PopXport presents the new album from electronic wizard Schiller. Also, we meet pop singer Femme Schmidt and take in a major European music festival with the one-man solo project And the Golden Choir.
Schiller - The electro-wizard's new album
Christopher von Deylen produces ambient, electronic tracks under the name Schiller. He's already landed four number 1 albums. On his latest work, “Future”, he embarks on a musical journey with many guest singers.
Femme Schmidt - The dark pop princess
Her smoky voice and sultry vibe is Elisa Schmidt’s trademark. Better known as Femme Schmidt, the German singer hopes to make it big with “Raw” – her second album.
And the Golden Choir - Indie from Berlin
Indie pop project And the Golden Choir is a choir with only one member. Musician Tobias Siebert shows us how that works live at the Eurosonic Noorderslag festival in the Netherlands.
HIT: Jamie-Lee Kriewitz - "Ghost"
Jamie-Lee Kriewitz will be representing Germany in this year's Eurovision Song Contest. Television viewers made their choice in a casting show - and picked the 17-year-old singer and her song "Ghost".
TIP: Moderat - "Reminder"
The trio Moderat is composed of musicians from the German electronic music acts Modeselektor and Apparat. To get fans revved up for their upcoming album "III", they've released the single "Reminder". The look of the supporting video is reminiscent of a slightly sinister video game.
CLASSIC: Fragma - "Everytime You Need Me" (2001)
This romantic clip is the perfect escape from a dreary day at the office. With "Everytime You Need Me", German dance project Fragma landed in the European charts fifteen years ago. The single was a particularly big hit in Britain and Finland.