The Berlin-based rapper and producer releases his new album ‘PosTer Boy’ this week on Gully Havoc Records, with a party March 20 at Prince Charles
Berlin-based Brit Jam Rostron is releasing ‘All Love’s Legal’, her third and most political Planningtorock album to date.
The dance-pop producer (and Plateau Repas member and Kool Thing drummer) releases his second solo album, Options.
Expatriarch Radio has found a new home with online radio station Berlin Community Radio. We’ve also cemented a monthly residency at queer nightclub institution SchwuZ.
A week crammed full of smutty goodness—largely queer friendly and sometimes even thought-provoking—October 23 through 27 at Kino Movimento.
If you’re into white, male, normative-bodied bands, go find another festival. Noblesse Oblige, Vaginal Davis, Levitations and Bearcat are taking over this weekend.
Although Gentleman Reg has released four albums, his drag persona just released her first, Face, as half the dance-pop duo Light Fires. Jan Noll interviews.
In advance of the band’s August 21 Berlin show and her first solo album, the Crayola red-headed singer talks longevity, activism and relationships.
Some of Berlin’s biggest pushers of crossbred music have formed an online magazine, with a launch party July 20 at Urban Spree.
Schaumschau (“Foam Show”) is a modern, DIY (and very Berlin) take on the classic talk show format, hosted by actor Dennis Prinz, streaming online.