Montag, 20.05.2019
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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Lena Willikens – Essential Mix BBC1 Radio

Lena Willikens: From “Hello” to “Screaming Colors”

Friday night Kaput favorite Lena Willikens gave her Essential Mix debut on BBC1 Radio. Starting with Kenny Larkin´s classic "Hello" (released on Warp Records) and ending with the brand new upsammy production "Screaming Colors" (about to come out on Nous´Klaer), the mix is a beautiful idiosyncratic journey into sounds and on the dancefloor.…

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Akiko Yano - Interview

“When you are communicating through music there is no fear or intimidation”

"Young people want to know about our music and I am grateful for that. I think some of it somehow ca…

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Holly Herndon – Interview

Holly Herndon: “I make music for active listening and I love that as an art form“

Holly Herndon in conversation about Artificial Intelligence, sleep rhythms, Church, nonhierarchica…

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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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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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Carla Bley – Interview

Carla Bley: “I sometimes feel I should wear a sign on stage saying “She Wrote The Music.”

"I began learning music before I was able to walk, and I was surrounded by music at home from as ear…

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Danielle De Picciotto & Friends in conversation - MAYa Hardinge

MAYa Hardinge & Fear of failing!

"I’ve been obsessed with music since I was very little and obsessed with visuals and style since t…

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