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Julia Stone

SLOW TRAVEL BERLIN Julia Stone, Postbahnhof, 9pm Julia Stone might be best known as one half of the brother-sister duo from Australia, Angus & Julia Stone. But in 2010, after five years of playing together, the elder Stone made the decision–just as little brother did the year before– to branch out from the family tree, embarking on a solo career. The result was The Memory Machine, and if numbers sold are any indication, the indie-folk singer-songwriter path has been treating her well. Earlier this year, Julia released a follow-up, By The Horns, which came out two months prior to the release of Angus’ second album. The decision to pursue parallel yet solo routes was a mutual one, but the two have plans to next work on a third album together. In the meantime, Julia continues to tour and promote her most recent set of songs with a European tour. And whether Berlin just can’t get enough of her or the other way around–this will be her third show in the city this year–matters less than the fact that if you haven’t seen her yet this year, you really have no excuse now. Natalye Childress Postbahnhof, Straße der Pariser Kommune 8 10243 Berlin ; 030 69 81 28 20; S Ostbahnhof; admission €21.

SLOW TRAVEL BERLIN
Julia Stone, Postbahnhof, 9pm

Julia Stone might be best known as one half of the brother-sister duo from Australia, Angus & Julia Stone. But in 2010, after five years of playing together, the elder Stone made the decision–just as little brother did the year before– to branch out from the family tree, embarking on a solo career.

The result was The Memory Machine, and if numbers sold are any indication, the indie-folk singer-songwriter path has been treating her well.

Earlier this year, Julia released a follow-up, By The Horns, which came out two months prior to the release of Angus’ second album. The decision to pursue parallel yet solo routes was a mutual one, but the two have plans to next work on a third album together.

In the meantime, Julia continues to tour and promote her most recent set of songs with a European tour. And whether Berlin just can’t get enough of her or the other way around–this will be her third show in the city this year–matters less than the fact that if you haven’t seen her yet this year, you really have no excuse now. Natalye Childress

Postbahnhof, Straße der Pariser Kommune 8 10243 Berlin ; 030 69 81 28 20; S Ostbahnhof; admission €21.