The Caustic Window / March 2022

The Caustic Window – We are all Spotifucked…

We are all Spotifucked…

There are mornings when you hear the driving mid-winter Berlin rain hitting the window with the violence of a hornet’s nest that has just been forced into an unwanted romantic tryst with a blunderbuss. Not some half-assed “GET OFF MY LAWN!” buckshot awakening of the small-town North American persuasion, but a proper capital M morning that anyone in their right mind would declare the day a complete and total non-starter.

An awakening so unjust and brutal, one has not a fucking chance of becoming ambivalent or used to, when, out of debilitating fear, one raises one’s head to figure out what in God’s name was making such an infernal racket and realizes it’s the utterly uncontrollable will of the Old Testament home-wrecking life destroyer of Abraham, the right and powerful true weather man, HE who’s spite has no end, forcing one to call it a fucking day, and pull the blanket up over one’s head and pray you’ve mistaken the noise as just one more in an endless stream of early morning road works or forgettable political insurrections, and not truly an “Act of God” as the cocaine addled insurance salesmen call it to screw you out of ever-increasing monthly payments.
Another in a long line of “Just go the fuck back to sleep” Berlin specials.

…and then there are other mornings which fill you with such rage at their sheer stupidity from noise of the online sort. Those that provoke an even greater level of the same burrowing ostrich-head response, praying to still more ancient Gods for a tranquilizer, pharmaceutical or, failing the availability of said happy pills, a swift blow to the head of the strongest order to make it all stop….

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Danielle De Picciotto & Friends w/ Basak Günak

Başak Günak: “I believe that as female:pressure we are creating an important force against “brotherhood” in the scene.”

"Gender inequality is still there and it works in a systematic way, but we continue to make and make very important cracks in that wall. 

In terms of racism, unfortunately there is still a long way to go."…

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New York's DFA label celebrated its twentieth birthday on March 26 at the Knockdown Center in the borough of Queens

DFA Records: Reunion in the House of the jealous Lovers

Later, in bed, the experienced booms in ears and head. And even later, on the plane back to Germany,…

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20 Years of DFA Records

Josh Houtkin „I go pretty deep in memories with DFA and James Murphy”

"DFA definitely not only stuck with what they do, they also seem to be reinventing themselves pretty…

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SXSW w/ City Slang and Anna B Savage, Sophia Kennedy, King Hannah, KAINA, Los Bitchos & Pom Pom Squad

“We feel so lucky that we get to share these magical moments with everyone”

One of the hottest showcases during the SXSW week was the City Slang one at The Augustine, featuring…

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Record of the Week

Plastikman & Chilly Gonzales „Consumed in Key” 


"Chillys Transformation von „Consumed“ ist jedenfalls weit komplexer und nachhaltiger als ich zu…

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Sid Le Rock „Invisible Nation“ album & „Sid rides shotgun mix“

Sid Le Rock talking about the „Invisible Nation“

It may look like Sheldon Thompson is chilling on his backyard, but truth is, the man behind the Sid …

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Danielle dePicciotto & Friends: Shelley Hirsch

Shelley Hirsch: “I perform completely improvised music in concert quite often and the goal is to be as unprepared as possible”

Shelley Hirsch is known as one of the most versatile vocalists of our times in the area of improvise…

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