Archive for October, 2006

Austria is taking over!

In opened a Metroblog. And you know, our little brothers and sisters in Austria are a bit weird different from us Germans, but you should still pay them a visit! ;-)

Doc Scott @ Icon

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Doc Scott on the decks @ Icon, Saturday 28th October, 2006.
Additional lineup: Apollo, Bome

Read on:
http://bloghain.de/?p=74
http://www.iconberlin.de/specials/special005.html

Picture by Lars (Icon Berlin)

seen on the street



Unterwäsche Unterschicht?

Verschuldet aus Tradition

Ja, ja, Berlin ist pleite. Inzwischen weiss es jeder, aber ist der Umstand eigentlich ein jüngerer? Eventuell sogar ein Relikt der Wendezeit? Wohl kaum, so beweisst mir dieser Schnippsel Text, den ich gestern in meiner E-Mail fand.

“Berlin! Höre ich den Namen bloß, da muss ich vor Vergnügen lachen.
Wie kann man da für wenig Moos den dicken Wilhelm machen”

Das Zitat stammt von (Der vom Ufer!) aus den 30er Jahren des vergangenen Jahrhunderts.

Und wer es lyrisch mag, der surfe doch gleich weiter zu und stöbert zum Beispiel hier oder auch unter Songbook (Das ist wohl Neudeutsch für Musikarchiv!) in den Stücken zu Berlin rum.

Thomas Pigor kommt übrigens im November und Dezember nochmal hier her.

Birds Birds Birds

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Yesterday I was walking around through my kiez when I recognized a new kind of urban/street art: birds – everywhere. I started to take pictures. Up to now I found 5 birds. Anyone out there who finds some more? Take a pic, upload it anywhere and leave a comment with the link.
So… let the hunting season begin!


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The love is key

Phazer and Math (re)mixing a little bit of house music straight out of Friedrichshain. So enjoy!

And for those of you who didn’t subscribe to their RSS feed yet, they’ll release a new mix every two weeks, so make sure you bookmark or grab that feed!

Berlin Girl #4

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From Friedrichshain. More girls here

Holy Father Suicide Bomber


as seen on Invaliden Strasse ecke Brunnen Strasse at the Foto Shop

A Tribute To Nick Drake

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British folkster Nick Drake’s melancholy, gorgeous, tantalizingly ambiguous songs have been covered often, but not perhaps with the range of interpretive powers and depth of emotional commitment that Acadian Post bring to bear in re-imagining his music. “A Tribute To Nick Drake” – after 5 years of work and preparation the band from Hamburg now plays in Berlin the first time supported by strings in Kunstfabrik Schlot, on november 26th. The event is exclusive: the audience is restricted to 150 persons maximum. There is no excuse to miss this unique concert – the booking of tickets just started, so the chance that tickets are still available is high…

Berlin Lichtenberg Obscured


heading east!

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