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* SoLiDaRiDaNcE #9SoLiDaRiDaNcE #9

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Jockel Biergarten, Ratiborstraße 14c, Berlin-Neuköllm Info-Event und Soli-Party fürs Festival gegen Rassismus (4. - 6. September) in Berlin. 20h Aktuelle Infos zum Festival gegen Rassismus - Wie könnt ihr unterstützen? ab 20.30h live acts: ++ Çığır (Singer-Songrapper und türkische Protestmusik) ++ Attanis: Attan Tanzgruppe Berlin ++ Lucia Vargas / Karen Tovar desde Colombia ( LUCIA VARGAS RAP ART-01) ab 23.00h DJ*anes: ++ Masta Sai (dari, 3arabi, kurdi, hindi, turki,pashto, latin, urdu, dancehall & hip hop dance vibes) ++ k*mu (electro) Mit leckerem Büffet! Eintritt: Spende

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* Hot Topic vs. Expatriarch Gen.Hot Topic vs. Expatriarch Gen.

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Hot Topic vs. Expatriarch Generations Since 2010, with its radio show and events, Expatriarch has explored the terms “gender” and “genre” within Berlin’s music landscape, and now, the related concept of “generations”. Expatriarch Generations is a series in which established artists select, introduce and support newcomers to guide their careers in music. This edition welcomes singer-songwriter (and author) Christiane Rösinger, who has chosen duo Normal Love as her newcomer act. Rösinger has remained an important figure in Berlin’s music scene since the 90s, initially with her bands the Lassie Singers and Britta. Aside from a solo album, writing three books and contributing to several respected newspapers, Rösinger has hosted the long-running Flittchenbar to showcase local talent live, making her a perfect fit for the Expatriarch Generations concept. Normal Love are already familiar to a few Berliners in the underground loop, but now they are getting ready for a wider audience as they put finishing touches on their first album, set for release later this year. Pauline Boudry and Ben Kaan first met in Nina Hagen’s former rehearsal room and soon found a common interest in danceable indie sounds and the work of queer artist Jack Smith, whose 1963 film inspired the band’s name. This month, you can watch Christiane Rösinger and Normal Love discuss the practicalities and pitfalls of being an independent musician in their video dialog on Exberliner (“Berlin in English since 2002”) and Intro (“Das Magazin für Pop, Kultur, Life, Style”), and catch them both live: July 17, 23:00 at SchwuZ Live: Normal Love, Christiane Rösinger DJs: Lauren Flax, Joey Hansom & more TBA

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