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Mark Leckey, Circa 87, 2014 (Courtesy: Galerie Buchholz)
Although his oeuvre spans little more than 15 years, British artist Mark Leckey (born in 1964) is already considered a reference for a young generation of artists. After his studies he withdrew from the art world for nearly a decade. In 1999, with the video Fiorucci Made Me [...]

Something Else

A professional skateboarder for almost two decades, Kenny Anderson is a triple dad, and the way he skates in this new clip for CONS is just too unpretentious, too effortless. What’s more, he’s going to be doing his thing in Berlin, later on tonight (free entrance, more info: see image below).

One Night In Berlin

Just in case you’re feeling that Berlin winter blues already: go out at night, and go underground.

Our Arrangement Hasn’t Changed

So much goodness floating around these days, we have to get rid of some early year-end love: Amen Dunes has a new video (below) and plays Berlin and Cologne next week (plus, Son Lux will also be in town), Run The Jewels 2 is Murder Mayhem Melodic Music indeed, Efterklang’s Vincent Moon-produced The Last Concert [...]

The dancing ants song

Choreography friendly OK Go are pressing for a new benchmark in the self established genre of gadget fueled music videos. The band synchs on segway-type seats to form what could be Latvian folklore dances, filmed by omniscient camera drones, zooming out to kaleidoscope views of people as picture elements. Look at those cute little digital ants.
Not [...]


FKA twigs. Ever since the release of her LP1, she’s been the proverbial girl of the moment. Much as Gaga embodied the flamboyent sexual decadence of the late 2000s, twigs channels a youth current, one steeped in a digital atavism, a subculture revealed as transhumanism.
“#throughlookglass” is perfect match between artist and subject. FKA tweaks GoogleGlass’ promise of [...]

The Breezeway

While Mr. D. Shrigley has been busy making tunes recently, November also sees the return of the mighty Shabazz… (Berghain Kantine, Nov. 14), and by the way: the new video to “Motion Sickness” is epic indeed.

Swim Team

Arms and Sleepers, a heavily underrated, Boston-based duo comprised of Max Lewis and Mirza Ramic, are about to release their new, surprisingly beats-n-synths-heavy album Swim Team later this month, and right after that, they’ll be on tour over here in Europe:
Arms and Sleepers live:
05 Nov :: London, UK :: Cargo
06 Nov :: Manchester, UK :: [...]


Kindness, the solo project of British singer Adam Brainbridge, announced his second album Otherness and shared a new song called This Is Not About Us. Besides that it is a cool 80’s-throwback track, the video is dominated by the simple style and the absolutely brilliant choreography that is performed by Brainbridge and the second person [...]


“I mean, how you engender line, and the qualities you imbue this engendering moment with, are up to the individual artist. That’s what creates distinct performances.” says acclaimed choreographer William Forsythe. From legendary ballet dancer Sylvie Guillem’s perfect pirouettes to the charcoal lines, tables and ropes, Forsythe has been creating astonishing moments with bodies.
Nowadays, bodies are [...]