Mittwoch, 19.12.2018
Loraine James – Interview

“female:pressure is awesome because it recognises us, and we do exist. There are a lot of us!”

"I think in the past year and a half I’ve become more confident in who I am as a person, and my id…

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An interview with James Stinson by Andrew Duke (from December 2001)

Drexciya: „Why not give it a try again and see what will happen?“

The music of James Stinson and Gerald Donald is equal parts electro, techno, and funk. Murky and mys…

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“ZLS3 feat. >Mike Kelley

Mike Kelley, The Ignition Point

To travel down the fragmented landscape of Michigan Avenue, a route that stretches across the city o…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation – Linnea Hellström

Linnea Hellström: “The main reason to be strong is to protect those who are weaker”

"Veganism is more than what we eat, buy, wear, support or boycott. It´s a whole way of thinking, fe…

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Helena Hauff

Helena Hauff: “Why I am actually doing this?”

"The sun is slowly creeping up from behind floor and the people on the dance floor are now going com…

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Lena Platonos – Interview – DICE conference and festival

Lena Platonos: “I listen to music 24 hours a day.”

"I advise them to fight for their rights and hope for a more optimistic future." – Lena Platonos …

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Barbara Morgenstern: “Goose bumps are always great”

"Language is very important to me, I work a lot with meanings between the lines, ambiguity, puns and…

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Andi Otto in conversation with Oki Kano, collaborator of the late Umeko Ando

The magic music of Umeko Ando

Interview by Andi Otto with Oki Kano, collaborator of the late Umeko Ando.…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation – Natasja Alers

Natasja Alers: “Art is a way for me to express frustration, sadness, passion or obsession and a certain urgency”

"I can't imagine my life without creating something, whatever it is. Art for me is the only answer a…

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The Brooklyn-based booking agency Discwoman is working on a long overdue paradigm shift in the still male-dominated DJ business

Discwoman: “Questioning the circumstances”

"It is a bit too much. To be honest, we would be delighted if there were more agencies like ours. We…

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Fenster - JJ Weihl in conversation

“What if life was just a joke?”

After the withdrawal of producing "The Room" comes return, so it’s time to say knock knock: Who’…

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Peter Brötzmann & Oxbow

It’s not the twelve bar, it’s the person behind!

On Sunday the 20th of May Peter Brötzmann played together with Dan Adams, Greg Davis, Eugene Robins…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Amy Kaps: “Honest expression is the most potent”

"I would really like to get out of the no or low budget concept" – Amy Kaps in conversation with …

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Jo Quail: If you’re a freelance musician and a parent you need to be incredibly well organized”

"Inspiration takes all forms for all people, whether it’s a gentle meditation as you do the shoppi…

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Fischerspooner Interview with Casey Spooner

Casey Spooner: “Now I’m addicted to museum shows. I want one every year.”

"Now I'm addicted to museum shows. I want one every year." – NAK director Maurice Funken in conve…

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Silvia Jiménez Alvarez aka Jasss in conversation

JASSS: “Those things exist in me and bother me.”

Spain born artist Silvia Jiménez Alvarez already set some significant marks in the world of dark el…

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The Transcendence Orchestra

A journey into the unknown

Asked what to expect from their upcoming performance at Meakusma festival, both Anthony Child and Da…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Tessa Hughes Freeland: “Overload creates a confusion of meaning – I love that”

Tessa Hughes Freeland is a british born experimental filmmaker who moved to NYC in the late 70ies. S…

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Daso Franke

Pune, 19.02.1981 – Berlin, 02.04.2018…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Kirsty Allison: “Life’s too short to fuck around”

"Good poetry brings people together, and there’s nothing like instigating that." – Danielle de …

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DJ Koze on panic disorders and severe depressive episodes

DJ Koze “The Job is tough”

"The fact that you are still alive after years of having all of these allegedly death-bringing sympt…

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Mouse on Mars

Prioritize the people

It’s about time for me to confess something. At some point during the 2000s, I distanced myself a …

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Magnea

Social pop anthropologist

In the first place, Maral Salmassi just wanted to produce the record by the Icelandic dance pop duo …

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Tom Simmert: "Dance Music Across the Atlantic"

Robert Johnson Theory 56

"What I want to share today are some considerations on electronic dance music in Africa, which has b…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Vibeke Jensen: “I insist on and seek to integrate all aspects of life rather than separating life from art”

"–isms are not important to me, while the reality of us living on Earth together and the critical …

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Dana Gingras: “Dancing really saved my life, as it was a way to manage all the energy and self-destructive tendencies I had”

"Dance and live performance fundamentally explores and embraces the condition of risk. Through emplo…

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Midori Takada

“Music is about life and death.”

