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Fonia Session 60 – Daniel W. Best

Fonia Session 60 – Daniel W. Best

Welcome to the 60th instalment of the Fonia Radio Show.
We looked for this special number for a special guest and were happy and thrilled to meet with DJ, selector, collector, artist, traveller and teddy bear doctor Daniel W. Best (bestworks) right in the center of Berlin. As this (second weird in a row) year turns slowly to an end it was our special pleasure to talk with Daniel about all those exciting, hilarious and annoying things past, present and future. As with a mix set in which you always find new things, you have not heard before and which push new doors open for you – we took a ton of insights, references and tracks from this session. So sit down, relax and enjoy two hours of crate digging filled with conversation and sounds. Again for me this all showed “Music is the great uniter. An incredible force. Something that people who differ on everything and anything else can have in common.”

Thank you all for listening, have a great, peaceful holiday season ahead and we hope to meet all of you again in 2022!

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Fonia Session 53 – Costa

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Fonia Session 53 – Costa

In the last session in the year 2019, we welcomed Costa from Halle in the studio. Born in Königsee he discovered the world of music and all their styles with his first Technics HiFi System.

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Fonia Session 50 – Alex Pehlemann (Zonic)

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Fonia Session 50 – Alex Pehlemann (Zonic)

Drum roll!!
For our 50th show, we welcomed Alexander Pehlemann. Alex, born in Berlin-Lichtenberg switched a career as a ringer for the army club “Vorwärts” Frankfurt/Oder with the wild world of pop culture in the GDR. Since 1993 he publishes “Zonic”, the magazine for “Kulturelle Randstandsblicke & Involvierungsmomente” and travels (very often eastwards) from Leipzig-Connewitz into the world, always checking for anything obscure and “schräg”.

He told us what brought him from Greifswald to Leipzig and all the up and downs and turn arounds he experienced in growing into the author, curator, DJ and networker he is today.

If you make it to Leipzig, check the salon “Kulturny dom Lipsk/Salon Similde” where he spreads the word of “Neue Sorbische Kunst”.
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