EP Watch: Breezy – Tragic Mulatto

The moment you read or hear the title of this record is the same moment you come to realise that the artist behind it means to leave her mark. Unyielding and yet playful, expressive with a reserve of ‘more to come’ and the duality that makes this record most powerful is the link between the present and the predecessor. The Tragic Mulatto EP offers an indelible insight into Breezy, who helms her debut EP with majesty and touches of madness.   The first voice you truly bear witness to on this record is Nina Simone. She is waxing on the definition of freedom in her low lyrical tones while Breezy’s mood-setting melodies hum a unison of identification. The present and predecessor. Enter ‘Low Power Mode’, an anthemic swell of a song, the refrain of which is a highlight of the entire EP. Backed by stark keys and a simple but...

Roland Satterwhite – “Prison Cell” | Domicilium

Roland’s performance at Domicilium was a touching demonstration of his evokative songwriting and blue grass influenced rhythms. Follow Roland’s Band, Tolyqyn. Camera: Marc Seestaedt, whose work can be found on his website. Thanks so much for checking out this performance. We are constantly trying to improve. With the help of people like you, we can do so even faster. Support us by joining our Patreon.

EP Watch: Kojey Radical – 97:Pure

Keep your ears peeled. Kojey Radical is staking his claim as one of the most formidable emcees in the UK. His EP release 97:Pure is more of a double single that acts as a wake-up call to those sleeping on his gruffness. Sitting at the intersection of hip-hop, grime and spoken word Kojey is carving out his space and what a space it is.   97   With the wave of 90s nostalgia still prominent and pervasive, Kojey kicks off this release with an anthem the tagline of which is ‘I’m bout it bout it like it’s 1997’. The song is a meandering celebration that moves from Kojey’s brazen call that ‘all young kings get beheaded’ a veiled reference to the Basquiat piece ‘Most Kings’ all the way to his hushed self-representation in the first verse. The musical motif that acts as a backbone to the song is a high...

Mary V. – “With Frank Sinatra” | Domicilium

Mary V. is a song writer with an old soul. Her quirky lyricism manages to amuse and cut deep within a single measure. Her performance at Domicilium was deeply moving and colored by the love story she lived while she was visiting her home state of Washington. Camera: Marc Seestaedt, whose work can be found at https://www.marcseestaedt.de. Domicilium happens every second Tuesday of the month. If you’re in Berlin, come through for a warm, welcoming night of incredible artistry.

Mary V. – “All I Can Do” | Domicilium

Mary V. is a song writer with an old soul. Her quirky lyricism manages to amuse and cut deep within a single measure. Her performance at Domicilium was deeply moving and colored by the love story she lived while she was visiting her home state of Washington. Camera: Marc Seestaedt, whose work can be found at https://www.marcseestaedt.de. Domicilium happens every second Tuesday of the month. If you’re in Berlin, come through for a warm, welcoming night of incredible artistry.  

Breezy – “Queens” | Domicilium

Breezy closed out her set with the dedication to her influences called “Queens”. At the end, she had the whole audience chanting the refrain in the final verse. It was a magical way to end the first half of Domicilium that night. You can buy Breezy’s album on Bandcamp. She is currently touring her EP across the east coast of the U.S., so keep up to date with that by following her on Facebook or Instagram. Sara Herrlander is our talented videographer, and she does all manner of incredible work. She can be found on her website or Instagram. We’ll be updating our Youtube channel very regularly with a diverse array of content representing the Berlin community. Don’t forget to subscribe if you like the vibe. Thanks for watching! Next Domicilium is on 11/12.

Breezy – “Low Power Mode” | Domicilium

Breezy’s performance of her heartfelt track “Low Power Mode” was dynamic and engaging. This one is a must watch. You can buy Breezy’s album on Bandcamp. She is currently touring her EP across the east coast of the U.S., so keep up to date with that by following her on Facebook or Instagram. Sara Herrlander is our talented videographer, and she does all manner of incredible work. She can be found on her website or Instagram. We’ll be updating our Youtube channel very regularly with a diverse array of content representing the Berlin community. Don’t forget to subscribe if you like the vibe. Thanks for watching! Next Domicilium is on 11/12.

Breezy – “Get Ready” | Domicilium

Breezy came through to Domicilium in October, and she gave us one hell of a set. “Get Ready” is a Motown influenced jam and a personal call to action off of her “Tragic Mulatto EP“. Performed with the infectious energy that comes with the Breezy vibe, the audience had a blast with this track. We’ll be releasing three videos from her set at Domicilium during the week, so keep your eyes peeled. You can buy Breezy’s album on Bandcamp. She is currently touring her EP across the east coast of the U.S., so keep up to date with that by following her on Facebook or Instagram. Sara Herrlander is our talented videographer, and she does all manner of incredible work. She can be found on her website or Instagram. We’ll be updating our Youtube channel very regularly with a diverse array of content representing the Berlin community. Don’t forget to subscribe if...

B.U. Mixtape #001

This is the first in a long line of Berlin Untelevised mixtapes. Each artist will be releasing full length projects in the near future under the Berlin Untelevised label. For now, we bequeath a small taste of their essence upon you in the form of this medley of gorgeous sounds. Each track is different than the last. Genre is no limitation. We strive to support creators whose work challenges. This would not have been possible without the continued support from local Berlin musicians and the many hands who have supported and encouraged us along the way. Stay tuned for the tsunami moves. credits released April 1, 2018 Thanks to all creators and contributors. Thanks to all supporters and professionals who lent us their time and ears. Thanks to you for finding your way here.

Protein Coated Sadness by Scar Polish (Live on The DubTalk)

For December’s installment of The DubTalk, Scar Polish visited the K12 and gave us the honor of being the first to record his latest material. “Protein Coated Sadness” is one of three tracks he played for us. It speaks for itself. Shot and Edited by Kyle Ferguson Music by Scar Polish