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Every Thursday, Electronic Beats hosts Kikelomo and OttO Kent shine a spotlight on music, culture and what’s next. From new releases, to the week’s crucial headlines in tech, fashion, and the arts, to the pop culture phenomena and discourse shaping our feeds right now – The Week is your frequency filter for the age of everything, everywhere, all at once.The Week is a production by Telekom Electronic Beats and ACB Stories.Follow @electronicbeats on Instagram and TikTok for more news updates, interviews and background stories.
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Every Thursday, Electronic Beats hosts Kikelomo and OttO Kent shine a spotlight on music, culture and what’s next. From new releases, to the week’s crucial headlines in tech, fashion, and the arts, to the pop culture phenomena and discourse shaping our feeds right now – The Week is your frequency filter for the age of everything, everywhere, all at once.The Week is a production by Telekom Electronic Beats and ACB Stories.Follow @electronicbeats on Instagram and TikTok for more news updates, interviews and background stories.
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    Goodbye 2023! Hello 2024!

    Goodbye 2023! Hello 2024!

    It’s that time of the year again! OttO Kent invites two familiar faces to the studio to look back on everything 2023: Juba and Christa Belle. They talk about what to take into 2024 and what to leave behind: Bandcamp, BeReal, Dubstep, Fred again.., filming random people on the street? And of course they each crown their own personal record(s) of the year.
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    The Week is a production by Telekom Electronic Beats and ACB Stories.
    Host: OttO Kent
    Writers for this episode: Helena Schmidt and Jacob Sperber
    Edit and sound design: Marc Übel
    Lead Producer: Isabel Woop

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    • 1 Std. 1 Min.
    Does music make you sick?, NY nightlife major, streaming regulations

    Does music make you sick?, NY nightlife major, streaming regulations

    Why is there such a strong correlation between music and mental health? Our guest this week, Dr. George Musgrave, studies the psychological and working conditions of creative careers. The results turn out better for audiences than for artists. Plus: Retired detective becomes new nightlife mayor in New York and EU Parliament calls for new rules to regulate streaming.
    The Week is a production by Telekom Electronic Beats and ACB Stories.
    Host: OttO Kent
    Writers for this episode: Aaron Gonsher and Helena Schmidt
    Edit and sound design: Marc Übel
    Lead Producer: Isabel Woop
    Follow OttO Kent.
    Follow Electronic Beats.
    Follow Dr. George Musgrave.
    Listen to The North Quarter with Note.
    And here you can find the studies Dr. George Musgrave mentions in the interview: 
    Largest ever study on musicians mental health in Scandinavia (2023):https://musiklivetspartnerskab.dk/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/Musgrave-Gross-Carney-2023-When-Music-Speaks-Part-1.pdf
    On the paradox of music making being beneficial but a career being harmful (2023):https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09548963.2022.2058354?src=
    On the impact of career musicianship on relationships (2023):https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304422X23000025
    On the challenges of the musicians mental health landscape (2023):https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanpsy/article/PIIS2215-0366(23)00093-7/fulltext
    On the role that definitions of ‘success’ play in wellbeing (2023):https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/03057356221096506


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    • 30 Min.
    Harry Nuriev in Conversation: transformism, comfort in design, MTV Cribs

    Harry Nuriev in Conversation: transformism, comfort in design, MTV Cribs

    Harry Nuriev is an architect, a furniture designer, and an artist. He describes his approach as "transformism": creating new and exciting designs with what we already have, in contrast to producing something entirely new. Whether it is sofas made out of winnowed clothes, gamer chairs covered with lace, or a swimming pool tiled like a Photoshop transparency layer – with his company Crosby Studios, Nuriev finds beauty where no one else wants to look, transforming objects and spaces and incorporating the digital into the real world. OttO Kent and Harry Nuriev dive into the inspiration behind his work, where he’s coming from, and where he’s heading – as well as his view on MTV Cribs and old school RnB hits. 
    Check out this tour through Harry Nuriev’s studio in Paris by the New York Times, as well as this feature by The Guardian. 
    Listen to TLC and Chopin if you want to dive into Harry Nuriev’s playlist, or just put on your noise cancelling headphones and enjoy quiet time. 
    Find OttO Kent on Instagram.
    Check out Harry Nuriev and Crosby Studios. 
    The Week is a production by Telekom Electronic Beats and ACB Stories.
    Host: OttO Kent
    Writers for this episode: Carlos Steurer and Isabel Woop
    Edit and sound design: Marc Übel
    Lead Producer: Isabel Woop

