Like most European cities, Berlin has a historical center. And I don't mean that newish stuff around Unter den Linden, I'm talking about the medieval village of today's Nikolaiviertel. I am sure that any tourist can tell more about it than most Berliners, but how many people know about the quiet and shady atmosphere that sets after nightfall?
For our 5th A’MILLION night we invite YOU to BACKYARD Berlin to celebrate a night of Rap and Bass Music with us. We have 2 Floors to Shake It To The Ground and we want to see you First Row!! LineItUp: Y3AHSVRV L!PL3GVCY D764 G3NY5 (weboogie) https://soundcloud.com/genys <36
During the winter time of the year, Tiergarten resembles a mysterious, enchanted forest. It’s vast and so empty. With the occasional runner passing our way, we were basically alone when strolling through the snow-covered grounds. I remember how packed and crowded the park is in the summertime. I don’t like it then, people leave their
In July 2008 the first SUB:STANCE party was held at Berghain. Everyone was nervous. It was a Dubstep party, and Dubstep parties didn’t happen at Berghain. On the lineup were some of the most forward-thinking artists pushing bass frequencies at that time (as well as Scuba): Mala, Shackleton, Appleblim, Distance and T++. But no-one knew
Pop Up Ceviche Bar // Fr. 15. & Sa. 16. Februar 2013 // 19.00-23:00 // Torstrasse 66 – Berlin Mitte Ceviche, the peruvian dish you fall in love with at first sight. As well as the creators behind the Pop Up Ceviche Bar did. Fabian Johow (MadeMyDay) & Stephan Hentschel (Cookies Cream) will open their
Due to success, the exhibition Ralf Schmerberg: Der Tod nimmt sich einen Tag nach dem anderen is extended from 22 January – 1 March, 2013. Opening hours: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 13:00 – 20:00 Wednesday & Friday, 17:00 – Midnight Mindpirates Projektraum (3rd Backyard) & Atelier Ralf Schmerberg (5.0G) Entrances on Schlesische Strasse 38 and
“Introducing Dvnny Seth… the young white rapper out of London. Dvnny isn’t your typical ‘white rapper’ though… think A$AP meets Slick Rick. Taking his influences from all over the US – North South East and West, Dvnny truly is a hip-hop all rounder offering something fresh and unique. Watch out for his exclusive fashion line
Letters from Aleppo a show by Berlin-based urban art photographer Just, is curated by Open Walls Gallery and will open at Stattbad on the 15th of February. Opening hours: Thursday-Saturday, from 17:00 to 20:00 Exhibition on display 15/02/13 – 02/03/13 Admission: €3 The first part of the exhibition will introduce the viewer to Just’s images
English Theatre Berlin puts its Miete where its mouth is with two full weeks of programming from our most important resource—our community of international expatriot artists! Come check out a one-of-a-kind melting pot of theatrical forms and traditions: the English-language Freie Szene. The Expo has three components: evening performances, daytime workshops and
Adam Port David Mayer Reznik Rampa &ME Keinemusik-Release Nummer 17 ist etwas ganz Besonderes. &ME und Rampa haben sich mit Nomi (bekannt von Hercules & Love Affair, Jessica 6 und als Jahrgangsschönste der New Wave of Disco) zu NR& zusammen gekuschelt und veröffentlichen nun die ersten zwei Früchte dieser Berlin-NYC-Connection. Material, das bei jedem
WEBOOGIE & JANUS cordially invite to inaugurate a new era for Chesters, in which the open minded spirit and the legacy of our 90s predecessors will live on, and vibes will prevail. Ⓒ SCRATCHA DVA (HYPERDUB/LDN) Ⓒ VAIPER DESPOTIN (DESPOTIN FAM/LT) Ⓒ SARAH FARINA (WEBOOGIE/BLN) Ⓒ FRONT2BLACK (WEBOOGIE/DS) Ⓒ YOUR BODY (JANUS/BLN) Ⓒ MC NU’ZIA
Haus der Kulturen der Welt. This name is not just weirdly uncomfortable to foreigners, but to German speakers too. Haus der Kulturen der Welt. You'd think that Germans, who like to put words together, would call it "Weltkulturenhaus". It's remote area is pretty exceptional, too. To me, it seems just SO out of the way of anything that you'd have to be really dedicated to go to an event or exhibition. I know I used to pass it on one of my many trips with the designated tourist bus line "100", and keep thinking: man, what the hell, why would they place such a gorgeous object right into the middle of nowhere (and yes, Tiergarten is right in the middle of nowhere to me, because IF IT'S NOT IN KREUZBERG THEN HOW CAN IT EXIST?!). All joking aside, this is an exceptionally important place in Berlin. The Haus der Kulturen der Welt (House of the Cultures of the World - seriously, can we just call it Bert or something from now on? It just feels so cold and impersonal) is an institution full of cultural insights, from concerts to exhibitions to readings to films to conferences and whatever else can be visually exhibited in the "world cultures" context. Remember how everybody went crazy about the Transmediale partys a couple of days ago? Well, if you were so inclined to actually participate rather than just get wasted, you'd have known that the Haus der Kulturen der Welt plays a central role in enabling the exchange of cultural practices, even in music and popculture. Besides, it's one of the last institutions that is still completely funded and commissioned by the state, a growing rarity in Berlin.