“Berlin” (Used 27 times)
chgrasse on 12/14/2013 at 08:14PM
It's been quite some time since we curated one of our Best Of Breitband Compilations. Finally, here it is: Vol. 6 is ready to go on your player, smartphone, computer or wherever you may listen to music! Best Of Breitband Vol. 6 is a compilation of songs that have been featured on our radio show and podcast "Breitband", a weekly show on new media and digital culture, airing every Saturday at 2pm on German Public Radio Deutschlandradio Kultur. Every week, we play six tracks of music that can only be found on the web, most of it comes with a Creative Commons licence, allowing everyone to share the songs. We hope you will enjoy the 24 songs that are somewhere between Indie, Pop, Electronic, Folk and Hip-Hop.
badpandarecords on 10/23/2012 at 11:00AM
Oskar Schuster is a young composer located in Berlin, Germany. His songs without words evocate a fairytale-world, strange and surreal. Oskar’s soft, elegantly structured compositions evoke certain similarities with such artists as Yann Tiersen and Detektivbyrån, yet evolve into his own captivating soundscapes.
Download "Sneeuwland" below and check out the Bad Panda Records interview after the jump.
badpandarecords on 08/23/2012 at 12:00PM
Another song + video pairing for your Thursday moods, originally released in March. “Neo-unrealistic-pop” one-man project Ghostandthesong is actually one of the most interesting exponents of the Berlin experimental scene. Matthias Kanik released his first split tape together with Chris Rehm, on DZ Tapes (and also available as a free download).
Noise_Problems on 06/25/2012 at 05:36PM
From Berlin´s underground Camera is heavily influenced by 70s Krautrock bands like Neu and Can and have been playing spontaneous guerilla-like shows in U-Bahn stations all over the city. They were at Festsaal Kreuzberg opening up for the mighty Trans Am aswell as several festival appearances including performances with Neu´s very own Michael Rother. Having just debuted an album you should (if in Berlin) try and catch them live by going to one of their shows. The music is psychedelic, hypnotic and intense.
Fortunately they also travel outside the underground tunnels of Berlin and showed up last December in Amsterdam for the Solaris Fest at Plantage Dok. Noise Problems was there and caught it all on´tape. Check out the whole voyage here at the FMA. Camera rules.
planmax on 04/11/2012 at 08:38AM
I used a lot of songs for videos about Berlin and more. I do a walk through the city and the parks. In this case i was looking for music and often the music fits to the pictures. i will go on and shoot more videos and will use more music. But forgive my english, I am not a mothertongue ;-p
So you can read my german Blog at: Berlin Bei Fuss - Wordpress
Join the pictures and the music:
A. Berlin Bei Fuss
Videos on YouTube - Links for FMA-Song
B. Other Cities
C. Other Projects - Website justfolded