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FAULT Magazine FANS!!

Posted in FAULT MAG by faultmagazine on November 29, 2009

“FAULT Magazine is a Revelation”-DAVID LYNCH

“FAULT is f-ing great… a great looking magazine”-KLAUS VOORMANN

“The more I look at the layout the more and more excited I am about the magazine, It’s about time someone came out with a magazine that looks different from everything that is out there”-TERRY RICHARDSON

FAULT is like nothing out there at the moment, I am always interested in getting involved with creative people”-HEDI SLIMANE

“FAULT is big and beautiful…it’s amazing! It’s an art object in and of itself ” -MOBY

VERY NICE!!! JONATHAN ROSS & RICHARD FEARLESS

“FAULT is at the top of my magazine stack”–NICK JAGO-Artist/Musician Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
“Hey this looks great! I love it… so very cool…”
-ORIAN WILLIAMS-Producer-CONTROL

“Looks beautiful. Really nice”
-MATT MAUST-Cold War Kids

“FAULT is clearly a work of genius”
-JACK BARNETT-These New Puritans

“Looks great, amazing imagery”
-DEAN ROGERS-Photographer

“I love FAULT, my favourite magazine”
-TIM BURGESS

“Pure Goodness”
-YANNIS-FOALS

“Love the cover”
-COURTNEY LOVE

“FAULT Magazine, London’s newest and most credible publication for design, photography and imagery”
-PROUD GALLERY

“I like the concept of FAULT, it’s important to keep things cosy and warm in these days of corporational hostility”
–ADAM FICEK-Babyshambles

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Mazzy Star – Halah

Posted in MAZZY STAR by faultmagazine on November 26, 2009

 

FOLLOW FAULT ON TWITTER

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This is your FUTURE!

Posted in FAULT, FAULT Magazine, FAULT Magazine out now by faultmagazine on November 23, 2009

Nick Jago (BRMC)

Posted in nick jago by faultmagazine on November 23, 2009

28-year-old Nicholas Jago was born in Abadan, Iran on July 19th, 1981.   He lived in Iran until he was 4 years old. The subtly exotic and rhapsodic musician/painter then spent three years in various areas of South America, moving at the age of seven to England and remaining there for the latter half of his teens while studying painting at The Winchester School of Arts. By 1997 Jago was living in California with his family, it was there that he shifted his interest to music and became a part of the praised and highly original band, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.  In 2007 Nicholas began a solo career; he is currently recording songs and performing at various venues around Los Angeles and abroad.  He may remind some of Leonard Cohen, there are glimmers of him in Jago’s songs and vocal delivery. And clearly Jago makes a point to focus on writing engaging lyrics.  At this time his strongest work is the lyrically poignant, Under a Veil, a duet with HT Heartache. HT brings a delicate folk-country quality to the song and it compliments Jago’s folk-rock.  Jago himself appears to be comprised of delicate nuances, perhaps this is from being exposed to so many varied cultures as a child.  Since embarking into a solo career it appears Nick may have become Nicholas-

http://www.myspace.com/nickjagosongs

http://nickjago.blogspot.com/

KEEP WHAT YA GOT

Posted in FAULT Magazine by faultmagazine on November 23, 2009

photography Henrik Ademsen

FAULT Magazine & Vivienne Westwood

Posted in vivenne westwood fault magazine by faultmagazine on November 23, 2009

FAULT VINTAGE

Posted in tom meighan kasabian by faultmagazine on November 23, 2009

Tom Meighan- London ICA 2007

 

 

MAZZY STAR – DISAPPEAR (FULL)

Posted in Uncategorized by faultmagazine on November 23, 2009

JEFFREY CAMPBELL.

Posted in JEFFREY CAMPBELL by faultmagazine on November 22, 2009