James Chatburn: ‘It’s actually quite a chilled time for me for once’

todayNovember 7, 2020

Musician and producer James Chatburn moved to Berlin in 2015. The 29-year-old toured with well-known alternative R&B artists like Jordan Rakei and the L.A. band The Internet.

One of his big idols is American soul legend Donny Hathaway. We caught up with the Australian to talk about his debut release “Faible Teil 1.”

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Written by: Dina Elsayed

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Studio Berlin, broadcast Nov. 4, 2020: How connected are Germans really 30 years after reunification? (Rebroadcast)

Nov. 9 marks 31 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall. East and West Germany were officially reunited the following October, which the late Chancellor Helmut Kohl called a “dream come true." But the process of growing together brought trials and tribulations that sowed animosity between East and West Germans. What does German unity look like today?

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