Matt Fidler wanted to escape the uncertainties of Brexit with his guitar music label Thrill Jockey. And ended up in completely different ones.
A perfectly normal summer afternoon at the Warsaw Bridge.
The stream of tourists, which is washed out of the S-Bahn every minute, merges with the typical Friedrichshain mixture of punks, drug dealers and street musicians.
The stench of exhaust gases, urine and beer ferments in the heat, a drinking hall on the corner advertises the barley juice as the perfect breakfast drink.
3.09.2020 | Aktualisiert am 2.09.2020
Kategorien: Allgemein, Brexit (English)
Schlagwörter: david frost, eu-uk, future relationship, michel barnier, negotiations, no deal brexit, prime minister, This label fled to Berlin before Brexit - in the middle of the corona crisis, This label fled to Berlin before Brexit - in the middle of the corona crisis - Brexit explained, trade deal, transition period, transition phase