Happy first wedding anniversary dear @florencekurniawan and @richerdsenyunawan 💕 how time flies so fast. We wish u lifetime happiness, may God always bless your family. 22 October 2016.
#MUA by @yamiemakeup
#Hairpiece by @rinaldyyunardiofficial
#Venue at @hotelborobudurjakarta
#Decoration by @evlindecoration
#Photography by @adichand @picturehousephotography
#Entertainment by @davidentertainment
#Organized by #isabellaWO
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"IF IM LUCKY" dance cover🙌
Join us @eewoseultimatedance #school to become an ultimate dancer💪
New commencement on this Saturday👍
#TIME - 3.30pm-5.00pm
#venue - @ royal mas arena
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Times maybe subject to change. Please arrive in ample time to catch performance.
Advance Tickets on sale until 5pm.
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Photo by @morgan_alaine
Konrad “Conny” Plank (1940-1987) was one of the most innovative sound designers
and music producers of his era: the recordings he made at his storied studio in
Wolperath outside Cologne revolutionised the music world. A pioneer of Krautrock
and a trailblazer of electronic pop music, he worked with artists such as NEU!, Brian Eno, David Bowie, Ultravox and Eurythmics; even now they stress the influence he had on their music.
When Conny died at the age of 47, his son Stephan was only 13. Twenty-five years
later, Stephan went in search of the man who as a boy he had often seen only
behind his mixing console (which now resides at Studio 7 in Tottenham Hale).
Simultaneously, it became the search for his father’s artistic legacy. He met up with
Conny’s old friends and companions: David A. Stewart, Devo, Gianna Nannini,
Ultravox, DAF, Michael Rother, Daniel Miller, Karl Hyde, and many more.
Never before seen archive film is here interspersed with personal interviews in which musicians provide insight into Conny’s meticulous and highly sensitive manner of working. This moving portrait of a legendary producer offers a fascinating journey through the history international pop music of the 1970s and 80s.