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art—science—politics Essays by Nora N. Khan on artificial superintelligence, Liam Young on architecture for machines, Nick Srnicek on neoliberalism and aesthetics, Benedict Singleton on modern film archetypes, Interview with Walter Murch by Dave Tompkins, Fiction by Juan Mateos
Art by Timothy Saccenti & Sam Rolfes, Lawrence Lek
Illustrations by Stathis Tsemberlidis, Adam Ferriss, Alex Solman, Patrick Savile
Published by Optigram
Der Klang Der Familie traces the history of the techno scene in post-reunification Berlin. With a wide range of interviews, from DJs, club-owners, music producers, bouncers and the Berlin audience, Der Klang Der Familie tells the story of the emergence of techno and its club scene after the fall of the wall.
An absolute staple in the memory of anyone whose youth involved the 80's and big plastic cartridges full of dust. Here Andrew Schartmann takes you on a journey into the sounds captured within this most singular of games and an absolutely crucial read for anyone with a passing interest in Super Mario, electronica, and the interaction between video games and music.