Berghain has confirmed the full line-up for its annual marathon Silvester New Year's event.
Kicking off at 1am on Wednesday, January 1st, the party will continue until sometimes on Friday, November 3rd with a number of DJs and live acts playing across four floors at the club in that time.
The main Berghain floor will host Marcel Dettmann, Dr. Rubinstein, Volvox, Barker, Luke Slater, and Kobosil, amongst others, over the course of the party.
Born and raised in Mexico City and currently based in Berlin, Yoan Lokier might initially seem a bit intimidating. Her music is dark and ominous, combining elements of industrial, goth and post-punk with techno and electro, and she’s got a visual aesthetic to match, one that draws heavily from her long-running love of horror films. She’s also got a thing for spiders — not actual spiders, just images of them — and will often post photos or videos of herself with some sort of spooky arachnid filter.
Berghain resident Phase Fatale has announced a new album, ‘Scanning Backwards’, which lands on Ostgut Ton in the new year.
Eight tracks will feature on the record, slated to arrive on 24th January 2020. The music itself has been specifically designed for maximum impact on the dancefloor of the legendary Berlin venue, which celebrates its 15th birthday next month. It's the producer's second full-length work.
Berghain has announced a huge line-up for its 15th birthday celebrations.
The party will start at midnight on Saturday 14th December, running through until, as always with Klubnacht, sometime on Monday.
Berghain's 15th birthday will welcome a whopping 24 artists to the hallowed club, including Aurora Halal, Efdemin, Marcel Dettmann, Surgeon, Steffi and a live show from Caterina Barbieri in Halle, the rarely used third space.
A new fragrance based on the scent inside the original Tresor club in Berlin, which closed in 2005 before relocating and reopening in 2007, has been created.
The fragrance will come packaged with the first 300 copies to be sold of a new Russian translation edition of techno history book 'Der Klang Der Familie'. The new edition, which is being released to mark the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, will mark the first time that the book, written by Sven Von Thülen and Felix Denk, has been officially translated to Russian.
CockTail d'Amore will celebrate a decade of parties and releases with a new compilation and a book, due out in December.
The legendary Berlin party and collective, who started life as a DIY party in 2009, moving from clubs to illegal venues across the city, found a more stable home in 2014 at the Griessmuehle club. CockTail d'Amore soon launched a label, releasing EPs from Geist, Powder and Sfire.
A new calendar depicts various iconic Berlin clubs.
Following on from a limited-edition run of a '2019' version last year, Tine Fetz and Daniel Schneider's 'Places 2020 - Vergangene Orte Berliner Subkultur' features twelve illustrations of notable East and West Berlin clubs and various other nightlife haunts of the 1970s and 1980s.
As well as Metropol on the cover, the calendar features illustrations of Dschungel, La Belle, Tempodrom and more.
Legendary Berghain bouncer Sven Marquardt will play the Berlin club's Hospital Productions Nacht in November.
The New York label will take over Berghain on the 22nd next month, with Sven Marquardt, Prurient and Moritz von Oswald all slated to perform.
Becka Diamond will also perform at the party, alongside Lizuiz and Skin Crime, who both play live, and Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement.