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Indie Pop’s got the Blues in Leipzig

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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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“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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From Chemnitz to the world of Balkan music

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Tino Grasselt in action at DJ in Baikaltrain Disco, UT Connewitz. (Photo: Andreas Lamm)
Tino Grasselt in action at DJ in Baikaltrain Disco, UT Connewitz. (Photo: Andreas Lamm)

“If you have any problems, you can come to my clinic and I’ll give you some Balkan herbs to cure them.” In other words: music and dance are medicine! Read our backstage story and find out how to win two tickets to attend the next Baikaltrain Disco at UT Connewitz (6 Oct).

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Baikaltrain Disco: a taste of the East

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Tino Grasselt and Peter Lau, the founders of Baikaltrain Disco, Balkan music evenings in Leipzig. (Photo: Andreas Lamm)
Tino Grasselt and Peter Lau, the founders of Baikaltrain Disco, Balkan music evenings in Leipzig. (Photo: Andreas Lamm)

A stormy ride in the wild zigzag course from Balkan to Baikal, from Bucharest to Moscow! Next stop: 13 May at UT Connewitz.

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A spontaneous night out in Connewitz

in Culture / Entertainment/Leipzig/Music/Party
The inside of UT Connewitz before the detektor.fm concert Saturday night. Photo by A. Ribeiro.

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.

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