The second part of our musical ping-pong begins in New York and swings through the underground clubs to unusual 5/4 time, tells of a blind multi-instrumentalist, abandoned nuclear power plants and finally floats through folky Turkish-Ottoman soundscapes.
What is an original, what is a copy and by whom? No matter. Whoever covers well is right!
Focus on albums that are new & undiscovered to me, those albums that are inspiring & encourage you to listen to more of the artist’s music.
How can regular airing become fun for students in times of pandemic?
A special feature about music from Ethiopia starting with the “Father of Ethio-Jazz” but reaching out beyond into contemporary tunes.
A mixtape, for all who have to struggle with tough thoughts and the story behind it.
My most favorite Bob Dylan songs about trials, murder and social injustice.
…this land is my land. Rage against racism, nationalism, and anti-Semitism? The playlist features German bands, who raise their voices …
What made the Canyon neighborhood so special in the 60s — 70s? And what’s Jonathan Wilsons role in the early 2010s renaissance? Including a handpicked playlist with songs from then and now.
…that day I’ll always remember, yes I will: Discover some great cover versions of this psychedelic soul classic ‘Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone’.
From Bach to Prodigy to Tina Turner to Queen to Gloria Gaynor. I asked random people for their favorite “Superpower Song” on TEDxBerlin.
“The siren called beyond the treeline with another one for the caves and in the tarn beyond those birches there’s a spirit that I crave.”
This is a brand new Beyond Tape series with a back-to-back-compilation where one track will be the inspiration of the next one. From famous Jazz venues and massive beards over to field recordings and hard live jams in Japan.
Got a short attention span? Then you’re wrong here. Also, you’re perfectly right here. Have you ever wondered why most songs are about 3 to 4 minutes long in the first place?
The first article and playlist for Beyond Tape became a matter of the heart: The Blues.
For our first project we thought about our favorite darling, the Blues: What is it that we enjoy so much about this genre?