Describing their music as "too pretty for indie, too obscene for mainstream," the Berlin musicians headed to the US to record their new album.
The legendary singer-songwriter has some dozen unreleased recordings that he plans to add to his new archival website. He has also graced the big screen as the "Man in the Black Hat" in a new film.
Olga Scheps is one of the world's most up-and-coming piano soloists. Her latest album covers pieces by German dance group Scooter. Scheps told DW what fascinated her about this project.
Jennifer Rostock rock out at small clubs AND at big music festivals. Their mix of punk, alternative rock and electro has won them all kinds of fans. And now, they’ve just released their fifth album.
Edgy, loud – and very successful. Jennifer Rostock are back. Also: “Nature Pop” from the Berlin duo Fahrenhaidt. Plus: new videos from medieval folk-rockers Schandmaul, and the electro-pop band Nod One’s Head.
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