Choosing Berlin and having more than one alias is not everything that Arsy and Christopher Rau – who contributed the last TISSUE mix – have in common. On top, both are mates and share their mutual love for electronic music, which comes along rather quirky and free-spirited than polished and crowd-pleasing. Moving to Berlin and […]
Mixtape 69 by Arsy 1 Premiering September 9, 5pm on radio80k.de The picture to this mix is taken from Tim Bruening’s Bucharest Impressions. Visitez: www.radio80k.de
There are many reasons why musicians choose to release under more than just one moniker. For some it simply has practical reasons. For others, like Christopher Rau, it’s pure fandom. The former-Hamburg-now-Berlin-based producer has always been fascinated by fellow sound geeks like Polarius aka Nomad Ninja aka Legowelt – these are, by the way, only […]
We sent Tim Bruening to Telekom Electronic Beats Festival in Bucharest to photograph Umfang for a feature in the upcoming TISSUE No. 666fff. From probably the biggest collection of minerals to dinosaurs to the craziest shop ever — see photos and read about his trip to the city here.
Mixtape 68 by Christopher Rau Premiering August 11 10pm on radio80k.de The picture to this mix is taken from Nika Arkhiv’s contribution to TISSUE N°666FFF to be released in November 2019 in Tokyo. Pause. [Innehalten] Visitez: www.radio80k.de
While salty drops were dripping on the eastern German ground, caused by broken hearts and caged minds, creativity was rising from the ashes of post-war Deutschlands de- and repression. Spunky aka Reinhard Spunkner grew up in Dresden, one of the GDR’s epicentres. The father of two sons has gained reputation not only as a DJ […]
Martin Eder’s series Martyrium depicts naked artists and actors posing in different ways which connect to the notion of zeitgeist as well as to art history. In the commonplace these concepts are hardly seen as intertwined. But often noticed as only loosely connected, they share a dialectic entanglement that should not be overlooked. Read more: […]
Don’t call it Dunkeldeutschland. Cause TMM67 by Spunky is gonna put a goddamn smile on your face. A 2-hour-injection of music solely from the German Democratic Republic of the 60s, 70s and 80s. Along goes a cover picture by Martin Eder, taken from the Martyrium series as shown at Galerie EIGEN+ART Leipzig in November 2017. […]