Maria Zastrow recounts wild nights from “anti-culture” hubs like Risiko and Dschungel, a popular hangout for the likes of David Bowie and Mick Jagger.
In this oral history, Berliners tell us about the city’s iconic and freewheeling ’90s art and squat culture that spawned rave culture as we know it.
Electropunk renaissance man Steve Morell recalls onstage orgasms and mind-bending Peaches performances in a monologue for the Berlin Experiment series.
Explore three decades of sexual experimentation in Berlin subculture with the Love Parade founder.
The genesis of Digital Hardcore—the label and genre—from East Berlin’s post-apocalyptic wasteland.
This is the story of Berlin’s first queer salon, Boudoir, Lena Braun‘s hub of art, opulence and Astroturf.
Tresor founder Dimitri Hegemann remembers FischBüro, a hangout for eccentric West Berlin intelligentsia and location of Berlin´s first techno club UFO.
NDW icons Beate Bartel & Gudrun Gut recall the rise of the original all-girl punk band Mania D.
Danielle de Picciotto co-founded the Love Parade and coined its fashion style. In this monologue she remembers the genesis of Berlin’s most successful event.
Artist Wolfgang Müller looks back at his controversial film which cast a toddler as Sid Vicious argues in favour of the subversive power of the swastika.
At the beginning of the nineties, the underground was in charge of Berlin.
In the first of a new series of artists talking about their relationship with the city of Berlin, Robot Koch (of Jahcoohzi and Robots Don’t Sleep) wonders if the Berlin party is over.