Of course the new Steinfest isn’t exactly bad. It’s a crime story that Steinfeld attempts to tell by way of association, convoluted observations and meditated reflections. But the story ends up being more interrupted than told by this device. Ok, that’s not exactly fair. But you could say that he succeeds in interrupting his own Continue Reading
Monthly Archives: August 2010
Posted on August 30, 2010 by NADAW
Posted on August 28, 2010 by xhiller
Dubstep made in Germany… subbass concocted by mechanics and by hotcheesecrew some very hot graphics. Started with Skream, Magnetic Man. What was that about Madonna? Drinking tea in Chi Chu, boys in jackets, girls with glasses, music on matchbooks. Windowlickers, party tickers, subbass, below the waist - Dub Steps In…
Posted on August 26, 2010 by xhiller
Posted on August 25, 2010 by xhiller
Posted on August 24, 2010 by xhiller
Berlin is an amazing place sometimes. The amount of green: grass, trees, flowers even weeds is a tribute to all the people who have fought to keep mother nature as one of the city’s most valued residents.
Enjoy the summer days while they last. This blog is also my tribute to the all the people who Continue Reading
Posted on August 22, 2010 by Cagi_Blog
“This is the best place to present your case before the activists” said one of the participants while supporting the claims that the culture of “FGM” (Female Genital Mutilation) is one of the reasons why many African women continue to flee from the continent.
Other discussions that enjoyed the attention of the participants include “the roles Continue Reading
Posted on August 17, 2010 by NADAW
Posted on August 17, 2010 by ahoj666
Posted on August 16, 2010 by natalieg
Inspired by re-visiting the Archive of Youth Culture’s work and publications (see blog post on August 15), I would like to point out two books in the Archive’s vast catalogue of “standardwerke” (German term for definitive work on a subject) on popular culture phenomena.
Today’s recommended reading is FLYER SOZIOTOPE, a 600 page, bi-lingual (German and Continue Reading
Posted on August 12, 2010 by xhiller
The photographic image, whether on paper or the computer screen, is two dimensional. But pumping your legs and making a big upward arc on a swing is a little trip through time and space.
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