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New from Moloko Plus: Herbst in Peking – Panik Produced and recorded in times of corona, this 32-minute CD captures the current mood of our societies and at the same time presents the listener with a spectrum of conceivable and historical cases of panic put to very enjoyable music. Designer Kai Pohl’s observation People’s panic... more →
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Produced and recorded in times of corona, this 32-minute CD captures the current mood of our societies and at the same time presents the listener with a spectrum of conceivable and historical cases of panic... more →
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New from Moloko+: Herbst In Peking – Kismet Radio Kismet Radio, Herbst In Peking’s latest album, was released on Moloko Plus in January 2020. The 50-minute CD, packaged in a handsome gatefold sleeve and accompanied by an 8-page booklet, has for a motto Paul Celan’s line “There are still songs to be sung, on the... more →
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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... more →
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Herbst In Peking - Maritime Noir MARITIME NOIR is a poetic effort to meditate on Freedom, knowing that Freedom will never come… The 5-track CD opens with Bert Papenfuß’s poem ‘Es gibt keine Freiheit’ read in Rex Joswig’s dark and mesmerising voice and set to music by Joswig’s band Herbst In Peking. Once the hawsers of this Moloko Plus release have... more →
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Herbst In Peking - Maritime Noir MARITIME NOIR is a poetic effort to meditate on Freedom, knowing that Freedom will never come... The 5-track CD opens with Bert Papenfuß’s poem ‘Es gibt keine Freiheit’ read in Rex Joswig’s dark and mesmerising voice and set to music by Joswig’s band Herbst In Peking... more →
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Named after Charles Baudelaire’s controversial volume of poetry (first published in 1857), this 1999 CD is an intoxicating dub/remix album. Half of the remixes were done by members of HIP themselves and the other half by like-minded friends of Column One, Mimetic... more →
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German writer Jürgen Ploog worked as an airline pilot for 33 years. Transience and crossing borders were integral to his existence and writings until his death at the age of 85 in 2020. Ploog’s early... more →
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New from Moloko Plus: Various Artists – Being on the Beat German writer Jürgen Ploog worked as an airline pilot for 33 years. Transience and crossing borders were integral to his existence and writings until his death at the age of 85 in 2020. Ploog’s early literary output gravitated naturally to the cut-up method that... more →
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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, ‘something with the Bible’ Roswig added. Papenfuß didn’t feel like working... more →