Few Berlin neighborhoods exude “cool” like Schillerkiez. Situated in the southern haze of Neukölln, it’s guarded, sealed off: all racing cars on Hermannstraße on one edge and impenetrable nothingness in that daydream-y Tempelhofer Feld on the other. “Stumbling” into Schillerkiez isn’t easy. But I’m heading there today prepared with the Huawei P9 Plus—a phone with … Read more Schillerkiez: One Kiez to Rule Them All?
Today marks the release of Candy Bomber, a rowdy collection of songs cooked up in Berlin by some of the city’s most idiosyncratic musicians. This album, with its evocative artwork depicting the facade of Tempelhof Airport, is quintessentially Berlin: wild, loose and free. It is carnival music for these winter nights. A kaleidoscope of sounds … Read more Candy Bomber Is A Technicolour Tribute From The Berlin Underground