Bavarian named century storm Xaver brings chaos and tears over the people. Well, in Berlin it takes you two minutes to lit your ciggi, at least. You won’t need no umbrella tonight, no make-up, it will be all ruined before getting there. But getting where? We got some recommendations for parties and what else this weekend. You can win 2×2 tickets for that bass underground party Nachbarschaftsbass that no Xaver can stop by leaving a comment below why you HAVE TO GO!
Œ Magazine Issue 6: Release Party
Friday 06.12.2013 / / Œ Magazine Issue 6: Release Party / Lehrter Str. 17 / 19.00 / Berlin
✈ Line-Up ✈ Marius Funk, Vanity
Fashion and seen/to be seen at Lehrter Bahnhof.
Friday 06.12.2013 / Backyard / Nachbarschaftsbass / Gitschinerstr. 22 / 23.00 / Berlin
✈ Line-Up ✈ NANGDO (WeBoogie,), GIAM, GOFI , J.CLOUD, MINOTO, OSTBLOKKK (BASSGANG)
SPECIAL GUEST: BOOGIE MANN (FUKUSHIMA / JAPAN)
You want to know how the Underground Bass youth celebrates? There you go! Hot booty shaking chicks and friendly gangsters in the house. A special guest will be Boogie Mann with a live set and Hip Hop Don’t Stop Babo Giampiere is playing, too. You can win two tickets by leaving a comment below saying why you have to go, easy!
Apple zum Frühstück
Saturday 07.12.2013 / Nero Bar at Imperial / Lesung / Friedrichstr. 101 / 20.00 / 14 Euro / Berlin
✈ Line-Up ✈ Jackie Asolazadeh herself!
Jackie used to hang out at the coolest ever 90s Techno clubs in the ‚Old Berlin‘. She belonged to the Berlin Techno Underground scene and I guess she is just the coolest girl ever. She now wrote a book named Apple zum Frühstück! I haven’t read it yet but hey, who else would be as priviledged to write about Berlin nightlife other than Jackie?
18 Years Partysan
Saturday 07.12.2013 / Tresor / 18 years Partysan / Köpenicker Str. 70/ 23.00 / Berlin
✈ Line-Up ✈ Alfred Heinrichs feat. Viviana Alvarez Live, Antientertainers Live, Kreuz Ost Live , René Bourgeois and more!
For all techno hungry Berlin visitors we recommend to visit the Tresor at least once! This will open your eyes for a complete new Berlin especially when used to hang out in Neukölln so far. The Partisan is a guide just like this one, but founded at a time when they used real paper and printing to advertise parties. What? never heard? This was 18 years ago!