In this episode full of (friendly) insults, make-ups and big tunes, Julian, Hade and Owns discuss how their obsession with records differs from the notorious dentists spending top dollar on Elvis singles (spoiler: not much, really), opposing musical tastes, melodics vs rattling tin cans, and much more.
PLUS: a world-premiere by CIAF & FwF all-star Bergsonist (taken from her upcoming album on Optimo Music) and spiritual guidance by Purple Tape Pedigree honcho Geng. Get involved!
Jimmy Castor Bunch – My Brightest Day – RCA Victor
Bergsonist – Poverty – Optimo
Elodie Lauten – Sunrise – Cat
Findelkind – Kaspar – Self-Released
Via Nort – Greenwish – Aquila
Boom Boom Dance Riddim – African Star Music
Sikka Rymes – Seh Dem Bad – Duppy Gun/Bokeh
Yatta – I Will Definitely Feel Good – Purple Tape Pedigree (GENG Pick)
“Calling In A Favour” is a platform for friendship, music and art, anti-algorithmic behaviour, and community building. Once a month, Cologne-based writer and cultural critic Julian Brimmers welcomes bright minds and kind souls doing their bit to make the world of arts & culture more complex, confusing and overall exciting.
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