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Musketeer in Leipzig: Joseph and the spirit of Jim

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“The billowy white shirt, unbuttoned halfway, and the long, curly brown hair definitely helped to cement the image. However, it was during the plaintive opening strains of my first spin of the newly released single, ‘Kraken,’ that I first thought of Jim.”

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Indie Pop’s got the Blues in Leipzig

in Music/What's on
Exciting indie pop with Black Sea Dahu and supporting act at UT Connewitz on 6 February 2019. (Photo: Paul Märki)
Exciting indie pop with Black Sea Dahu and supporting act at UT Connewitz on 6 February 2019. (Photo: Paul Märki)

Leipzig will be dealt a double-Swiss deal in the shape of indie pop acts Black Sea Dahu and Long Tall Jefferson. Obscure names for two very talented artists, aka Janine Cathrein and Simon Borer, who will be gracing UT Connewitz with sweet handmade music tonight.

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Serving music from a different perspective

in Music/My Leipzig
Barbara Venetikidou, Orchestra Manager of the Saxon Wind Philharmonic, talks about her changing but continuous relationship with music. (Photo: Dan Safier)
Barbara Venetikidou, Orchestra Manager of the Saxon Wind Philharmonic, talks about her changing but continuous relationship with music. (Photo: Dan Safier)

“I was blessed with two very good jobs, which paid my rent and gave me a decent life again. [But] realizing that this was what my life was going to be, I totally freaked out and started thinking what I could do that could be even more creative than making music.”

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Musketeer releases the Kraken, plays in Leipzig

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Musketeer returns to Leipzig. (Photo courtesy of Musketeer)
Musketeer returns to Leipzig. (Photo courtesy of Musketeer)

Two very lucky LeipGlo readers can win tickets to the Musketeer gig at Horns Erben by sharing this article on Facebook before 5 pm on Tuesday, 15 January.

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“An antidote to mindless entertainment”

in Music/What's on

“This year’s edition of TransCentury Update will take its audience on a cosmic rollercoaster ride to the blazing edges of the galaxy, back to the darkest depths of Planet Earth again.”

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Defying boundaries between gig and club

in Concerts/Leipzig/Music
"Off the Grid" - 9 Nov 2018, Leipzig

“The gig and club scenes are two separate worlds that rarely collide, and yet they create the same orgiastic escape designed to satisfy the very core of the human condition: the deep desire to express, unite and belong.” Get to know the new club mjut at Leipzig East during “Off the Grid,” 9 Nov.

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