“I consider myself a shy person. And I have learned how to use my words to describe how I am feeling. But I am still learning and growing” Enjoy our sidewalk talk!
“Cinemas was one of the first tracks I wrote in my new studio, which is in my garden – surrounded by trees and plants. I would go outside sometimes for a break and be instinctively drawn to just look at my phone rather than all the beautiful nature around me.” explains Rondo Mo.
It’s midday already, but the under the circumstances the light still remains muted. And this makes for the perfect moment to zone out to Keep On Running, the debut long-player from Swiss avant-pop-rock trio Vsitor.
Atlanta based musician Faye Webster, who is also a passionate photographer, has just released her third studio album ‘Atlanta Millionaires Club’ . The songs on it deal with the feeling of loneliness in the middle of an existing community. “I spend most of my time alone and that’s where these songs come from.” explains Faye to us.
All the happiness we shared through music. All Lollapalooza Berlin fans heads up! The awesome festival *7-8th September 2019* goes into the next round, celebrating its 5th birthday! Yay,…
“My biggest challenge is the life-stuff.” Anna of the North is a native of Gjøvik, Norway. Enjoy our sidewalk talk where she opens up about childhood, struggling with live performance and working with Frank Ocean.
Whatever happens in life, you might reach and you might earn, in the end it´s all about love! This is the positive message of “Highness” whose sound dissolves in good mood beats mixed with the catchy vocals of Donata and Daim.
The setting sun paints all the clouds in pink and I can feel the summer sound. Sun on my skin. Music in my heart. Surrounded by people for one purpose: To enjoy the moment, to feel the sound, to share a special connection. The line-up for this years MELT Festival *19-21 July 2019* is just so incredible
“For me there is no difference between a stranger on a street and a friend; we are all one.”Juicy M knew she was different growing up in Ukraine. Her open-mindedness and interest in unique skills set her apart. Soon after growing up she started having a strong interest in hip-hop DJing and turntablism.
Family is important. It’s a simple concept, even cliche at times. It’s been around forever, but it’s still true. Indie pop artist Manatee Commune drives that point home on his most recent video for “Growing Pains”.
“I love singing live because I feel like I’ve been accepted! I liked the feeling of not always having control over everything, it was a type of freedom.” replies Izzy Bizu when I start our interview with praising her rooftop sessions and live performances.
“I want to be rememberd for being a nice human.”Kevin McHale had his first taste of stardom on the musical comedy-drama television series Glee. Growing up in Texas, he took the first step towards a life in music.
Sophia Bel is the dreamy Montreal songstress redefining pop. Navigating atmospheric soundscapes with textured vocals, her Princess of The Dead, Vol. I EP is an ethereal triumph with hints of feminine punk on the nose. Turning pain into art, Sophia bravely titled the 4-track effort after herself.
Christopher Onah is a photographer based in Lagos, Nigeria and his work focuses on social issues, culture, and everyday rawness of life. He went to the Victoria Island coast line over Easter to capture the Gidi Tribe at West Africa’s biggest music festival, Gidi Culture Fest.
“When you get a busy room, a great soundsystem and your dj technique works for each transition, it’s a great show where ever it is. I like medium room, like 300 to 600 people and I love when the people are closed to me. “