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#sowelisten the majority says „run alone“

sometimes it feels like we’re running all alone against all odds, against our selves, against, well, a wall that actually isn’t there, but feels very real. sometimes we run alone just because the quietness & solitude feels good for a moment. the majority says, however, kind of substitute the ‚alone‘ and the connotation of escaping […]

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#sowelisten agnes obel

no, it is not brand new or hip and happening, but for us it is. since almost 2,5 years agnes obel’s album philharmonics has been a part of our everyday lives. and i mean EVERY DAY. her music is the only music that our little boy wants to hear while falling asleep. whenever it’s time […]

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#sowelisten : tomorrow’s modern boxes – thom yorke

a short while ago i came across a review of thom yorke’s latest record „tomorrow’s modern boxes“ in a german music zine. i had just listened to the album and was already hooked. the fragile tunes and fragments versus the strong pulse vibrating from the confidence the individual tracks confer. yes, confidence. confidence in artistic […]

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