Caitlin Hardee

Caitlin Hardee has written 9 posts for Nomad Musik

Leyan release Dancing Sculptures

Nomad Musik caught up with Berlin-based piano rockers Leyan recently at their live appearance on KenFM Radio Fritz. Since we last spoke to them, the band have finished their new album, Dancing Sculptures. The album drops on June 24, but we scored a copy for early review. Reminiscent of their earlier EPs, and containing a … Continue reading

Frequency Archive: Herrenmagazin find hope in turbulent times

Walking into the Berlin offices of Motor Entertainment, I gingerly shut the door behind me and turned to face an immense loft of glowing hardwood floors, busy people, and music. The songs of Herrenmagazin pumped from the label’s speakers, but the band themselves were nowhere to be seen. The label liaison collected me and directed … Continue reading

Frequency Archive: Natalia Kills “Mirrors”

It sounds like a story we’ve heard before – avant garde name, wild accessories, aversion to pants, the new female pop phenomenon from Cherrytree Records. But while British-born Natalia Kills may be Lady Gaga‘s successor at the alternative pop label, Kills’ remarkable single “Mirrors” indicates that she is an entirely new and different talent. “Mirrors” … Continue reading

Frequency Archive: Duffy sacrifices soul for synth

When Welsh chanteuse Duffy burst onto the international music scene in 2008 with Rockferry, her musical potential seemed unlimited. The album sold over six million copies worldwide, making her the new queen of the soul funk revival. Her second album, Endlessly, was eagerly awaited, and ultimately disappointing. Critics and fans searched for the unique sound … Continue reading

Frequency Archive: Tokio Hotel Giveaway

Frequency is giving away 1 copy of Tokio Hotel‘s Deluxe Best Of album, including the English Best Of CD, German Best Of CD, and DVD of music videos. We’re also giving away 2 copies of the January 2011 issue of Japanese magazine InRock, featuring Tokio Hotel. To enter, leave a comment below telling us whether … Continue reading

Frequency Archive: Tokio Hotel play long-awaited first show in Tokyo

December 15, 2010 was a day of legend come to life for Tokio Hotel fans worldwide. The international rock quartet out of Germany finally fulfilled a landmark goal – to perform in their namesake city. Before a few hundred ecstatic fans and the Japanese media, Tokio Hotel played a ten-song showcase in state-of-the-art live house … Continue reading

Frequency Archive: Leyan’s future “filled with promise”

Photo credit: Gala Tuzlukovic 16 Dec. 2010 “I’m glad to see, my heart beats like this,” sang Leyan frontman Christoph Ecke, twisted over the mic in transports of musical bliss. Frequency International visited Leyan’s Oct. 22 concert at Rosi’s in Berlin, and met the up-and-coming band recently for an interview on hopes and dreams, their … Continue reading

Frequency Archive: Concert review – Juli

BERLIN (Frequency Intl.) 13 Dec. 1010 — The contrast between pop and rock manifests as soon as Eva Briegel steps to the mic. The waif-like blonde singer fronts German band Juli, who are often branded as pop-rock, but the atmosphere in the venue is worlds away from the hysteria and intensity of a rock concert. … Continue reading

The journey begins…

Setting up camp in a new blog! During my year abroad in Berlin, I gathered some experience writing for Frequency Magazine, a collaborative project between journalism students and music fans that sadly is no more. I will be transferring my content from Frequency to Nomad Musik, and forging on ahead here! Pack your bags and grab … Continue reading


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