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.

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.  

Victoria Priest/Punkulele – “Tiny Little Thing” | Domicilium

This is the final song in the set performed by Victoria Priest when she graced the stage at Domicilium. “Tiny Little Thing” is a raunchy punk influenced sex song. This short and spunky little performance was the perfect conclusion to her passionate set. We hope you enjoy her energy as much as the audience did. Keep up with Victoria and her many projects by following her on Instagram or liking her Facebook page. 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.

Victoria Priest/Punkulele – “One More Chance” | Domicilium

This is the second song in the set performed by Victoria Priest when she graced the stage at Domicilium. “One More Chance” is a passionate cry for forgiveness in the wake of heartbreak.  The performance swells into a crescendo of vocal pleas to the lost lover that shook the audience. We hope you enjoy her energy as much as the audience did. Keep up with Victoria and her many projects by following her on Instagram or liking her Facebook page. 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.

Victoria Priest/Punkulele – “What You Paid for Me” | Domicilium

In the coming days, we’ll be posting all three songs performed by Victoria Priest when she graced the stage at Domicilium. Her opening track “What You Paid for Me” is a haunting meditation on love and the risks entailed in allowing one’s self to do such a thing.  She started the set off slowly, easing the audience into her world of Punkulele style. After a quiet, slow first verse, Victoria exploded into a fury that ebbed and flowed throughout the performance. We hope you enjoy her energy as much as the audience did. Keep up with Victoria and her many projects by following her on Instagram or liking her Facebook page. 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...

[Teaser] The DubTalk Season 3 Premier

We have been working hard to make this season something special. We’ll be sharing the first episode with y’all come Sunday. Here is the second taste of what’s to come. We’re going to be trying out the new Premier feature on YouTube, so you will be able to watch the video with us when it comes out. That means you’ll be able to chat with us about what’s going on and maybe even give us feedback on the show. Would love to have you there!  

The DubTalk ft. Lizzy and the Palm

Elisabeth Mulroy is the final guest on this season of The DubTalk. When on stage, she goes by the name Lizzy and The Palm, because she does not feel she is alone in her artistic creation. Like many of us caught up in the creative process, Lizzy often feels the presence of a force which endows her with the ability to create music with a genuine passion. She has playfully named this force The Palm, but as she so wonderfully says in our conversation, she hesitates to confine this presence to one word because that excludes it from being everything else, which it also is. Throughout this episode of The DubTalk, we talk to Lizzy about the first time she became acquainted with this force and how she has learned to appreciate it and include it in her life and music. She has come a long way from the city in...

The DubTalk ft. FRASE pt. 2

From the moment Knockout Knob and Elpenor heard FRASE’s vocal texture breeze through the little box they’d set him up on, we knew we had to talk to him. He is everything we admire in an artist. He’s hardworking, dedicated, and more importantly genuine. Episode seven starts with a rough track idea that FRASE had been working on at the time called “White Cone”. We spent 12 minutes composing and recording what ended up being a soultastic jam that leads into a seventh episode full of insight from FRASE about musicianship, travelling, and what it means to be on tour and not have a true “home”. You won’t want to miss this double whammy. You can find FRASE on his website or on the Facetyfacespace.

The DubTalk ft. FRASE pt. 1

FRASE didn’t have any original songs that he wanted to perform, because we all ended getting so deep into the vibe of our jam. It was hard to remember that we were supposed to be interviewing the guy and not just making beautiful music with him. As a result, we recorded for over three hours and had so much material that we couldn’t just give FRASE a single episode. In episode six, we highlighted the music that we produced in the short three hours with FRASE. Episode seven starts with a rough track idea that FRASE had been working on at the time called “White Cone”. We spent 12 minutes composing and recording what ended up being a soultastic jam that leads into a seventh episode full of insight from FRASE about musicianship, travelling, and what it means to be on tour and not have a true “home”. You won’t...