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.
In advance of their shared gig Nov. 21 at SchwuZ, Planningtorock and newcomer James K exchanged questions and thoughts on their music careers.
The matriarch of Berlin’s queer scene, Peaches, has selected Ziúr as her newcomer artist. Here is their interview with ruminations on creative energy and discipline as well as Kate Bush, Beyoncé and Miley Cyrus.
The artists discuss translating studio work into a live setting, playing the promo game, integrating politics into music, and earning a living as an artist.
Set in the city’s queer underground with appearances from Nina Hagen, Peaches and Blood Orange, the film is now relying on Kickstarter to fund completion.
Producer, songwriter, performer, DJ and record label owner Snax is back with a new solo EP: ‘Up and Coming Children’
Peaches Does Herself, the quasi-autobiographical “anti-jukebox musical”, is getting a nation-wide cinematic release. In this interview, Peaches illuminates the project’s evolution.
In advance of his May 25 show at Volksbühne in Berlin, Owen Pallett talks about gender pronouns, discipline and Brian Eno’s coming out.
As he begins his Euro tour, Brooklyn’s Chris Garneau talks Madonna’s brazen borrowing, embracing whoredom and the complex themes of his album ‘Winter Games’.
The accomplished musician explains his Brion Gysin-inspired new record—his first solo album in seven years—featuring cello by Julia Kent (Antony & The Johnsons).