Inside the mysterious area of space known as “The Pinch,” Lt. Exler and Dr. Winston have taken an away team aboard the doomed Ferengi ship Profitable Venture in search of survivors. Just as the last of the away team is about to beam back, the Ferengi vessel explodes, crippling the Chimera. Adrift among a sea of debris, the Chimera now sits nearly defenseless as her crew works desperately to repair the ship and return to the safety of DS3. The crew soon discovers, however, that they are not alone…
In Corsten’s Countdown 619 you’ll hear new music by M.I.K.E. Push vs Robert Nickson, Fatum, Genix, Jaytech & Judah, Dirkie Coetzee and much more! Which tracks made it into this week’s Corsten’s Countdown Top 3? Any guesses?
– BLR & NBLM – Don’t You Love This Feeling [AFTR:HRS] (00:02:11)
– Matt Fax x Dezza – Sweet Dream (Steve Brian Remix) [Enhanced Recordings] (00:06:25)
– Fatum, Genix, Jaytech & Judah – All In [Anjunabeats] (00:11:29)
Star Trek: Outpost – Episode 1: Life is good for Lt. Greg Torkelson aboard the USS Remington a Starfleet research vessel stationed near the Venderis Nebula. However, when word comes that he has been promoted to the Executive Officer of Deep Space Station 3, an outpost in the backwaters of Federation space, he quickly discovers that all is not as it appears, and what seems to be too good to be true just might be. The post Star Trek: Outpost – Episode 1 – What Could Be So Bad? appeared first…
If there isn’t a play button, then follow the link. Please let me know if there are any problems so I can fix them. I enjoyed this series very much. I hope you do too.
OK, here’s more food for thought. I want to share with you my first experience with an adventurous photographer. As a young boy I was an avid alpinist. I summitted The Popocatepetl (17,800 ft) in Puebla, Mexico back in 1977 when I was 15 years old. Our guide and friend of my parents was Juan Guzman, (born Hans Gutmann, 1911-1982). A very kind and interesting man with a keen eye.
Photography was the journal, for all his amazing adventures. When we summitted, with impending clouds on the horizon, he told me, “One doesn’t always have time to write, but one can take a picture.” His camera seemed to be attached to his arm, as a natural part of him. It was his pen. He was a photojournalist, and he saw photos as a snapshot in time, not a static image.
I saw him use his camera thought out the expedition. I suppose that is when I started making stories out of pictures; watching him choose the scene and patiently shoot, and move slightly and shoot again.
Anjuna HQ’s own Amber Stomp returns to Worldwide duty this week with some tasty treats. Over to you, Amber.
Product Manager Anjunabeats Singles & Digital Distribution
Dec 2017 – Present
LocationLondon, United Kingdom
– Product management for all Anjunabeats singles – Overseeing design for singles and the online music store – Managing the online music store – Managing the Anjunabeats Youtube channel and Soundcloud profile – Responsible for digital delivery of all music and metadata for three labels (Anjunabeats,Anjunadeep and Ophelia) to 30+ digital service providers (Spotify, iTunes, Beatport, etc.)
Lucan Coutts is one of Toronto’s most prominent and visionary digital artists. Through his surrealist interpretation of the landscape, he transforms cities into luminous empires, capturing their distinct energy in his provocative images. His work is astral and imaginative yet remarkably intimate, attesting to his ability to uniquely interpret urban dynamics and creatively bend cityscapes. Viewers are gifted Coutts’ visionary perspective of urban space and time that may set the city ablaze with light or play on atmospheric darkness. https://www.lucancoutts.com/about