Montag, 17.02.2020
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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“Electric Lights - Women in Electronic Music”

Helena Hauff: “I would love to dj on the moon. Could be a bit problematic with vinyl though.”

Helena Hauff has an unswerving commitment to doing exactly what she wants: “Club culture is about going crazy together for one night, drinking a little, being a bit silly and feeling shit the next morning,” she told Kaput in an earlier interview. “The idea is to let yourself go, doing something you don’t do every…

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Köln ist Kaput 14 – Video

Kaleo Sansaa, Secret Stage & MINCK at GOLD + BETON

Last November saw Kaleo Sansaa, Secret Stage and MINCK heating up Cologne venue GOLD + BETON for…

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Waclaw Zimpel – Interview

Waclaw Zimpel: “I lose a lot of energy in making decisions”

On the 31st of January 2020, Polish musician Waclaw Zimpel will release his new album “Massive Osc…

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CTM 2020 – The official Kaput festival recommendations for the second festival week

From Dan Deacon and Andy Stott to Hildur Guðnadóttir, from Festsaal Kreuzberg and Berghain to Silent Green

Ten days, uncountable performances, concerts and dj sets, the annual CTM festival is always way too …

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Danielle De Picciotto & Friends: Candice Nembhard

Candice Nembhard: “If you are fortunate enough to get a steady gig, then next comes the issue of being paid adequately for your contributions”

"In my opinion, the rise of first person, op-eds has somewhat overshadowed the responsibility of neu…

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Claire Morgan – “Electric Lights - Women in Electronic Music”

Claire Morgan: “I can’t think of many things more special than listening to someone you love play music that touches your heart”

"I personally find focus, peace and acceptance in both writing and performing music, and it allows m…

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TENTENKO – Interview

TENTENKO: “It is music that I always want to challenge”

Tentenko just released a split lp with Kopy on Tal Records and will be for the first time on tour in…

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