Ostgut Ton is marking 16 years of operations with a new compilation, 'Fünfzehn +1'.
Taking in 20 tracks, the compilation will first be released digitally on 5th November, with a 2xCD and 5x12" box set release set to follow on 3rd December. The tracklist features a number of label affiliates, as well as various regulars at Berghain.
JASSS has announced details of her new album.
The Berlin-based Spanish sound artist, producer and DJ, aka Silvia Jiménez Alvarez, will release 'A World of Service' via Berghain's in-house label Ostgut Ton on 26th November.
Berghain has announced a three-day livestream with its in-house label Ostgut Ton.
Filmed in the legendary Berlin club's concert room, Halle, a 19-hour programme of DJ sets will be broadcast from 28th July.
Berghain will reopen its garden area this weekend, with outdoor parties set to run from 1PM on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th July.
Freddy K, Paramida, Etapp Kyle, Ben Klock, and Gabrielle Kwarteng are among the names confirmed to play the first sessions at the legendary Berlin club in over nine months.
Halle am Berghain will host an art installation inspired by “Berlin's origins as a swamp” later this year.
After hosting a number of “sound exhibitions” and reopening as a gallery amid the coronavirus pandemic, Berlin clubbing institute Berghain has shared details of the latest installation headed for the club's cavernous halls.
A number of Berlin clubs have inspired Hitman III's new night time venue: Club Hölle.
As part of the final chapter in IO Interactive's Hitman trilogy, a new in-game nightclub on the outskirts of Berlin is the setting of Apex Predator: the third mission of HITMAN III.
Robbie Williams, has revealed his vision to open a multifunctional nightclub and art gallery in Berlin, Der Spiegel reports.
The 46-year-old, who rose to fame in the '90s as part of British boy band, Take That, told the German Press Agency: “I’m going to start a band and be a DJ and want to rent space in Berlin, a gallery with my art, and in the evening it will be a club – a bit like Berghain.”
Berghain will reopen as an art gallery in September, it has been announced.
From 9th September, those wishing to visit the hallowed club will be able to book guided tours through its main room, Panorama Bar and Säule, where works from 85 Berlin-based artists will be on display. Among the artists featured in the exhibition are Wolfgang Tillmans, Olafur Eliasson and Tacita Dean, as well as Sandra Mujinga, Christine Sun Kim and Shirin Sabahi.
Berghain is hosting limited-capacity “sound exhibitions”.
The Berlin club announced in March that they would be suspending "self-produced" events taking place, including Panoramabar and Säule, until 20th April surrounding the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
While the pandemic escalated, Berghain's doors remained closed to the public, but have now re-opened for limited-capacity exhibitions. The first show, titled Eleven songs -- Hall at Berghain, is the brainchild of artistic duo Sam Auinger and Hannes Strobl.
Berghain has cancelled all "self-produced" events taking place in the club, including Panoramabar and Säule, until 20th April amid the “current health situation", supposedly surrounding the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).