The Field: Show Preview

Berlin-by-way-of-Stockholm producer Axel Willner records and performs as the Field, creating ambiance-swathed, Krautrock-influenced tech-house. But Willner doesn't play the field; he's a serial monogamist….

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Anika: Show Preview

Germany's Anika is a study in paradoxes. Her lyrics convey desperation and self-erasure as she delivers them in an unflappable monotone. She's among a…

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Re-Sounding

We understand a certain hesitance toward experimental music performances: Nobody wants to squat in a damp culvert listening to cats scream for 36 hours…

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Germany? Really? Cool!

This one's blowing our minds like a plastic bag on a windy day: all over the place. “Our Soldiers' Stories: The Civil Rights Struggle,…

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Sea of Dreams: Show Preview

For those awash in celebration, those drowning in champagne, AnonEvents, Sunset Promotions, and An-Ten-Nae present Sea of Dreams, a “GalaxSea of New Year's Eve-O-Lution.”…

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Oceans of Bass

For those awash in celebration, those drowning in champagne, AnonEvents, Sunset Promotions, and An-Ten-Nae present Sea of Dreams, a “GalaxSea of New Year's Eve-O-Lution.”…

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Bookworms

To FAIR patriarch John Tanton, The Camp of the Saints, a 1973 apocalyptic book by French novelist Jean Raspail, stimulates honest discussion. The graphic…

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Life Is …

Picture this: Berlin, circa 1928. The Great War is a distant memory, and the Nazis a freak show simmering on the fringe. An uptick…

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You Big Brut!

Weimar, Weimar, Weimar. From where we sit, we see a lot of artists fixated on the shadowy, sexualized drama of Berlin nightlife immediately pre-Nazi…

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