This month Bella Cuts talks about the next edition of Expatriarch Generations, with new music from Normal Love to whet your appetite.
The Torstraßen Festival is back, and Expatriarch is hosting a stage at St. Oberholz with Gurr, Godmother, James K and Xana.
It’s June, the month of pride, parades and pinkwashing, and we’ve got a brief summary of what Berlin has on offer this year, along with a preview of the Expatriarch Stage at the Torstraßen Festival on June 13.
Bella Cuts steers through all the frequencies of the genre spectrum, from the gossamer textures of Gabi to the brutal feminist rage of Castrator, along with Baby Dee, DJ Sprinkles and Longopus.
Bella Cuts, the show’s new host, shares tunes from gender-problematizing NYC trio Bottoms, Icelandic singer-songwriter Lay Low and British rapper/poet Kate Tempest, all performing in Berlin this month along with a slew of local talent: Kami Ada, Beißpony and Romy Haag.
New tunes from local reps Lotic, James K and Alexander Geist, plus acts coming to Berlin this month, including Sleater-Kinney, Big Freedia and FKA twigs.
Local artists such as Magic Island and Nuclear Family, international acts playing in Berlin like Future Brown and Hard Ton, plus a roundup of this year’s Berlinale.
Berlin legend Gudrun Gut has chosen DJ/producer Borusiade as her newcomer artist, and in their interview, you can hear ruminations on the realities of sustaining a career in music.
An interview between Gudrun Gut and newcomer Borusiade, plus music by Arca, La Roux, Chicks on Speed and other acts playing in Berlin this month.
A four-part series with established artists introducing newcomer talent, featuring interviews, live performances and DJ sets.