May 18, 2021

This Must Be The Place

  • Savsannah
  • Liberty Snake


In their sometimes loud and noisy, often soft and dreamy synth pop, the Cologne-based artist and musician Hermes C. Delarber aka Liberty Snake approaches various ways of queer representation, exploring radical vulnerability through newly found physical expression. As a neurodivergent, non-binary trans* person, Hermes speaks up against inequality in the art and music industry and addresses the constant fight against a society that is built upon heteronormative, homo- and transphobic, ableist and racist structures. Together with the photographer Frederike Wetzels, Hermes is founder and chief editor of MY VENUS GOT A PENIS AND MY ADONIS GOT HIS TITS CHOPPED OFF, a print magazine portraying trans* nudity and desire, publishing its first issue this summer.


Bendik Giske – Up
Haley Heynderickx – Show You A Body
AKUA – My Body
Noname – Bye Bye Baby
Solange – Don’t Touch My Hair ft. Sampha
Kehlani – Toxic
Dua Saleh – umbrellar
Moses Sumney – Conveyor
Moses Sumney – boxes
Tami T – Trans Femme Bonding
CN Lester – Lockdown
Anna B Savage – Chelsea Hotel #3
Michael Love Michael – On God
Christine and the Queens – Damn (what must a woman do)
Vendredi sur Mer – L’histoire sans fin
Kindness – Softness As A Weapon
Perfume Genius – Queen
Ezra Furman – Body Was Made
The Ballet – But I’m A Top
The Replacements – Androgynous
Octo Octa – My Body Is Powerful
Sonya Renee Taylor – Bodies As Resistance (Poem)
Liberty Snake – Honey Mustard
Zebra Katz, S Ruston – MONITOR
Young M.A – Bleed
Jenny Hval – Innocence Is Kinky
Liberty Snake – Cold Hands Are Shaking Now

This Must Be The Place

Grab Savsannah’s hand as she takes you on a journey through her music world - a welcoming space where the audience can escape to a place filled with everyday moods and an array of emotions.

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