"I prefer darker voices," says singer-songwriter Andrea Schroeder, who makes music with a melancholy edge.
An increasing number of Syrian musicians are taking center-stage in Germany. One of them is Fattouch, named after a popular Middle-Eastern salad. Their music tosses together the best of East and West.
Germans probably don't need to be convinced that Udo Lindenberg is a rock legend, but as a Deutschrock pioneer, he's remained somewhat anonymous outside German-speaking countries. Here's why you have to know who he is.
On this week's show: rap star Marteria's brand new album, "Roswell;" singer-songwriter-musician Judith Holofernes; and a great new art pop band called Giant Rooks. Plus: the new live album from Rammstein.
"Rammstein: Paris" -- the new concert film by one of Germany's most notorious bands. Tokio Hotel is now touring Europe with songs from their new album. And the second album from the electro-folk duo Milky Chance.
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