, as well as The Fader's "20 Best New Pop Songs Right Now" list.
His debut studio album, Mangotale, was released in 2020.
According to BBC A goliath transport ship the length of four football pitches has gotten wedged across Egypt's Suez Canal, hindering one of the world's busiest shipping lanes.
Many vessels are trapped, hanging tight for salvage boats to free the 400m-long (1,312ft) transport, which was knocked off base by solid breezes.
The blockage sent oil costs jumping on global business sectors.
Immediately this went viral and many people made some humorous memes. Fans of The Worst Techno Memes Ever Group Page uploaded some clever memes. In one of them it seems that a secret after party of Solomon is what caused the problem.
In another meme the name of the ship has been changed with the well-known German phrase of the famous doorman Sven Marquardt, of the legendary Berghain Club of Berlin, which is the word "Nein".
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Korean Superstar wrote at her social media channels: "Last time I played iconic Namsan Tower in Seoul. This time, streaming from Wolmi Sea train to show you Incheon (city I was born)". You can watch the best moments below.
Peggy Gou is a Berlin-based South Korean DJ. She has released seven EPs on record labels including Ninja Tune and Phonica. In 2019, she launched her own independent record label, Gudu Records, and released a DJ-Kicks compilation, DJ-Kicks: Peggy Gou, on !k7 Records.
In 2018, Gou released her music on record labels Ninja Tune and Phonica. In September 2018, she won Best Track for It Makes You Forget (Itgehane) at the AIM Independent Music Awards. It Makes You Forget (Itgehane) was listed on the tracklist for FIFA 2019.
In 2019, Forbes named Gou as one of the Asian leaders, pioneers and entrepreneurs under age 30. In February 2019, Gou launched her own fashion label KIRIN (“giraffe” in Korean), supported by Virgil Abloh, under the New Guards Group. The following month, she announced the launch of her own independent record label, Gudu Records (gudu means "shoes" in Korean).
In June 2019, Gou released DJ-Kicks: Peggy Gou, the 69th installment of !K7's DJ-Kicks mix compilation. The album became her first Billboard chart appearance, reaching 9th in Dance/Electronic Album Sales, and the second compilation that ever got into the top 10 after Moodymann's.
On July 25, 2019, Gou released her first music video for her hit 2019 track Starry Night exclusively on Apple Music, directed by Jonas Lindstroem, and once again featured Yoo Ah-in, the lead actor in the award-winning South Korean film, Burning.
The Wolmi Sea Train (월미바다열차), formerly known as Wolmi Galaxy Rail, is a monorail on the island of Wolmido in Incheon, South Korea. The monorail line has 4 stations and covers 6.1 km connecting Wolmido Island to Incheon Station, the west terminus of Seoul Subway Line 1 and the Suin Line. 1.15 km is double-tracked, but the loop around Wolmido (3.94 km) is single-track. Phase 2, if built, would have added 2 km single track connecting to Dong-Incheon station, also on Metro Line 1, with a potential Phase 3 looping back to Incheon station.
The system is the first in the world to use Urbanaut technology, whose selling point is an inverse T-shaped track: large wheels run on the horizontal part of the track, while small wheels press against the rail and keep it in place.
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Here is the announcement: "Three shows, three genres, three experiences.
After a year of unprecedented change, we are extremely excited to announce three new shows for our reopening weekend, which will take place this September.
Painstakingly curated over the lockdown months and with a completely secret lineup, artists & agents have joined together in supporting our vision of delivering three distraction-free shows, with each event celebrating a different element of the dance music spectrum.
For our long overdue return to the dance, we’re stripping it back to focus on the music. No distractions, no media; just a carefully curated selection of world-class artists, with exceptional audio and visual production over an unforgettable one-off weekend.
Painstakingly curated over the lockdown months, artists & agents have joined together in supporting our vision of delivering three distraction-free shows, with each event celebrating a different element of the dance music spectrum.
Artists for each show will be revealed at the event.
We are implementing a ‘no photos on the dancefloor’ policy at each show."
Printworks is a nightclub and events venue in Rotherhithe, South London. It is located in the former Harmsworth Quays printing plant, which printed newspapers including the Daily Mail and Evening Standard until 2012. Some features of the printing plant have been retained including the van loading dock and metal stairs, creating an industrial feel in the club. The club has an overall capacity of 5,000 people for DJ events across two performance rooms (the Press. Halls and the Darkroom).
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Watch Scenes for Tale Of Us's Afterlife at Printworks in London below.