For the Pop-Kultur festival in August 2019, ANDRRA has created a masterpiece around the effects of immigration. In many cases women with children remain behind and men find themselves—mostly illegally—in Western Europe, far from family and friends, foreign, excluded and lonely. Migration is a constant motive in her work and the inspiration origins from the stories of her own family members and lyrics from old traditional folk songs. ANDRRA, originally born in the Kosovo and grown up in Bavaria, travels between Berlin and Pristina nowadays. Our acoustically #DIGEST is her previous album PALINË, a beautiful, melancholic and deeply touching piece, worth to be considered critical art to the European system. Enjoy listening! △
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B'SPOQUE, the aspirational avant-garde, vanity and zeitgeist magazine, was founded in 2016. Since March in 2019, the magazine is an independent publication, featuring a wide range of topics, such as artists and their works, design, politics, fashion and social matters.