Robot Koch, it does. Lending his inspiring sound of electronic music to The Mammas and The Papas original classic "California Dreamin'" alongside Delhia De France's mysteriously beautiful vocals, the modern track is fit for a modern world, with an exquisite music video capture to accompany shot and directed by one of our faves, Sven Dreesbach. The film industry likes Koch, too. His tunes have been used on plenty of TV shows and films including NBC's "The Blacklist" and Fox's "Rake" while he continues to connect with a global, growing audience. He also collaborated on the recent Tensnake album, which makes us kind of ecstatic. As for Delhia De France, she's one to add to your radar of pleasurable tunes. She has quite the collaborative bone and has teamed up with artists like Robag, Wruhme, Marlow, Gunne and others. She's also the main B of electronic band, Pentatones. You should connect with Robert + Delhia and watch the video up there for some blissful bursts of moodiness. " rel="nofollow" title="Moving Images: Sven Dreesbach Captures a Reimagined "California Dreamin"' />


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Warning: If it’s 11AM and you’re already thinking about Foodler, you might want to skip this. Maria Nguyen knows those hunger pangs bellowing deep in your soul better than anyone else. As editor-in-chief at The Art of Plating, Nguyen’s job is to capture momentsof culinary perfection, from conception to completion. To call TAOP a food blog would be simplistic at best: the interactive site is a creative endeavor of epic proportions. Under Nguyen’s watch, the videos, photography, and editorials play to our senses, stoking our insatiable appetite for food porn. TAOP embraces the technology surrounding gastronomy today (case in point: a 3D food printer), but also pays homage to chefs who capture the essence of tradition.

From a delicate cucumber dish to a hearty beef tongue stew, TAOP will deconstruct even the most intricate recipes. It’s a behind-the-swinging-doors look at food as an art form—kind of like watching Bob Ross paint happy trees, only this time you can eat them. And when we say “art,” we mean it (in other words, think twice before sending in a snap of those macaroons you tried to recreate from Pinterest). TAOP features the greatest world-renowned chefs and their masterpieces, from Massimo Bottura’s nostalgic layering technique to Niki Nakayama’s painstaking kaiseki. Inspired by a passion for the innovation behind haute cuisine, Nyugen and her team have created a platform to showcase contemporary masterminds at their best—and to make even novice foodies yearn to get creative in the kitchen.

Photography: Signe Birck


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