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Official Promo Video for the Silent Climate Parade 2012!

This year, we’ll dance to the beats from these DJs: Jake The Rapper (Bar 25), NU (Bar 25)Blenn&Gleich (Plastik Park), Viperflo (Keller).

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excitement on a hangover sunday. (thx, nico!)

i’ve always liked watching street performers and artists! awesome project, busking project!

this might already be the viral music video of the year. almost 9 million views in 4 days, and heavily trafficked around my part of the net. seem like extremely likeable people as well, check out their facebook update:

To all the independent musicians out there. I hope this shows that you can make a name for your band with no help from record labels and management and next to no money. Stay true to your dreams and your passions, whether they be music related or not. Don’t wait for people to help you because they never will. The only time the music industry will want to help you is when you have done all the work yourself!

thinking ‘bout the summer, thinking ’bout a pleasant revolution.

i fully agree with kipchoge, we really need some radical change to fix this screwed up world, and it’s not worth it if the revolution is not any fun and only means sacrifice. beautiful song from justin ancheta, too!

zum auftakt der berlin music week gab’s von der kampagne ’deine stimme gegen armut’ ein schönes video zu sehen. am ende der woche können sich die besucher des berlin festivals ebenso filmen lassen und teil des videos werden.

[EDIT: mitgemacht, und vielleicht bin ich auch schon bald teil davon!]

melt! / m!eco interviews – english!

It Is Happening
feat. Everything Everything, Little Dragon, Miss Kittin, We Have Band

Keep It Close
feat. Architecture in Helsinki, FM Belfast, Gary Barber (Is Tropical), Junip (José González) & Retro Stefson

That’s What We Should Do
feat. Harry McVeigh (White Lies), JD Samson (Men, Le Tigre), Monarchy & Nicolas Jaar

Die Macht Etwas Zu Verändern
feat. Alec Empire, Apparat Band, Housemeister & Kiki

das war das erste der fünf videos der künstlerinterviews beim melt! festival zum thema nachhaltigkeit und m!eco (melt! umweltoffensive). hier noch das zweite deutsche video:

Irgendjemand Muss Ja Anfangen
feat. Âme, Bodi Bill, King Kong Kicks & M.A.N.D.Y.

die videos mit den englischen interviews folgen!

p.s. ebenso bei green music initiative sowie global ideas (dw-world) zu finden!

pretty video capturing the atmosphere at luft & liebe festival. too bad i missed it again.. next year!