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A sojourn through the ‘Garden of Beasts’ with Irish musician Candice Gordon

    We caught up with musician Candice Gordon to talk about supporting likes of Nena, her 2017 album “Garden of Beasts,” and what else to expect from her this year. Gordon, who originally hails from Ireland, has been in Berlin for seven years, lured by history and literature. “I just loved it," she says. "I just felt I belonged." She hasn't shied away from incorporating her Irish roots into […]

todayJuly 21, 2018


There’ll be dancing in the Kiez: Fête de la Musique lands on June 21 bringing music to Berlin’s streets

    June 21 sees Fête de la Musique coming to the streets of Berlin. The imported French festival has been a staple of the city's event calendar since 1995 and brings music from over 800 musicians, bands, and choirs, performed in Spätis, Kitas, garden colonies and other unusual locations across the city.  We caught up with Björn Döring, the Curator and Director of the festival. One highlight of Fête de la Musique promises […]

todayJune 16, 2018


Confessions of a California goth: Bauhaus’ David J pines for the clouds

    This week, we caught up with musician David J, who was both the bassist in the goth rock sensation Bauhaus as well as bassist and vocalist of the '80s band, Love and Rockets. A Los Angeles resident, he admits that he feels uncomfortable with the current political situation in the United States, confessing, “it's in a sorry state, and I'm rather repulsed by it.” David J talks about […]

todayJune 9, 2018


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