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    • 52 Min.
    fka.m4a about divas in house music, African languages in AI, Nina protocol

    fka.m4a about divas in house music, African languages in AI, Nina protocol

    With their soulful vocals and melodies divas bring themes of love, acceptance and power to the dancefloor. Kikelomo talks to someone who brings the same energy to their sets: fka.m4a. Plus: A campaign in the UK to stop the use of rap lyrics and videos as evidence in criminal trials, an AI model that can understand and identify South African languages, and streaming platform Nina Protocol launches an editorial arm.
    The Week is a production by Telekom Electronic Beats and ACB Stories.
    Host: Kikelomo
    Writers for this episode: Aaron Gonsher and Helena Schmidt
    Edit and sound design: Marc Übel
    Lead Producer: Isabel Woop
    Follow Kikelomo.
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    Follow fka.m4a.
    Check out Art not Evidence.
    Read the feature in Resident Advisor by Carlos Hawthorn.

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    • 26 Min.
    Anetha about family values in music, AI Pins, the Warehouse returning

    Anetha about family values in music, AI Pins, the Warehouse returning

    Will “AI Pins” replace smartphones? That's not the only question about new generations that we ask ourselves in this episode. OttO also talks to Anetha about intergenerational understanding and exchange in dance music. Plus: the Warehouse is returning as a touring party brand, Cassie sues Diddy for sexual assault and André 3000 releases his debut solo album.

    The Week is a production by Telekom Electronic Beats and ACB Stories.
    Host: Kikelomo
    Writers for this episode: Aaron Gonsher and Isabel Woop 
    Edit and sound design: Marc Übel
    Lead Producer: Isabel Woop
    Follow Kikelomo.
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    Follow Anetha
    Check out Anetha’s label Mama told ya and her agency Mama loves ya.
    Listen to Selassie’s EP Retro Future Kid. 


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    • 28 Min.
    Genre vs. Identity, Controversial streaming royalties, Missy Eliot

    Genre vs. Identity, Controversial streaming royalties, Missy Eliot

    Music taste and fandom have always been tied to our identities, but today it can seem like musical genres themselves are being replaced by identity-driven scenes. At least, according to music researcher Kriss Thakrar, who recently wrote a piece for the music industry blog Midia Research. OttO Kent invites Christa Belle to the studio to discuss this potential ‘tug-of-war’ between genre and identity. Plus: Controversial changes for Spotify streaming royalties, Missy Elliot becoming the first female rapper in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, rap history slipping away online and new Grammy categories.
    OttO Kent recommends you read this piece on the beef between DJ Akademiks and Saucy Santana.
    Check out Christa Belle’s new favourite genre Skwee and OttO’s favourite @thealgorythm on TikTok.
    Follow OttO Kent.
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    Follow Christa Belle.
    The Week is a production by Telekom Electronic Beats and ACB Stories.
    Host: OttO Kent
    Writers for this episode: Aaron Gonsher, Helena Schmidt and Jacob Sperber
    Edit and sound design: Marc Übel
    Lead Producer: Isabel Woop

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    • 29 Min.

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Bin MEGA gespannt

auf das Album vom sympathischen „Quer“ Patrick - der nicht anstehen muss - in der Schlange ;-) Cooler Podcast …

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Interessante Podcast Serie

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interessante gesprächspartner, absolut unterhaltsam und dabei auch informativ. man bekommt private einblicke in schaffen und leben der bekannteren gäste oder lernt neue protagonisten aus dem clubkontekt oder der szene kennen. sehr gute mischung! freu mich auf jede neue folge! weiter so!

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