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The Power of Music: Hearpearience No. 1 in Hamburg
Our fellow MoreSleep studio colleague Lenz Meier and his good friend Elias Blank – the creative duo Meier&Blank behind Formcreek – aim to celebrate the power of music by hosting a range of events that take guests on a broad musical journey with their newest concept: Hearpearience.
Hearpearience is a series of musical events where music enthusiasts experience a diverse selection of sounds ranging from funk and world music, to blues, pop rock and hip hop.

Expect acts from LydKammerat, Moon Haze Ferry, The Entrepreneurs, Home Studio Productions and Luckyp, this Friday the 18th of April at Stellwerk in Hamburg starting at 10pm. More info here.

freundevonfreunden:

The Power of Music: Hearpearience No. 1 in Hamburg

Our fellow MoreSleep studio colleague Lenz Meier and his good friend Elias Blank – the creative duo Meier&Blank behind Formcreek – aim to celebrate the power of music by hosting a range of events that take guests on a broad musical journey with their newest concept: Hearpearience.

Hearpearience is a series of musical events where music enthusiasts experience a diverse selection of sounds ranging from funk and world music, to blues, pop rock and hip hop.
Expect acts from LydKammerat, Moon Haze Ferry, The Entrepreneurs, Home Studio Productions and Luckyp, this Friday the 18th of April at Stellwerk in Hamburg starting at 10pm. More info here.
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The Brotherhood of the Paradise Children
In 1969, thirteen hippies–refugees from campus riots, war protests and police brutality–fled to the remote Hawaiian island of Kauai to build “Taylor Camp.”
They lived off the land and built their own beach-front tree houses. Some of these structures were quite elaborate with large bamboo pole foundations, clapboard siding, and windows facing the sea.
John Wehrheim’s 1970s photographs of the camp reveal a community that created order without rules and rejected materialism for the healing power of nature. Read their story and find the book here.

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The Brotherhood of the Paradise Children

In 1969, thirteen hippies–refugees from campus riots, war protests and police brutality–fled to the remote Hawaiian island of Kauai to build “Taylor Camp.”

They lived off the land and built their own beach-front tree houses. Some of these structures were quite elaborate with large bamboo pole foundations, clapboard siding, and windows facing the sea.

John Wehrheim’s 1970s photographs of the camp reveal a community that created order without rules and rejected materialism for the healing power of nature. Read their story and find the book here.