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INTERVIEW! Ahead of his show on Oct 24 at Funkhaus, Scott Morgan aka Loscil talks his latest album "Equivalents", contrasting computer-driven music with nature and how his native Vancouver inspires his eerie soundscapes. Read more

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Embodying the Korean motto passed down by his parents, hard work pays off, lawyer and soon to be first Korean-German notary Dr. Chung-hun aka Chuna Kim is bridging the gap between his bicultural values with the new life outlook he acquired in Berlin. Read more

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INTERVIEW! We caught producer Max Cooper before his show at Silent Green Kulturquartier on Oct 23 to chat about the beauty of nature, visualising the infinite and why it's the human condition to always be yearning for more. Read more

Interviews & Portraits

Known among her golf mates as 'Lady Han', the mother-of-two left Seoul in an ocean of tears in 1970 to work as a nurse in Berlin's understaffed hospitals. Now retired, Han tells us her surprising Berlin life story and why she's here to stay. Read more

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INTERVIEW! Ahead of The Divine Comedy's Admiralspalast concert on Oct 23 for new album "Office Politics", the group's founder, Irish musician Neil Hannon, talks letting his experimental side shine through and why this is his most nostalgic record. Read more

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INTERVIEW! With a new album and upcoming show at the Volksbühne on Oct 21, we catch psychedelic rockers Moon Duo to chat about their new sound and the sense of collectivity, self-expression, and acceptance that drew them into new-age disco. Read more

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INTERVIEW! With her latest play, Virginia Woolf's "Orlando", now showing at the Schaubühne, director Katie Mitchell opens up about staging the feminist classic, being radical and shifting between the UK and Germany. Catch it Oct 25, 26, and 27. Read more

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INTERVIEW! Ahead of her debut album release "This Was Inevitable" and concert on Oct 19 at a Neukölln venue named after an obsolete web browser, Rachel Glassberg of Glassberg & The Disasters tells us the inspiration behind her yarn-weaving tracks. Read more

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INTERVIEW! "Joker" hits Berlin screens on Oct 10, we met director Todd Phillips to find out more about his deep dive character study on the demented clown prince of crime, working with Joaquin Phoenix and his take on whether he made a political film. Read more

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INTERVIEW! The acclaimed performer is in Berlin for "A 24-Decade History of Popular Music", opening Oct 10 at Berliner Festspiele. Before curtain up Mac talks trials and tribulations of the marathon show, American politics and drag... Read more

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From Gastarbeiter to expats, from Kbeauty to Kpop: Welcome to Berlin's Korea town! Meet the Haupstadt's Korean nurses and notaries, the jet setting creatives and kimchi royalty, find out where to get your Korean food, film, fashion and more. Out now! Read more

Features

INTERVIEW! It was just a board and the street when Lennie Burmeister started skating in 1988, now a skateboarding veteran he tells us how the Berlin scene has changed, his favourite city skating spots and the story behind his “Vision Psycho Stick”. Read more

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Presenting her debut novel, "It Would Be Night in Caracas", on Sep 20, 21:00 at CHB, the Venezuelan journalist explains its major themes of loss of homeland and identity. Read more

What's On

INTERVIEW! Scandal! Myth! Modernism! wraps up at the Bröhan Museum on Sep 15, its curator Anna Großkopf tells us more about Berlin's 19th century art rebels, the museum and upcoming shows. Read more

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Ahead of his talk on Sep 13, 19:30, at the James-Simon-Galerie, we get the low-down on the author at the forefront of climate-change literature. Read more

What's On

INTERVIEW! As Volksbühne's new season kicks off on Sep 12 with "An Odyssee", its interim director Klaus Dörr opens up about how he saved the embattled institution from the brink of bankruptcy. Read more

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INTERVIEW! Playing on Sep 12 at Festaal Kreuzberg as part of an upcoming tour for new album Ah! Quel Cinéma!, the timeless pop duo cranking out multilingual rock chansons since the 1990s explain their backwards approach. Read more

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Ahead of her performance at the Philharmonie with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, Dutch vocalist Nora Fischer reflects on occupying the netherworld between classical and pop music. Catch it on Sep 5. Read more

Concerts & Parties

INTERVIEW! Nadav Lapid’s Berlinale Golden Bear winner Synonyms is a formally bold, thematically provocative study of a charismatic young Israeli man who renounces his troubled homeland and embraces a bohemian life in Paris. It opens Sep 5. Read more

Film

Berlin is scooting towards the e-revolution – or is it? EXB investigates how the "Verkehrswende" is coming along. Also in this issue: e-scooters tested, the local skating scene revisited and September's book, film and art fests previewed! Out now! Read more

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