1920s Style: Max Raabe!

Max Raabe’s music is really unique: His German songs in the style of the 1920s/1930s are simply mood-lifting and always have a distinct humor that makes me smile. He just released his latest album Der perfekte Moment… wird heute verpennt. It includes the wonderful song Guten Tag, liebes Glück – one of my favorite songs at the moment.

Happy listening!

From his new album: Der perfekte Moment… wird heute verpennt:

And an older one – Küssen kann man nicht alleine:

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Yippi Yippi Yeah! Deichkind!

Deichkind are a German phenomenon: I didn’t like them … until I (more or less accidentally) saw one of their spectacular concerts. They are still not on my regular playlist, but their songs radiate an enormous power and their texts often speak out (loud) what no one else is daring to say/sing. I couldn’t even decide for just three songs here in this post. Their new album Niveau Weshalb Warum (love this pun!) is out now and will certainly make me jump on the dance floor and cry out load “Denken Sie Groß!”.

Have fun listening!

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