Coming Up Strong (Category)
The category Coming Up Strong gathers portraits of rising young artists.
Coming Up Strong in Features
Music − Portrait | posted 25.05.2021
Looking for the Infinite Loop
Densely packed with details, the sound of SSIEGE strolls along the transitions of the seasons and during the process blurs ultra-saturated pictures with cravings yet unfulfilled. With them, the Italian producer manages to tell dream tales that recur endlessly.
Music − Portrait | posted 14.05.2020
Abstraction with a sea view
Saxophonist Muriel Grossmann reaches abstraction on the Balearic Islands, rides the waves with hard bop and even amazes billionaires with standards. Who is the secret pioneer of the spiritual revival?
Music − Portrait | posted 07.05.2020
Rave in a time capsule
As Roza Terenzi, Australian Katie Campbell turns dance history upside down and brushes over it with jungle breaks and eso-techno. On her debut album »Modern Bliss« she finally lands in the future. Let us introduce you to the producer who attracted attention with releases on Dekmantel, Klasse Wreck, Kalahari Oyster Cult or Butter Sessions in the last years.
Music − Portrait | posted 02.04.2020
Part of his own Movement
Patricia Kokett blends rave with mysticism, futuristic industrial with shamanistic noise, the spirit of Coil with imaginary records from Kompakt Records. The music of the Lithuanian producer Gediminas Jakubka, who turns into Patricia on stage, balances between borders. An attempt at orientation.
Music − Interview | posted 12.05.2014
Jaakko Eino Kalevi
About Love And Other Mental Illnesses
Jaakko Eino Kalevi looks like a stoned angel in a woolie, works as a tram driver and with »No End« he released on of the best songs of 2013. But who is this blonde man from Helsinki? Time to talk to Jaakko about the important things in life. So Jaakko Eino Kalevi , tell us: What do you think about love, how do you wash your laundry and how’s your new EP going to sound? In our conversation Jaakko had all the answers plus a lot of engaging laughter.
Music − Portrait | posted 18.02.2013
The Sound of Deconstruction
When two ex-punk rockers from Leipzig find themselves on Berghain’s stage as »We Have Band’s« warm-up group, performing as an electronic duo some serious deconstruction must have taken place. Deconstruction is the whole approach of the highly conceptual band Deko Deko. Deko Deko stands for Deconstruction of Decoration – the beauty and productivity of dismantling. 10 years of making music together gives Lena Seik and Tristan Schulze a heck of familiarity and artistic compatibility to start taking apart and putting back together.
Music − News | posted 10.05.2021
Exclusive Edition: »Monika / Zabawa«
»Monika / Zabawa«, by the must-discover Polish composer Henryk Debich, will be released on July 23 in a second limited edition available exclusively on HHV Records.
Music − Review | posted 16.06.2021
Released on Music From Memory, the debut from California duo Loveshadow is an album for making love on the beach.
Music − Review | posted 14.06.2021
Like looking up at the starry night sky: Canadian musician Loscil has released a new album, »Clara,« on Kranky.
Music − Portrait | posted 10.06.2021
The influencer's influencer
Peter Adarkwah is the reason why some lives have been changed by J Dilla, why Roy Ayers experienced a second spring and why Japanese jazz albums are reviewed by Pitchfork. In other words: BBE Music turns 25 years this year.
Music − Column | posted 16.06.2021
The Smiths – The Queen Is Dead (1986)
Released in 1986, »The Queen Is Dead« is the culmination of the British band The Smiths’ career, which lasted only five years and four studio albums. It still sounds refreshingly idiosyncratic even after so long.