Das Wetter #25

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Independent magazine for lyrics and music (and everything in between) from Berlin



This time Das Wetter comes with three cover stories:

The youngest artist ever on the weather cover goes by the public name badmòmzjay. We have Jordan, who grew up in Brandenburg, who at the age of 18 has already become a small generation icon, because with her music and her public performance as an artist she is already considered a role model for young, female, well-read people and queer kids when she releases her debut album. We met (Text: Jan Wehn, Photo: Meklit Fekadu Tsige) badmómzjay on a basketball court, talked to her at length and photographed her. You can read the result on a good dozen pages in the magazine.

We were in the KLO with Drangsal, who released his third album Exit Strategy a few days ago. No, not in the toilet, but in the pub of the same name. On the journey through one of the most curious places in the capital, great photos (Nora Hollstein) were taken on the one hand, and on the other hand a very private portrait of an artist who had long been unapproachable. Which could also have something to do with the fact that the author (Sascha Ehlert) and artist (Max Gruber) have known each other for half an eternity. But that's enough revealing. You can read the rest, also on 12 pages, in: issue.

Thelma Buabeng shoots, plays, moderates, doesn't let the horse tell her anything and fights. The great actress, who you may have seen in the theater, but maybe also on the screen or on TV, tells us and you how she does it all. And how she manages to stay positive. Small spoiler: Thelma also reports on what it was like to work with Wu-Tsang and Virgil Abloh, which is why she was the first black woman to walk in a Louis Vuitton menswear show, and reveals her secret recipe. All this and much more (written by Zeynep Bozbay, illustrated by Joanna Legid): in the issue.

Moreover in Das Wetter #25: encounters with the author Enrico Ippolito, the musicians Babyjoy, Nene H, Edwin Rosen, Sons of Raphael and Weil, as well as with Chelo Wieland from SAM about the work on the album Archive and about his brother Samson.

Also for the first time in Das Wetter: Pati Valpati with her column Patiarchat. And with a dossier on current forms of political activism: The world as a playing field for injustices.

There is also a photo series by the world-traveling photographer Johanna Maria Fritz and a new edition of the Simonow Collection. And this time we have printed more literary articles than we have in a long time. So in Das Wetter #25 you get short stories and more from: Mazlum Nergiz, Pedro Crescenti, Jovana Reisinger, Teresa Guggenberger and Marius Goldhorn.

With texts by: Fid Fischer, Jan Wehn, Johann Voigt, Jovana Reisinger, Lilli Martiny, Marius Goldhorn, Mazlum Nergiz, Niko Kappel, Pati Valpati, Pedro Crescenti, Sascha Ehlert, Sebastian von Gumpert, Teresa Guggenberger, Zelal Yesilyurt and Zeynep Bozbay.

With pictures by: Amelie Kahn-Ackermann, André Simonow, Bahar Kaygusuz, Jacco Prüsmann, Joanna Legid, Jonas Liebermann, Lucia Jost, Martin Pohle, Meklit Fekadu Tsige, Nora Hollstein, Stephie Braun, Svenja Trierscheid, Tobias Zielony, Johanna Maria Fritz and Vanessa Ruckh.

Language: German

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