It’s March, the month of International Women’s Day, and this episode of Expatriarch Radio has a decidedly feminist flavour. Host Bella Cuts gives you the lowdown on all the protests and parties, including Berlin Feminist Film Week, the sex worker performance series My Body is My Business, and of course, music. Listen Up!
Expatriarch Radio comes out of hibernation with previews of the CTM Festival, the Berlinale and the Teddy Awards, and more fresh music than you can shake a wet umbrella at. Turn it up!
Hot new tunes from Peaches, Plateau Repas, Lotic, Carmel Zoum and Vjuan Allure to keep you toasty, and previews of all the best parties to give you a reason to go outside…
Bella Cuts helps you prepare for a busy Berlin November. YACHT thought the future would be cooler, but with all the local and touring musicians in town this month, it’s not so disappointing really.
In this episode Bella Cuts shares tracks from our next Expatriarch Generations newcomer The Neighbourhood Character and her mentor, house music mainstay Tama Sumo. We have previews of London Calling’s 10th anniversary, the annual Porn Film Festival party and digital art and music smorgasbord Turn Around Bright Eyes, plus new tracks from amazing artists performing … Continued
This month Bella Cuts talks about the upcoming Expatriarch Generations event: the latest installment of our inter-generational queer music mentorship program, which features Bettina Koester of Mania D and Malaria! and Berlin futurebilly trio P.U.F.F.
This episode Bella Cuts presents new music from as far afield as Chile and New Zealand, plus plenty from Berlin-based artists including Dear Strange, Lotic, Kablam, and Ziúr.
This month Bella Cuts talks about the next edition of Expatriarch Generations, with new music from Normal Love to whet your appetite.
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.