In this issue MOOD heads to Norway for what may be the most beautiful festival in the whole world. We also visit a café-cum-community space in the Illovo district of Johannesburg opened by the lead singer of Desmond & the Tutus, and finally, between trips to the Illinois State Fair, a few drinks at a Seventies-themed bar in Hollywood and a conversation with Icelandic superstar Ásgeir, we wind up back in New York. First in a conversation with Stephen Tanner—the chef of Williamsburg’s divey-hipster-fried chicken paradise The Commodore—and next with pizza slices up to our eyeballs with five New Yorkers who know the stuff best.
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MOOD is a quarterly magazine about music and food. For them, not many things can beat a good record and a delicious meal. Maybe a well-written story, or a gorgeous photo. Well, that's all in MOOD. The magazine looks at music and food in a cohesive and unique way, with a keen eye to design and high quality writing. The contributors are located around the globe, and the featured stories span accordingly.