• Violetta Zironi

    Violetta started writing her own songs when she was only 16. A label deal followed quickly but the Italian singer-songwriter realised soon that becoming the next Italian Popstar was not what she was going for. Violetta decided to start over: She hit the road and performed all over Europe sharing […]

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  • lùisa

    Lùisa is only 24 years but already got quiet a career to look back at: Signed by Canada’s biggest independent music company – Nettwerk Music – the Hamburg based singer released two albums featering her incredible voice in English, French and Italian. No wonder lùisa played stages all over Europe […]

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  • Novine

    Berlin based singer-songwriter Novine is pretty fresh in the music business game: Starting off as a background singer Novine began working on her own project playing live gigs all over the city. But the RnB singer also spent some time in the studio working on her very first EP. Her […]

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  • Dennis Lloyd

    His passion for music led Dennis Lloyd to live a life on the road: 10.000 kilometers away from his home Israel, he spent a year in Bangkok to write and produce new music. The plan worked out: “Nevermind” came to live while Dennis was living in Asia. And it doesn’t […]

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  • Kilnamana

    It’ been too long since we last got the pleasure to see our Irish friend End play a show. So we we’re  more than happy, when his new project Kilnamana asked us to join him at his performance in Kultstätte Keller in Berlin Neukölln. And there were definitely dancing vibes […]

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  • Gothic Tropic

    LA based Cecilia Della Peruti aka Gothic Tropic released her new album “Fast or Feast” in May,  proving once again her unique style. After years of playing guitar for everyone else – from Borns to Beck – the Echo Park singer-guitarist is finally focusing on her own music, and hell […]

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  • Jonah

    In 2014 Jonah stroke up an acquaintance with the power of commercials when their track “All We Are” got chosen as the title song of a Vodafone campaign. Over night a lot of people knew their music – and their names. Three years later Angelo Mammone and Christian Steenke are […]

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  • Gurr

    Riot GRRRLs, Gurrlcore, DIY-Berlin-Based Girl Power or simply Garage Pop – there are many terms circulating trying to describe the sound of Andreya Casablanca and Laura Lee. We haven’t completely decicded on our take for the best word to describe the bands unique sound yet. But the two ladies definitely […]

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  • Lydia Cole

    Lydia has made herself a name in the music scene of her homeland New Zealand for the better part of a decade, releasing a handful of EPs and albums. After taking a break from music and working in a coffee shop for a while the Kiwi singer recently started a […]

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  • Coby Grant

    It was one of the rare hot sunny days of a very rainy Berlin summer, when we met Australian singer Coby Grant for the second time to record some music with her. The location could not have been more suitable for the Australian cheerful nature. Placed in bewteen plants in […]

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  • Tom James

    Surfer Tom James was in his element when we shot this session with him in the water garden during a hot summer day on the IGA ground. Enthroned on a big rock and refreshed by the water sprayers  surrounding him we got the chance to enjoy the famous guitar tapping […]

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  • Why Berlin has warmth for everyone

    Diverse, colorful and definitely wild – this is what Berlin is known for all across the world. No wonder since the early 1970s folks from all seven continents

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  • Shandy Mandies

    Recording in a studio where David Bowie and Nick Cave once produced records which made music history is probably every newcomer bands wet dream. So it was a special day for the “African–Influenced–Power–Krauts” aka the Shandy Mandies when we met them in the legendary Hansa Studios in the heart of Berlin. The […]

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  • Kafka Tamura

    Kafka Tamura is a German-British Soundcloud love story: Vocalist Emma Dawkins was only 16 when she started writing songs at her home in Southampton England and put them up on Soundcloud. It wasn’t much later that Patrick Bongers and Gabriel Häuser – two musicians from Leipzig – discovered Emmas work online and were […]

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  • 1000 Gram

    You can’t help but feel like in the middle of a 1990s road movie when listening to “Dances” – the second studio album of the German Swedish band 1000 Gram. Maybe it’s because the four guys have been commuting between Berlin and Gothenburg for the last couple of years – or […]

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  • Pablo Nouvelle

    Architecture and old 60’s movies make great ingredients for a fresh unconventional sound: This is proven by Swiss musician Pablo Nouvelle – AKA Fabio Friedli – who chose his alter ego after being inspired by French architect Jean Nouvel and the Nouvelle Vauge films of the 60’s. Starting off as a Hip-Hop producer Fabio later […]

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