Mittwoch, 17.07.2019
The Majority as a Sect X

“25 YEARS OF NEOLIBERALISM MADE SURE THAT THE SOCIETAL MISFORTUNE HAS TURNED INTO A COMPLETELY ABSTRACT FACTOR.”

The demands of the Bundestag election campaign are dropping by the hour, there is no hope for the »day after«. The media, who have humor their clientele, are talking the question if Mrs. Merkel is going to govern on together with the FDP or the Green Party up as Sophie’s Choice of the whole republic. You should not try to find the reasons for this dreariness, whose complementary part is the persistence of the racism of the AfD, at the place where people are complaining as vociferously as cheaply about it – in the political operations. In a series, that will be continued up to the »day after« Felix Klopotek will analyze the fundamental structures of the »politics of the center«, in which rise and fall of the political morality will solidify exemplarily.

Fighting first, solidarity second
Many leftists, especially those who are organized in a party or union, are complaining about a continuously worsening state of desolidarization in these weeks and months …

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Sonar 2019 – The 11 most kaput moments of this years Sonar festival

Sonar 2019: From Afrodeutsche till HAAi

It is about time to kick of the 26th edition of Sonar Festival in Barcelona. Kaput had a close look at this years lineup, on and off, and you will def find us here: …

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on power and dominion, visibility and representation, and on intersectionality in pop music

Ain’t I a Human?

In the third text of the series curated by Aida Baghernejad, she herself thinks out loud about power…

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Annett Scheffel on„When I Get Home“ by Solange Knowles

Solange “And Do You Feel Addressed? I Do.”

Annett Scheffel is immersing herself deeply into "When I Get Home", Solange Knowles' new album. She …

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The cultural struggle around female bodies in pop music: Songs about abortions

PAPA, DON’T PREACH: ABORTIONS , (NOT) A TABOO IN POP MUSIC?!

The second text of the series curated by Aida Baghernejad, Julia Lorenz searches for traces: Songs a…

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Merrill Nisker – Interview

Peaches: „To be quite honest, a lot of my ideas evolve around the vagina and my intersectional feminist perspective“

"Do not be fooled, there are many paths and many opinions and although I would love to believe we ar…

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YPY – Interview with Koshiro Hino

YPY: “No comment. Everybody has one secret at least.”

"It’s often very hard mentally and physically for me during the production process, but once a pro…

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Köln ist kaput XIII – Photogalerie

Köln ist kaput feat. Swan Meat, Jens-Uwe Beyer, Sarah San, Dj Brom

Die Schäl Sick von Köln fühlt sich langsam aber sicher wie die neue Heimat von Köln ist kaput an…

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