Berlin here we go again!

After more than 2 and a half years we are back in Berlin! and of-course we are looking forward to have a lot of fun while being.

This time we were really lucky partywise, with great line-ups awaiting us; I’m just hoping we will have enough energy for a party marathon.

Friday we are warming up at Tresor with a select line-up. Three great artists, Norm Talley, Amir Alexander and Steven Tang (live), are playing for Mark Zucker’s Finale Sessions label night at Globus stage. Downstairs, in the stroboscopic landscape of the basement are some of the best French Techno heads Zadig, Francois X, together with the Syncrophone man John Sill.


Even though Globus isn’t really one of my favorite places, because the last times when I was there the crowd was very young and not really into the music, just wasted and confused, I hope the music will make the effort worth it. If not we can submerge in the Tresor atmosphere, dark, stroboscopic and minimal.

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Actually the main reason for this Berlin trip is to see our beloved friend, the sound painter and artist, the dek-wizard Traxx from Nation. He will be performing at Panorama Bar and it should be a blistering time.


The night & day it’s full of other interesting live acts like Morphosis, Dark Comedy, Octave One, Dexter, Scion and DJ sets by Patrice Scott, Rolando and the residents Steffi, Tama Sumo.

Also of highest interest for us is the set of  Silent Servant, one of the best out there! He is also performing live the night before at Berghain, at the Downwords Nacht, unfortunately two nights in a row at Berghain would be to much for us …

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Watch this space for updates 😉

Berlin here we go again!

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