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  • The Wall by Ken Loi x OSKAR x Kat Cobra

    Thursday, Aug 15, 2013 9:45AM / Standard Entry

    The Wall by Ken Loi x OSKAR x Kat Cobra
    Ken Loi x OSKAR x Kat Cobra collaborate on the progressive house track “The Wall”. The single is out on his new label Starbright Records. Feel the awesomeness of The Wall.

    The Wall by Ken Loi x OSKAR x Kat Cobra

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  • You’ve Changed Bro with Jeremy Lin

    Thursday, Aug 15, 2013 8:22AM / Standard Entry

    You've Changed Bro with Jeremy Lin

    Jeremy Lin reflects on how the NBA has changed him in the short film “You’ve Changed Bro”. From playing videos games to getting advice, his friends and family feel like he’s changed since he’s hit the big time. His mom won’t appreciate his biggest change a new tattoo in Chinese. Look for cameos from Jubilee Project, Ryan Higa, KevJumba, Phil from Wong Fu Productions, Steve Nash and James Harden.

    As usual, he closes out the video with a Bible verse. This time he chose Romans 12:2 – “Don’t copy the behavīor and customs of this world , but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think.”

    You’ve Changed Bro with Jeremy Lin

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  • Bring Me the Night by Sam Tsui x Kina Grannis

    Thursday, Aug 15, 2013 7:12AM / Standard Entry

    Bring Me the Night by Sam Tsui x Kina Grannis

    Singers Sam Tsui x Kina Grannis team up for the music video for “Bring Me the Night” off Sam’s “Make It Up” album. The two sing about how to bring a couple closer together when they’re separated by distance. When they’re both under the night sky with the moon and the stars out, they feel like they’re right next to each other.

    Listen to more Sam Tsui : Shadow, Make It Up, Grey Area, Start Again, DJ Got Us Falling In Love, and Don’t Want an Ending

    Bring Me the Night by Sam Tsui x Kina Grannis

    Lyrics to Bring Me the Night by Sam Tsui x Kina Grannis

    Measuring days in the spaces between our goodbyes
    Learning to wait through the endless parade
    Of our same old see-you-next-time’s
    But when I close my eyes, the miles melt away
    Like you’re here in my arms at the end of the day

    So bring me the night, send out the stars
    Cause when I’m dreaming we don’t seem so far
    Darken the sky, and light up the moon
    So that somehow you’ll be here with me soon
    Bring me the night
    Bring me the night
    That brings me to you
    You

    Swear I don’t know if the days are as slow as they seem
    Wondering when you’ll be with me again and this
    Finally can be more than just a dream
    But when I close my eyes, I want only to stay
    Where the farthest you are is a heartbeat away

    So bring me the night, send out the stars
    Cause when I’m dreaming we don’t seem so far
    Darken the sky, and light up the moon
    So that somehow you’ll be here with me soon
    Bring me the night
    Bring me the night
    That brings me to you

    And it’s enough, knowing you are calling to me
    While we’re dreaming beneath the same moon
    All it takes is imagining you so that I can get through
    One more long and lonely day

    So bring the night, tell me it’s near
    Give me the chance to to pretend to you’re here
    Darken the sky and light up the moon,
    Please bring it soon

    So bring me the night, send out the stars
    Cause when I’m dreaming we don’t seem so far
    Darken the sky, and light up the moon
    So that somehow you’ll be here with me soon
    Bring me the night,
    Bring me the night,
    Bring me the night,
    Bring me the night
    That brings me to you

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  • Emergency shelters made from paper by Shigeru Ban at TED

    Wednesday, Aug 14, 2013 11:03AM / Standard Entry

    Emergency shelters made from paper by Shigeru Ban at TED

    Long before sustainability became a buzzword, architect Shigeru Ban had begun his experiments with ecologically-sound building materials such as cardboard tubes and paper. His remarkable structures are often intended as temporary housing, designed to help the dispossessed in disaster-struck nations such as Haiti, Rwanda or Japan. Yet equally often the buildings remain a beloved part of the landscape long after they have served their intended purpose. Most people look at cardboard tubes and see something fit for the recycling bin. But architect Shigeru Ban turns them into beautiful buildings.

    Emergency shelters made from paper by Shigeru Ban at TED

    More about Shigeru Ban

    Shigeru Ban’s architecture redefines aesthetics, space, structure and even the idea of permanence. In 1986, for the Alvar Aalto Exhibition near Tokyo, Ban experimented with constructing a building from long paper tubes, the kind found at textile factories. The tubes ended up being much stronger than he had imagined, and were easier to waterproof and fireproof than he had guessed. Ban created many experimental buildings in this vein — from the Japanese Pavilion at Expo 2000 in Germany, which was meant to be recycled upon demolition, and an office for himself and his students set atop the Pompidou Centre in Paris, where they worked for six years.

    But Ban’s unusual designs have found another use — as emergency shelters for those who have lost their homes in disasters and wars. In 1994, Ban created shelters for refugees in Rwanda. The next year, after an earthquake in Japan, he rebuilt a local church out of paper tubes that became a local fixture for 10 years. His designs — both low-cost, and dignity-building — have housed those affected by disasters in Taiwan, China, Haiti, Turkey and Sri Lanka. He also helped develop a shelter system after the Japanese tsunami of 2011.

    The founder of Shigeru Ban Architects, Ban has received many awards, including the Architectural Institute of Japan Prize. He currently teaches at Kyoto University of Art and Design.

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  • Summer Crush by Embassy

    Wednesday, Aug 14, 2013 9:27AM / Standard Entry

    Summer Crush by Embassy

    The group Embassy dropped their music video for the song “Summer Crush”. They have fun with their summer crush cruising in their ride, partying at the pool, surfing on the couch. Chill out from the summer heat with this track. It’s a summer you won’t forget.

    Listen to more Embassy: Lotto, Stay, Brand New Whip, Walk Away and All or Nothing.

    Summer Crush by Embassy

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