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Millions listen to music as mp3s through little earbuds. Not Henry Rollins. He takes DnA on a wild sonic tour of his high fidelity sound systems. Can nature and huge buildings merge into a harmonious whole? Chinese architect Ma Yansong explains how they can.

Photo by Camellia Tse.

Producers:
Frances Anderton
Caroline Chamberlain

Ma Yansong on Melding Buildings with Nature 11 MIN

Ma Yansong is principal of MAD Architects, a Beijing-based architecture firm that recently opened an office in Los Angeles. He talks about his design for the new George Lucas museum in Chicago, his forthcoming residential project in Beverly Hills and his philosophy of melding architecture and nature.

Guests:
Ma Yansong, MAD Architects

A Sonic Tour of Henry Rollins’ House 13 MIN, 23 SEC

Henry Rollins is a long-time musician, host of a self-titled radio show on KCRW and an evangelical audiophile. He leads DnA’s Frances Anderton and Rhythm Planet’s Tom Schnabel on a sonic tour of his high fidelity audio-equipped home, and explains why we all should all own analog sound systems.

Guests:
Henry Rollins, Host of 'Henry Rollins' (@henryrollins)
Tom Schnabel, Host of 'Rhythm Planet' (@tom_schnabel)

L.A. Auto Show Highlights 2 MIN, 42 SEC

David Undercoffler, auto critic for the Los Angeles Times, talks about what to expect at the LA Auto Show, from hydrogen vehicles to a new Ford Mustang.

Guests:
David Undercoffler, Los Angeles Times (@LATimes_driven)

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