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Kurz vorm Ende der Welt: Ami Warning on Family Ties and Producing her Mixtape

Just before the End of the World, loosely translates the title of Ami Warning’s new record 'Kurz vorm Ende der Welt'. It is the fourth record of the young Munich-based artist and the first one that she entirely self-produced. Over the course of the pandemic, she crafted songs that are uniquely hers and fuses the various genres that influence her style topped with the coolness of the German lyrics.
Sophia Blenda

Sophia Blenda Fights Off Fear On Storming New Album “Die Neue Heiterkeit”

Light and dark dance on the sweeping, experimentally orchestral debut solo album from the Culk frontwoman Sophie Löw. "Die Neue Heiterkeit" explores themes of anxiety and oppression, but also finds remedy in community and hope. We spoke to the artist to peek behind the curtain of the soundscape and themes that Sophia Blenda explores.

Mali Magic: Fatoumata Diawara on the Role of Women in Mali’s Music Industry

'Maliba', the new EP release of the Mali-born singer Fatoumata Diawara is a special release. it was created as part of the 'Mali Magic' heritage project highlighting art and tradition from the north African country. Following its release, we caught the singer on zoom to chat about the project and her role in the Malian music tradition and contemporary scene.
Mansions & Millions

Label In Focus: Mansions & Millions Carving Out A Niche In Berlin

The Neukölln label has become a place where alternative pop artists from the German capital and beyond can bloom, and a symbol of a sound embedded in the city's music scene. We spoke to founder Anton Teichmann, and some of their artists, to talk the past, present and future of Mansions & Millions.