[639] Auerback on Brexit, Softbank’s new ARM

The top story: Markets were mostly up, shrugging off concerns over a failed coup in Turkey. And new British Prime Minister Theresa May is to visit German Chancellor Merkel for the first talks on UK’s post-Brexit place in Europe. Ameera David has details. Afterwards, Boom Bust’s Bianca Facchinei reports on the 24 billion pound acquisition of British mobile chip powerhouse ARM by Softbank. Then, RT Correspondent Marina Portnaya discusses how U.S. regulators let HSBC off the hook despite money laundering allegations because they thought it was too big to jail..After the break, Ameera David talks about Brexit and its consequences with Marshall Auerback, research associate at the Levy Economics Institute. And in the Big Deal, Ameera and Edward Harrison discuss the of populist candidates and Europe and the likely impact on growth. Take a look!Check us out on Facebook — and feel free to ask us questions:http://www.facebook.com/BoomBustRThttps://www.facebook.com/harrison.writedownshttps://www.facebook.com/biancafacchFollow us @https://twitter.com/AmeeraDavidhttp://twitter.com/edwardnhhttps://twitter.com/BiancaFacchinei

Kiki – Berlino Disco

From BPC272 Kiki – Berlino DiscoRelease Date: 21.06.2013Label: Bpitch ControlBPC Webshop: https://www.bpitchcontrol.de/market/browse/7693Berlino Disco – instantly brings to mind terms like Berghain, Panorama Bar, Watergate, Basic Channel, Detroit, minimal… terms that Berlin-based BPC veteran Kiki has surely also become extremely familiar with. On his EP of this name, Kiki not only delivers a powerful tribute to the current Berlin sound – the well-travelled and highly unconventional Finnish artist goes a step further and throws a couple of wide-eyed rave memories into the mix. Nothing's impossible on this EP! And that doesn't just apply to the title track. Dynamite also sounds both retro and entirely fresh: dirty, old-school analogue sounds driven relentlessly forwards by a cool electro-funk rhythm. A nod and a wink here to a certain Joey B. … On the flip side Sinister launches straight into the action – at a relaxed tempo but with plenty of force. Those who are into the classic house sound will love version 2. If you have a taste for a wild blend of styles, you can rave to the house piano and distorted strings to your heart's content. The nineties aren't over. Not by a long shot…