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THE DOSE, issue 3 (Paris)

THE DOSE, issue 3 (Paris)

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THE DOSE was a cross-cultural PDF magazine with the concept of basing one issue on one city, presenting quality material on cyberpunk, Gothic, visual kei and industrial subcultures, among others.

Issue 3 was based on Paris.

You can use a reasonable length of text under CC and please credit THE DOSE magazine and if you need a URL, please use www.thedosemag.com and www.planetdamage.com.

NOTE: Magazine was in commercial distribution until the 2k11 Winter Solstice, 2011 dec 21. From that day, it is free. We are still under CC, though.

Planetdamage is the chief editor of The Dose mag. If you see planetdamage.com as the focal username and domain for distributing the issues, worry not. It is normal.
THE DOSE was a cross-cultural PDF magazine with the concept of basing one issue on one city, presenting quality material on cyberpunk, Gothic, visual kei and industrial subcultures, among others.

Issue 3 was based on Paris.

You can use a reasonable length of text under CC and please credit THE DOSE magazine and if you need a URL, please use www.thedosemag.com and www.planetdamage.com.

NOTE: Magazine was in commercial distribution until the 2k11 Winter Solstice, 2011 dec 21. From that day, it is free. We are still under CC, though.

Planetdamage is the chief editor of The Dose mag. If you see planetdamage.com as the focal username and domain for distributing the issues, worry not. It is normal.

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I last wrote an editorial in 2007 for the Londonissue and then left you for the flu pandemics,the global financial crisis and the social mediacesspool that’s still called MySpace. You didn’tdie from any of these. Good. I didn’t think you’dlast this long.Our Paris/France issue is the last of its kind.Cyberpunk - what this magazine was (and in asense, still is) dedicated to - outside the US hasdeep roots in British, Japanese and French popculture. With these 80 pages we’re paying ourrespect to what France added to cyberpunk,giving you a heads up on who to listen to,what to watch and where to go for a beer ifyou’re stuck in Paris. As in all previous issuesso far, we’re mostly concentrating on music,the language that’s far easier to use for sharingemotions (and beer) than any other systemof communication on this globe. With that inmind, keep away from people who claim theydon’t like music. They shrug when they saythat. It means they are dull and boring. Theyare also grey from the inside and their meatstinks. We avoid them. So should you.You’re probably curious about me saying weonly *were* dedicated to cyberpunk. Let meexplain. We love presenting pivotal points viatheir underground music scenes, giving a long-ing look into the future from the outskirts ofcities. Now that we’re back, it’s like emergingfrom the Vault, laying eyes on a barren vistaof glorious, LSD-laden destruction. Cyberpunk,you see, has cheerfully led us into a blind alley,the age of I’ve-seen-everything-already, a timewhen the coordinate system of EVERYTHING-NOW-SHINY is gasping for breath: it is wonder-ful, kinky, terrifying and doesn’t leave us a lotof places to go. And the best way to head isin the general direction of over the skylineand far away. Giving you all the freedom forexploration.Everything we ever wanted is mostly herearound us and success (whatever it meansto you) almost always depends on yourdetermination. Because cheesy as it sounds,you still form the future, in silly little ways andremarkably glorious ways as well. We’re livingin what we thought cyberpunk would be. Endof story. Not pounding the obvious into yourshrieking little head meat. Read on. We havestories to tell.By the way, if you pirated this issue, you doembody a generation of customers global busi-ness models still don’t approve of, the one thatwants everything now, just like the techno kidsin the nineties. But they grew up and so shouldyou. If you didn’t pay for this issue, read itthrough. Enjoyed at least one article? It wouldbe nice if you made a difference and boughtthe mag. We spent long months working on itin our free time. Thank you. Now go make rock.
Hello.We are back.
THE DOSE MAGAZINE
[w] www.thedosemag.com[e] info@thedosemag.com[t] +36 30 537 12 68
EDITORIAL»editor-in-chief
Máriusz Bari (damage)
»design
Márk Juhász (sajtos)
»sales
Györgyi Kiss, Réka Kassa
CONTRIBUTORS»
Dávid Andersen
»
Petra Balássy
»
Emese Tóth
»
Bernadett Vanyuscsák
»
Lívia Varga 
PHOTO & ARTWORK CONTRIBUTORS
Annliz Bonin,
 
Balázs Kassai,
 
blowyourmind-production.com,Blue Stahli, Clélia Altaïr,
 
Czarnekci,Dejobaan Games, Die Puppe, Éva Lilla László, FiXT,François Poidevin,
 
Lorraine Butler, Ludovic Villain,
 
Marc Zaffuto,
 
Matthew Burgess, Miss Kittin, mnblk,
 
Mvte,
 
Nazilla,
 
Potlatch, Punish Yourself, Scan X,Shiv-R, Snook, STO,
 
STV,
 
Vincent Bénard Futurevap-eur,
 
Virginie Ropars All photos/artworks in this issue copyrighted byShutterstock.comare used under license fromShutterstock Images, LLC. The photographers’names are displayed within the respective articles.All products and services mentioned, illustrated orrepresented within this magazine are registeredtrademarks of their respective companies.
COVER PHOTO
Doctor Kan /Shutterstock.com 
WE’D LIKE TO EXPRESS OUR GRATITUDE TO
Amelia Arsenic, Ágnes Tóth, Balázs Bodó, JamesRhodes, Marty Kaufmann, Olivér Hársfalvi,quietearth.us, Réka Dózsa, Regis Hertrich, SuzanaGostimirovic, Tamás Turza, Yang and Max-Leonhardvon Schaper of rockinchina.com and everyone elsewho helped us prep this issue... you all know whoyou are.
THIS ISSUE WAS FUELED BY coffee & music
Thanks to everyone at Digitally Imported,Philosomatika and Q-Dance Radio, Coffee Heavenand California Coffee Company.
PUBLISHER
Wide View Ltd., Üllői str. 17 Budapest H-1091
EDITORIAL
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© The Dose 2006-2010. All rights reserved. No part of thismagazine may be used or reproduced without the writtenpermission of the publisher. All information contained inthis magazine is for information only and is, as far as weare aware, correct at the time of release. The Dose cannotaccept any responsibility for errors or inaccuracies in suchinformation. Readers are advised to contact manufacturersand retailers dicrectly with regard to the price of products or services referred to in this magazine.

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