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In 1998 Moloko Plus released a CD by Jérôme Soudan, who was living in Berlin at the time. It was the first of nine CDs that Soudan would produce under the moniker Mimetic the next fifteen years. Overrated is where it all began. Apart from the regular CD – now a classic…
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Herbst In Peking, named after Boris Vian’s novel, was formed by Rex Joswig in East Berlin in 1987. The anti-authoritarian stance and fierce criticism of the GDR regime of this punk band led to an official ban in 1989. While Rex Joswig ran his Grenzpunkt Null radio…
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At the suggestion of Andreas Paul, German writer and artist Gregor Kunz and sound collagist Winterberg teamed up to produce a one-hour radio play in 2012. Kunz’s readings of a selection of poems were put to music by Winterberg and consequently…
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In the summer of 1999 German poet Bert Papenfuß and musician Rex Joswig spent a holiday together in Feldberg, Germany. They didn’t do much work, according to Papenfuß, but Rex Joswig asked his friend to write a text for him to put to music…
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Sønderling is the stage name of artist and musician Tobias Herzz Hallbauer from Dresden. For Sønderling’s project Piratencabaret Hallbauer took inspiration from Christopher Isherwood’s novel Goodbye to Berlin. The novel, first published in 1939, consists of six stories set in Berlin in the early 1930s. George Orwell…
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