Techno Culture in Berlin

Spherical mood on the night of May 25, 2007 in the newly re-opened Tresor | Photo: © dpa

Berlin Club Culture – from 1990 to Today

If the club of the time of the turnaround did not have even a tax ID number, those of today are no longer able to make do without a business plan. Two films tell the story of Berlin‘s club culture.More ...
Berghain the “best club in the world”; Photo: Martin Eberle

Berghain – Between Techno Excesses and State Subsidized Culture

This spring the Berlin Berghain was named the “best club in the world”. Nearly five years after its opening the German daily press felt prompted to report copiously about the techno club.More ...
Tresor Club Floor, Berlin; copyright: Tresor Berlin

Boom boom boom: Techno in Germany after the Wall

Berlin techno culture was born with the fall of the Wall.More ...
Bar 25, riverbank, Spree, Berlin; copyright: luci & coma

“Lost and Sound”: A Book about Berlin’s Techno Scene

Music critic Tobias Rapp wrote a book about the new face of Berlin’s club scene, its makers and club-goers. Lost and Sound takes readers on a trip to the city’s new techno clubs right by the Spree river.More ...
Club `Watergate´; Copyright: Watergate Club

Clubmetropole Berlin

Young party-seeking tourists only used to come to Berlin for the Love Parade. Nowadays, they flock into the city every weekend: for good electronic music and extra-long club nights they can’t find anywhere else.More ...

Techno City Berlin

Berlin need have no fear of being outshone by metropolises such as New York or Tokyo. Particularly when it comes to the fast beat.More ...

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Weblog: Rory’s Berlin Blog

Settling in Berlin: Travelwriter Rory MacLean gives an amusing and insightful account of his new home – part of “Meet the Germans”.