Clifton Bailey, better known as Capleton, loves fire; one needs only to attend his live show to know that. And the Jamaican dancehall legend, now 51 years old, sure brought fire to YAAM on Thursday, Aug. 16.
“Reggae in Wedding,” which takes place on the last Thursday of each month, has become a staple in my monthly musical intake. For the past year, the event has been run by Black Mountain Sound System and co-hosted with Genys, both of whom have been DJing Jamaican-influenced music in different capacities for years.
Damien Tran and Marion Jdanoff are two French artists who together make Palefroi, an art collective based in Berlin. The duo is currently exhibiting their first solo show in Germany at Urban Spree Galerie where they recently finished their residency. The exhibition, “Étalage,” showcases their experimentation and collaboration, encompassing all parts of their practice from drawing and painting to animation and sculpture.
With the Month of Contemporary Music just around the corner in Berlin, atonal music made unexpected headlines last week. Germany’s national railway company Deutsche Bahn (DB) which also operates the Berlin S-Bahn, announced plans to play atonal music at the Hermannstraße S-Bahn station.
Jens Kuhn, commonly known by his pseudonym Lowtec, has been a fixture in the German electronic music scene for the last two decades. As well as producing music, Kuhn is also the founder of Out To Lunch and Workshop, releasing experimental and wistful house music for the in-between stages of the night.