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Music (club, pop, rock, Roots, world)
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Hamid Baroudi is a musician of principle, quitting the mega-successful German band the Dissidenten because – somewhat ironically, given their name – the band wouldn’t take a part in anti-Gulf War actions. He became, as he noted, ‘the dissenting Dissident’. Their former lead singer left to follow...

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Hamid Baroudi

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Music (folk)
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‘British folk music’ – once upon a time, the dread phrase would conjure up the image of a serious-looking singer wearing a woolly jumper, trapped in a smoky cellar playing his heart out (for it was probably a man) to three other blokes clutching pints of real ale and a matted dog. Since those...

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Eliza Carthy

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terrorism, war
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Visual Arts (sculpture, video art)
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Jon Kessler’s recent work is indebted to both the Korean video artist Nam June Paik and the Swiss sculptor Jean Tinguely from Basel. His kinetic sculpture ‘The Palace at 4 a.m.’ contains flickering monitors, red surveillance cameras, perforated sheeting, plastic figures, postcards and photographs...

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Krieg, Terrorismus
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Bildende Kunst (Bildhauerei, Videokunst)

Der koreanische Videokünstler Nam June Paik und der für seine beweglichen Skulpturen bekannte Basler Bildhauer Jean Tinguely stehen Pate für Jon Kesslers jüngere Arbeiten. In der kinetischen Skulptur „The Palace at 4 A.M.“ flackern Bildschirme, rotieren Überwachungskameras,...

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Music (Latin Folk)
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Juana Molina became an accidental celebrity, she says, and it took pregnancy for her to realise the error of her ways. Leaving behind the glittering world of TV sit-coms, she pursued her musical muse and is responsible for the creation of some of the most sublime, undefinable music of the present...

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Wasser
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Musik (Latin Folk)

Juana Molina behauptet, sie sei eher zufällig berühmt geworden, und es brauchte eine Schwangerschaft, um ihren Irrtum klarzustellen. Nachdem sie die Glitzerwelt der TV-Sitcoms verließ, verfolgte sie ihre musikalische Muse. Verantworten muss sie seitdem Werke der sublimsten und...

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Juana Molina

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Music (Surf music)
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What is the sound of surf, in reality? In musical terms, it’s crashing cymbals, thrashed tom-toms, twanging guitar and the sound of teenage dreams being fulfilled. The Beach Boys? Bah! With the exception of drummer Dennis, the Wilson brothers never set foot on a beach, and main man Brian would have...

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 The Surfaris

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colonialism, consumerism, deconstruction, exoticism, fantasy, globalisation, Humour, interculturalism, irony
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Music (Exotica)
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What is a tiki? Or rather, ‘Tiki’? In central and eastern Polynesian cultures, a ‘tiki’ is a large humanoid carving. (Experts will ask you to note that the word has not been recorded in the languages of western Polynesia. The exact significance, or indeed insignificance, of this is not known)....

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