You can help fight back with love.
Listening to Roosevelt go through their set, drinking up their beats and loops and the atmosphere, I thought of hits I very much enjoy by Daft Punk, The Temper Trap and 2000s Depeche Mode, and also specifically the Alex Adair remix of Jessie Ware’s “Say You Love Me,” which I obsessively listened to for a few days after a dear friend showed it to me.
This Saturday, our glocal photographer Stefan Hopf and I went to City Crash 6.0, an urban arts festival at Werk 2 in Connewitz. There were a few artists working live, a fashion show, a gothic-themed exhibition, and plenty of daring photography. These were some of the highlights we found, presented via Stefan’s sharp and creative lens.
The whole shebang (a stop on the “Ben & Jerry’s Movie Nights” tour) starts at 7 p.m. at Werk 2 in Connewitz. The movie showing itself begins when the sun goes down, around 10 p.m. And oh, the movie? (500) Days of Summer.
What if you randomly got to hang out with your favorite band?
For last weekend, we announced that Germany’s first professional wheelchair-skater, David Lebuser, was coming to Leipzig to give a workshop at Conne Island. We found that pretty cool, so our glocal photographer Stefan Hopf stopped by to bring us a glimpse into the action. Here’s the result.