Holofernes was lead singer of "Wir Sind Helden" - a band that put German pop back on the charts. Now the Berlin-based artist has a new solo album "Ich bin das Chaos" - and we get a picture of her own personal chaos.
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.
After years of success with the band "Wir sind Helden" Judith Holofernes launched her solo career in 2014. Now her second album is out: "Ich bin das Chaos", which she is taking on a tour of Germany.
Veteran punk outfit Die Toten Hosen present their new songs live. YouTube trio Ape Crime get serious on their second album. And indie pop from Berlin-based couple Nosoyo.
All bets are off when it comes to guessing who might win the coveted Palme d'Or award in Cannes this year. Critics hope that the rest of the festival might be more interesting.
Writer Feridun Zaimoglu considers Luther a master of the German language. In his latest novel he depicts how Luther translated the New Testament into German while holed up at Wartburg Castle.
Just ahead of the German AIDS Foundation's annual opera gala in Bonn on May 20, the vocalists tell DW why they're participating in this benefit concert.
Arts.21 goes to Wittenberg where Luther triggered the Reformation 500 years ago. We visit international art exhibitions devoted to this controversial religious figure.
The Bundestag is debating a draft law to force social media platforms to delete illegal content more quickly. Critics fear that it is too imprecise and could restrict freedom of speech. The justice minister disagrees.
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