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Kyoto and the Hunt for Red November

I grew up in a tree-filled existence, with blushing, golden autumn colours taken entirely for granted. Sure, we’d stop to admire the leaves every so often, enjoying the perfect crunch of a particularly dry leaf pile on the pavement (or squelch, if it had been raining), but I don’t ever remember having gone out of my way to appreciate this annual occurrence. 1,166 more words

Koyo Enhances Ears with Tribal & Electro Sounds on 'My Girl'

Lush Selects releases some fresh sounds from New Caledonia producer Koyo, titled “My Girl”. The futuristic & tribal mash-up song is unique to Koyo with random high hats, synth runs, chimes, and a bit of electro-trap. 32 more words

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Junkboy - Sovereign Sky

Brothers Mik and Rich Hanscomb, have been releasing records under the name Junkboy since 1999. Born and bred in Southend-On-Sea, currently residing in Brighton, the brothers have taken inspiration from their landscape, cultivating Sovereign Sky from the memories and emotions nature and the seaside towns conjure. 411 more words

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What's On My Mind Wednesday #4: Collaborations

Yesterday I showed you guys my newest pair of shoes: the Asics x The Good Will Out Gel Lyte V “Koyo”. The shoe is a greatly executed collaboration and shows just what the guys at TGWO are capable of. 798 more words

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Dear Diary #1: Asics x The Good Will Out Gel Lyte V "Koyo"

Today I’m introducing something I’d like to call “Dear Diary”. This is not going to be a regular series but something I do from time to time when I have a new pair of shoes to show off. 428 more words

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Kyoto: Autumn colours and light up at Kodaiji Temple

After taking the boat down the river into Arashiyama we walked around the park a little, then headed back to Higashiyama to visit the light up at… 236 more words

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東京都 Bundles of Desire and Brothers-in-Arms

Alongside the main banquet of sight-seeing that was Kiyomizudera and Yasaka Shrine, I also went to several smaller temples on Thursday. Though Kiyomizu and Yasaka are very famous, I actually found these temples to be equally good and far less crowded. 1,180 more words

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