Pablo Castoldi – Column – Part II, created in Brazil and Argentina

Pablo Castoldi is in peace with everything

We always knew this was going to happen at some point. I remember thinking about the future watching “Logan’s run” as a kid, a movie about a bunch of friends who didn’t want to die at the age of 30 like they were supposed to! I feel like I was always prepared to be the pig that jumps from the truck to the slaughterhouse.
The first two months of the pandemic –when I was not able to leave the country, even not to visit a friend nearby – made me understand that “it” arrived.

Like a shipwrecked person waiting for rescue, I arranged my trench as nice as possible and started to do Yoga, something that was close several times before in life to me, but I had never achieved continuity. Here I found some positive moments, how wonderful it is to model your body with static positions! The feeling of mastering ourselves with precision and the confidence it gives.
Through covid-19 we all had to accept that everything from economy to private circumstances is changing and we had to redo our plans! We had to listen to what is indispensable and unbreakable.

My parents made me love Brazil.

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M_Dokumente – Pre-Print – Malaria! ( 1981—1984 )

Bettina Köster: “Everything came easily. We never put an effort into getting any deals”

We found a kitten behind empty boxes in our rehearsal room on Paul-Lincke-Ufer. We called her Malaria. I think Penguin, a good friend of Claudia Skoda, called us Malaria D because of the cacophonous kind of music we did. We liked that, and as we always wanted everything we did to start out with the letter M, the name stuck. …

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Helado Negro – Interview

Helado Negro: “I am constantly navigating how to sustain a healthy creative life and my relationships with the music industry”

"I never imagined doing what I do now. I definitely have privilege and access more so than ever but …

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Danielle De Picciotto & Friends in Conversation w/ Diáne Zillmer

Diáne Zillmer: “In old age you notice how little you actually know”

"We still live the norms of an industrial and production-oriented society, although these have alrea…

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European values in a musical revival attempt

Unfuck the EU (PT. 6): ALLI NEUMANN

Alli Neumann has really turned German pop upside down in recent years. It's not every day that someo…

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„Electric Lights - Women in Electronic Music“

Anetha: “I went to Berlin to visit Berghain, passion never left”

"Music is – at least to me – all about passion. A passion you have to educate and control someti…

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Discovery Zone – Interview with J.J. Weil

Discovery Zone: “I think that a crisis is a great opportunity for deep change – I believe we’re capable of that”

Starting Discovery Zone felt like taking an existential leap of faith down the rabbit hole into the …

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European values in a musical revival attempt

UNFUCK THE EU (PT. 03): LUWTEN

While European values are at their lowest, musicians are increasingly trying to speak up and turn th…

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