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Bonobo and the music

Bonobo lights up Tollwood's Musik Arena, photo Andreas Gerrit Müller

Just before the Bonobo concert I was asked the question "how is it going to be... his music is so chilled". I considered this a valid question, looking around to find myself in the dark and crowded hall of the Musik Arena at Tollwood Sommerfest, with a stifled air and atmosphere, far from any lounge coziness. This doubt however, lasted only until Simon Green, aka Bonobo, appeared and took over the center stage, melting the perfect sound of the opening track "Cirrus" with electro blue light.

The facts about Bonobo are simple - a British DJ, producer and musician who has been around since 1999, and so far has produced five successful studio...

Morcheeba in Munich - a swan-like star with a velvet voice

Singer Skye Edwards visiting from another world, photo Simon Bayne
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Mafalda, a 50 years old little girl

Mafalda comic cartoon art by Quino


This year is the 50th anniversary of "Mafalda", the main character of one of the most important comics of Argentina in the world. The author,...

Pussy Riot wants more russians on the Magnitsky List

Nadya Tolokonnikova of Pussy Riot
Members of the Russian punk protest group Pussy Riot appeared with lawmakers on Capitol Hill, Washington, USA, on Tuesday to ask that new names be...

International Children and Youth Animation Film Festival at Croatia


Varazdin is a city in North Croatia, north of Zagreb, whose centre is near Drava River. It is mainly known for its baroque buildings, music, textile,...

Arrivederci Leopolis, the Lions War - The Great War is not yet over

Arrivederci Leolpolis, Lion´s War by George Perantoni depicts the world in a war that goes on till today
Beginning his story Arrivederci Leopolis, The Lion´s War on September 11, 2001, with the Twin Towers attack, George Perantoni and co writer Sam Ivey,...

García Márquez, master of magical realism and Nobel winner, dies aged 87

Literature Nobel Prize 1982, Gabriel García Marquez, died at 87
Gabriel García Márquez, the Colombian novelist author of "One Hundred Years of Solitude", died on Thursday at his home in Mexico City. He was 87. His...

Pop Art is here to stay

Andy Warhol version of the Campbell´s Soup Can
Over half a century after the first appearance of Pop Art, the movement is still in force like the first day it began. It emerged in the mid-1950 in...

Bleech Me

Bleeching Munich - was it a whitewash?
Being thirty minutes late for a club concert and when entering finding the club still empty, normally isn't quite a good sign. Not if the performing...

Remembering Gabriel García Márquez

García Márquez best seller
He left this world Thursday 17, April of 2014 wrapped in yellow butterflies, like the ones that preceeds the appearances of Mauricio Babilonia in "One...

Migrantas: Pictograms as an intercultural language

Pictograms are exposed on public places
Mobility, migration and transculturality are not the exception in our world, but are instead becoming the rule. Nevertheless, migrant women and their...

Elephant Rider, 30 minutes daily speed paint by Nalter

Elephant Rider, 30 minutes for daily speed paint by Nalter
Elephant Rider by ilustrator Nacho Malter

Luxor African Film Festival 2014

Opening Ceremony at LAFF honores Danny Glover and his brazilian wife Eliane Cavalleiro
There is no doubt that organizing an international film festival during the current sociopolitical situation in Egypt is a great challenge security...

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