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Ulas and Beni talk about music and play psychedelic, rock bands between the 70s and today.
Technik: Markus Westphal
1-Mount Eerie-No Inside No out
2-The Tiger Lillies-Spirit
4-Fedayi Pacha-The Uck
5-International Music-Du Hund
6-King Gizzard&The Lizard Wizard-Sleep Drifter
7-Cocteau Twin-Cherry-Coloured Funk
8-Free The Robots-Turkish Voodoo
Matthew and Ulas host Beni first time. They talk about music, politics, populism.
1-Admiral General Aladeen, Aiwa & Mr. Tibz-The Next Episode
Always in Danger: Ulas Yener, Matthew John Lloyd, Lefteris Krysalis
Matthew John Lloyd and Ulas Yener host Aixa Navas and Silvana Callegari. They are talking about the economic and political situation in Venezuela and immigration to Colombia.
Dangerous – Still not in danger but still dangerous! Matthew John Lloyd & Ulas Yener is doing the first show of Dangerous for the new semester. They talk about the political situations and expectations.
The Matthew, Ulas and Pablo show
Technik: Lefteris Krysalis
It is still Dangerous with Matthew John Lloyd and Ulas Yener!
A show with Ulas Yener only! He plays international workers‘ sounds around the world. Happy International Workers‘ Day!
The show with Matthew John Lloyd, Pablo Silva Saray, and Ulas Yener. They talk about representation of the students and artists in front of the other people and daily behaviors.
The show with Matthew John Lloyd, Pablo Silva Saray, and Ulas Yener. They talk about the creative process of themselves as students and professionals. Copy&paste culture in architecture, design, and artistic disciplines.
The show with Matthew John Lloyd, Pablo Silva Saray and Ulas Yener.
Last show of winter semester 2017/18 with Matthew John Lloyd and Pablo Silva.
Matthew John Lloyd, Pablo Silva Saray, and Ulas Yener take part 3 hours in 53h Sendung of Bauhaus.fm. They talk about hyper-reality, post-modern architecture and urbanism, media, virtual reality.
A show with Pablo Silva Saray and Matthew John Lloyd, Ulas Yener. They talk about occupy movements how those movements affect city culture, democracy-protest culture.
Ulas Yener plays the 60s, 70s and 80s Psychedelic and Progressive Rock, Funk and Folk sounds from Middle Eastern musicians (Lebanon, Iran, Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Israel, Pakistan)