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Dark Mofo.
A festival somewhere over the rainbow.
10-21 June


This week’s recommendations are two events taking place in South London, both highlighting the work and music of producer Terre Thaemlitz aka DJ Sprinkles. Café OTO presents an evening of talk, video and audio with Thaemlitz, starting with a multi-media reading of “Naisho Wave Manifesto” (“Secrecy Wave Manifesto”), which Thaemlitz produced for the first issue [...]


It’s been a little over a year that Acud, that veteran among independent arts spaces in Berlin, has been taken over by a new generation with fresh ideas under the heading Acud Macht Neu. All the more reason to join them this weekend for their first anniversary party tomorrow, offering a tasty musical line-up, naturally, [...]


Australian label ALAS makes the most wonderful and comfy sleepwear. You can find some of their organic and fairly produced pyjamas at Möon in Berlin or online where they now also happen to have a sale.

Guilty Pleasures

A lot of times, the tracks you’d call “guilty pleasures” are so much better than the ones you’re “o-f-f-i-c-i-a-l-l-y” supposed to love (before midnight, sober etc.)… (V. Maier pic, btw.)

One Night In Berlin

Just in case you’re feeling that Berlin winter blues already: go out at night, and go underground.


The song is good, but the video is wonderful. Fueling the beats and lyrics with Parallax-inspired stop motion, Nelson de Castro’s take on Digitalism’s Wolves is insanely addictive, and rather than sapping the viewer’s interest, the cinematic trope increases the hallucinatory momentum of the visuals, culminating in a cryptic Pop Rocks stare-off. How I’d like to [...]

Dekmantel Festival

Summer is nearly upon us, and with lots of festivals everywhere, we advise not to miss the return of Dekmantel festival to Amsterdam for 2014. With the likes of Nicolas Jaar recently announced and others such as Mount Kimbie (Now on tour), Jamie XX, Joy Orbison and waves more, its at an easy all [...]


Ever wanted to go people watching in front of Berlin’s famed Berghain club on a Sunday morning? So did photographer Oliver Eglin, who took a series of portraits of clubbers post-euphoria, or as he puts it, ‘in the transitional stage between the fantasy of Berghain/Panorama and the blandness of the real world’. But rest assured, [...]

Better Luck Next Time

We didn’t get to see that Linda Perhacs show at Berghain this week, but here’s her 1970 album – plus, Dean Blunt is in town tonight!
Parallelograms by Linda Perhacs