Berlin-based singer Bonnie Li wants us to die, and it’s music to our ears. In connection with the release of her new album, “Wǒ Men“, Bonnie Li got in touch with us. Now, when we receive a nice email from a reader sharing their music, we’re always inclined to listen. Sometimes sympathetically. But this time, … Read more Bonnie Li Wants You to Die in Dreamy New Video
Berlin’s live music schedule is as unrelenting as ever this week, especially if you’re an indie rock fan. There’s unmissable gigs happening every night, which should neatly disguise BLY’s beer drinking habit for another week. Read on to find out where you should be this week. Thursday May 4th Ducks! / Leoprrrds / Party Fears … Read more Tom’s Gig Guide #14 – Indie Rock Overload!
Forget your ill-conceived detox – January wasn’t the most sensible time to start one, was it? Defrost your frozen heart and put on your dancing shoes. It’s time to party. Friday 20th January Adriano Celentano Gebäckorchester @ Marie Antoinette Antje Öklesund was one of Berlin’s best small live music venues and the host of many … Read more Tom’s Gig Guide #11 – Party Like An Italian
It’s cold. It’s dark. But who cares. Life’s too short to stay in doors and age gracefully. Get out there and see some shows! Saturday 19th November Brant Bjork @ Columbia Theater Kyuss were and always will be one of the greatest desert rock bands. Their dusty juggernaut sound roared through the early ’90s and … Read more Berlin Gig Guide #8 – Family Reunions, Birthdays and a Bikini Jesus
November’s only just begun and already Berlin has been witness to some classic gigs. The Fall’s repetitive chaos slayed a packed-to-the-rafters SO36 crowd on Wednesday whilst Jon Spencer and his band Boss Hog grooved it out last night. Since it’s getting bloody dark bloody quickly all of a sudden, now’s the perfect time to get … Read more Berlin Gig Guide #7: Doomy-Krautrock with a Mad Dose of Ambient-German-Jazzcore. Any Questions?
Cage the Elephant and Chrome Pony take to the stage tonight at Postbahnhof for an evening of anarchic garage rock and catchy rock ‘n’ roll tunes. Cage the Elephant first came to my attention with the release of their first, self-titled, album in 2008. Young and brash, they gave off an almost petulant air – … Read more US Pop-Rock Takeover Tonight at Postbahnhof: Cage the Elephant/Chrome Pony