Native Tongues

Defying globalized monotony, Viennese dialect makes a musical comeback.

Defying globalized monotony, Viennese dialect makes a musical comeback.
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Sam Jackson
Sam is Metropole's Events Editor and a frequent contributor. He's also a musician and an avid football fan. If he’s not recording or yelling at the television he’ll likely be out and about in town.

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