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From Auckland to Berlin: Musician Noah Slee on navigating techno, queerness and becoming a role model

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    From Auckland to Berlin: Musician Noah Slee on navigating techno, queerness and becoming a role model Dina Elsayed

 

Noah Slee is a Tongan New Zealander whose music spans genres from traditional soul to mixed electronica and R&B. He moved to Berlin about three years ago and has seen his career flourish, especially on Spotify, where he boasts an audience of 400,000 monthly listeners.

We caught up with him to talk about his unexpected love for Berlin’s techno scene, finding success in his adopted home and becoming a role model.

 

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Written by: Dina Elsayed


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