Cashmere Radio wanted hiphop

... White Lie gives them 'em beats.

"White Lie aka Whitest Female Hiphop DJ Alive is an impulsive experiment that started in the HQ of electronic music, Berlin late 2014. Over time she has been developing a synergy between soul, neo soul, and jazz - with old school hiphop as a rooted base. At her first time at Cashmere Radio, she's presenting a mix of her jumble mélange; from saxophone to dreamy beats to french rap to a female rap tribute."

07.06 6pm-8pm
TUNE IN: www.cashmereradio.com

PEOPLE LOVE HAPPY DJ'S

White Lie DJ set @ Mein Haus Am See

A lil pre-party thing going on here tonight. Surronded by british tourists innit. Maybe I'll play some UK Grime for them (no)

You can expect a lot of souly beats + music box sounds from Japan + Amy + El Da Sensei (me and him are friends since he followed me back on Twitter the other day) + some swedish rap but there will still be no Skepta, sorry

I don't have a booth bitch yet so call shotgun will ya

Original photo by Danilo Sierra Photography

Golden Mint Productions on indieberlin radio

This previous weekend I got invited to do a mix and a interview for indieberlin's pilot radio session. Indieberlin has a special place in my (ice cold) heart. Not only are they doing a great job covering the creative scene in Berlin, they're also giving a huge push for Golden Mint Productions and everything around it as soon as anything is on (i.e always). And also: the founders, Noel Maurice and Mia Morris, took me in as a freelance writer when I was new in the city. Basically, the indieberlin-crew was the first ones to back up any kind of creativity I had going on in Berlin in the beginning. I'm forever grateful (and pretty cocky about it)

White Lie (my alter ego -sincerely, Clark Kent) did a live set (unfortunately on a laptop - insert sad smiley -), unbended+soulful beats for around 45 minutes. But before that I did a inteview, talking about the hiphop scene in Berlin ("What feedback I get when I'm djing? Well, they're mostly asking for my phone number...") and about Sifting Gold - of course!

Soon to be on the world wide web! But for now, here's some pictures by Danilo Sierra!  

Sifting Gold Teaser

Sifting Gold Episode 4: A Beautiful Corpse

Full episode out on wednesday!

We're going dirtier than ever. More personal. More anecdotes. We have an expert as a guest host. We're talking about life, death, heroin, rock'n'roll and much, much more.

Listen to the already published episodes HERE.

WHITE LIE DROPS NEW MIX

Unbended beats recorded live in Berlin

art work by Sebastian Dráb (of course!)

art work by Sebastian Dráb (of course!)

LISTEN AT:
https://www.mixcloud.com/whitelie-berlin/poor-mans-old-fashioned-mix/

TRACK LIST:
Intro - DS
Fight Delays - Oddisee
Doors and Distance - Antonio Sánchez (Birdman soundtrack)
Hotline Bling (remix) - Erykah Badu
H20 - Apollo Brown feat. Pharoahe Monch, Ras Kass, Rakaa Iriscience
Killin' Time - Oddisee
Crawl - Kristoffer Krane, ECID
Prem - Shabazz the Disciple
Tabou - Les Nubians feat. The Roots
Atari - Hiatus Kaiyote
Never Blink - The Jacka

SIFTING GOLD PODCAST - 1st fuck up

We finally made peace with the fact that we fucked up the whole recording in the studio last time.

It's been tears + anger + doubt + willingness to give up (life), and hair has been ripped off from our tiny heads - but now a sound technician (hero) promised to help us out each and every time we're about to record ANYTHING.

All good.

On the bright side, we have studio time this Tuesday AND we have brand new art work! Golden times.

Ok? Ok.


FIRST 6 MONTHS

The year is about to end, but the Golden Mint HQ are not taking a holiday break - the inspiration is flowing better than ever.

Stay tuned until next year, we promise: performance art acts (weirder than ever), visual exhibition by geniuses from Amsterdam, the bass driven party pt.2, a new collaboration (still a secret, wait for it!), and _the very first_ full length podcast episode (follow Sifting Gold here!) - and this is only 1/4 of the year!

Thanks for the last 6 months, it's been a odd (and goddamn funny!) lil' journey so far, and nothing could have been done without; all the great+talented artists supporting this <3

And until 2016:

have another glass

relax

you're worth it.

/Emma Isabella
CuratorxFounderxArtistic Director


SAMIN SON 2010-2014: To all of you that made it possible

 

A big production takes a lot of work..

Zeljko Simun Spehar - for fixing everything from lightning, sounds, storage space, paper copies, projectors, the list is longer than this - and for sharing his ideas, knowledge and calmness through the whole process
Adnenan Ahmad - for letting him use his soundsystem, and also for setting it up with the comment “I have to work with cables and sounds, or else I’m going crazy“
Sergei Kleyn - for documenting, coming with advice and being so supportive
Carlos - for carrying, carrying, carrying
The Gumbo - for sharing everything they have, know and can (and for the radio show me and Samin starred: https://www.mixcloud.com/thegumbo/the-gumbo-no9-special-guest-kennet-lekko-13-08-2015-884-kiez-fm-berlin/)
Ingimar Flòvent - for helping out setting up, taking the entry, and above it all: for all the amazing photo’s
Jeanette Mansson Rodell - for coming over to the gallery the day before the opening night and listening to me when I was freaking out and thought I couldn’t manage to do it
Sebastian Dráb - for the great poster!
Amnon “Nono“ Bikovsky - for being the happiest bar staff in the world
Ali, Anton and Uwe from the workshop - for delivery of new interior to the gallery!
Uwe Bernhart - for solving problems like missing keys and such, and for all the photos!
Vladimir - for lightning
Karima Al-Muktharová - for solving last minute problems we didn’t think about…
Plateau Gallery and Bonobo Bar - for sharing knowledge and let us using your things! You’ve got our back!
“The Greenhouse Spirit“ - for those of you to showed respect and support for the project

And thanks to everybody who came! We couldn’t do it better than this, and we’re so proud that we were sharing it with you.

But above it all:
Thanks to Samin Son, for being able to sharing his experiences in creative way, for making art never to be seen before, for letting us into his world, for spreading the word - and most of all for being an incredible and unique artist and human being! 

Without you all none of this could have ever happen. I’m forever grateful. Let’s meet in a exhibition space very soon again!

Thanks, best, and love

Emma Isabella Karlsson
Curator and Founder
Golden Mint Productions