“Some people say that my music was very emotional. In the 70s and 80s, I tried to suppress my fee…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Marta Collica: “I see myself as the mountain Etna”

"Describing her as a queen is perfect and especially in these troubled times our confused world need…

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"The Invisible Hands" – Interview with Director Marina Gioti

“One of the last true punks” – Alan Bishop and the Invisible Hands

Kaput talked to Marina Gioti about "The Invisible Hands", the documentation she produced together w…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Laura Kikauka: “Rediscovering the art of slowing down”

Laura Kikauka is almost impossible to describe because she seems most understandable when you experi…

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Marco Donnarumma: „Corpus Nil: Eingeweide“

“It’s about understanding that we humans are not any more important than any other creature on the planet”

A lot has been written lately about the end of the artist as we know her/him. The legend is on the s…

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FILTER Detroit – Kerstin Niemand on 12645 Moran Street, Detroit

“Detroit is an open city”

The direct contact with local artists revealed that the metropolis, which until now has only been kn…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

“Stories about humans and plants” – The work and life of Olga Volchkova

For the fourth installment of her series "Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation", Danielle…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Claudia Skoda: “Fashion has never been as cheap and inflationary as today and at the same time absurdly expensive.”

When I moved from NYC to Berlin in the mid eighties I was able to experience the last strides of an …

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Simon Reynolds in conversation with Christina Mohr

“The illusory belief that fame will give you immortality”

Born in London, established in New York and currently living in Los Angeles, Simon Reynolds is a man…

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Mozhgan Shariat

„The idea was to play weird, soundtracky monster music“

San Francisco based Mozhgan Shariat is alongside Solar and Jason Greer the co-host of the super well…

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Bogomir Doringer – "I Dance Alone"

“I am interested in catching the ghosts of the dance-floor.”

The Serbian artist Bogomir Doringer films for his ongoing project “I Dance Alone“ dance-floors …

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Richie Dagger’s Crime

“I’m super shy”

I’m still learning how to become a stage personality. I’m super shy, I get so much anxiety perfo…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Laura Ortman – “I was shy as fuck as a kid but always causing rumbles”

"The dreamy tunes of Laura Ortman mixed raw violin sounds, electronic samples, a small megaphone and…

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Jan Schulte

WONKY DRUMMING WITH

Anything goes for Jan Schulte, who has learned this trade at the Salon des Amateurs. He releases his…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Jarboe

First part of our new interview series, hosted by Danielle de Picciotto. This time former Swans memb…

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Rashad Becker & Ena

Friendly Neighbours

While Rashad Becker is best known for being a luminary in the field of mastering, but he is also an …

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Detlef Weinrich aka Tolouse Low Trax

“The world still makes sense in the morning, at night everything crumbles.”

Detlef Weinrich has been making music under his current imprint Tolouse Low Trax since 2010. His won…

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Mark Fell – Syn/Cussion-Festival

“To me that would be a waste of a life spending your life making money.”

From the fifth to the seventh of May the Syn/Cussion-Festival will take place at Berlin’s Radialsy…

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Jerrilynn Patton aka Jlin

“It feels great to not have a dayjob anymore”

Jlin shakes her head to the question if she had been under pressure as a result of people's expectat…

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Young Marco – Dekmantel Selectors series

„Selection will always trump technique“

Marco Sterk who goes by the artist name of Young Marco is one of those djs who are on the radar for …

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The Magnetic Fields "50 Song Memoir" – Justus Köhncke on Stephin Merritt’s new album

POP MUSIC, YOU BELOVED INTERFACE OF THE WORLD

“Age is just a number”, is what they say. Or “70 is the new 50”, “50 is the new 35”. Bul…

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Vermont – Marcus Worgull and Danilo Plessow in conversation

“It was just like yoga: You get there, turn your brain off and just do it.”

Three years after their debut “Vermont” Danilo Plessow (Motor City Drum Ensemble) and Marcus Wor…

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The new school of Cologne Techno

“Noticeably different, more free”

A journey into the New School of Cologne Techno featuring Friday Dunard, Philip Jondo, Christian Gun…

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Jeremy Corbyn vs. Robert Wyatt

“THIS WAS NOT A GIG, THIS WAS POLITICAL ACTION” ROBERT WYATT’S COME BACK TO THE STAGE

The evening in Brighton sums up why the relationship of pop and politics are going through a crisis.…

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Travelling Kaput

AT HOME IN PALESTINE

Kaput writer Amira El-Kordy visited her second home Palestine last September. A formative experience…

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Moscoman

„I am searching for the rollercoaster drop feeling that make my lungs explode.“

If one mentions sad it is not far from the word depression – Chen Moscovici’s reaction to the wo…

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