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Apart from a focus on Chicago and Europe, US guitarist Mary Halvorson shapes this year’s Jazzfest as its artist in residence. more

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Got beat to those November gig tix you really wanted? Don’t despair, chances are there is another concert that will tick all your boxes. more

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From techno to rap: the eclectic 3hd festival returns Oct 23-27 with a characteristically genre crossing line-up to HAU, Säule, Ohm and Kunstquartier Bethanien more

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Who deserves to be part of the cultural pantheon, the ultimate hall of fame? This month Berlin gets to experience five female musicians well on their way to making history. more

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The bass player of Berlin indie pop outfit Britta on their spontaneous 20th-anniversary tour. Britta hits Festsaal Kreuzberg on Oct 11. more

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Alarmed by the steady AfD presence in his neighbourhood, Konstantin Gropper poured his angst into a dark new album. We caught the indie chameleon ahead of his upcoming Volksbühne gigs (Oct 1-3). more

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The DJ and writer on his cabaret-inspired queer act Godmother dropping their debut album. Hear it for the first time on the one-off talk show "The Late Joey Hansom" with Olympia Bukkakis on Sep 20, 21:00 at Roter Salon. more

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INTERVIEW! Alt-rock icons Garbage return to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their sophomore record, playing Version 2.0 in its entirety. Before they take the stage at Huxley's Neue Welt on Sep 18, we spoke to frontwoman Shirley Manson. more

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INTERVIEW: After forays into jazz, folk and film score composition, prolific Swiss singer-songwriter Sophie Hunger dives into the realms of synth-pop on her new album Molecules. She celebrates with five consecutive shows in Berlin, starting Sep 15. more

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This month, contemporary music reigns supreme in over 100 venues across town. Here are some festivals and concerts not to miss. more

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What does it take to get you excited for a concert? Bands and festivals are selling the “VIP experience” and milestone anniversary gigs to draw the fussy crowds. more

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Mark Allan

INTERVIEW: Ahead of opening this year's UK-themed Wassermusik festival at HKW with his Brexit Big Band, Matthew Herbert talks about renegotiating British identity and a government grant that backfired. more

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From Friedrichshain to rural Poland, from techno to violins: whatever you’re after, this festival season has you covered. The season kicks off with the last Freqs of Nature (Jul 4-9) Niedergörsdorf ever. more

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Upon his return to the stage, Patrick Wagner of noise rock band Gewalt talks about the cruelty of hipster coffee and the solidarity that helped overcome his fears. Gewalt takes on a not-so-regular gig at Kunstverein Neukölln on Jun 17. more

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From folk rock to piano pop, minimalist dance music and DJ sets, Torstraßen Festival covers all bases – and hosts Exberliner’s 16th birthday bash. It's on Jun 8-10 all over Mitte. more

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Longterm Berlin musician Dena on her new love for demo recordings. Catch her at our 16th birthday party on Sat, Jun 9, 20:00 at Ballhaus Berlin. more

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Have you ever seen a global superstar in concert before they were known? This might be your lucky month. more

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QUOTE! These days probably feeling anything but isolated, Berlin’s best indie nihilists play a homecoming gig at Astra Kulturhaus in support of new album "Vergifte Dich" on May 12. more

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The month, we take stock of the current state of hip hop in Germany as well as on the other side of the pond. more

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From 4D live shows to whizzing drones, MIRA (May 5) and the BVMAs (May 23-26) have your audiovisual needs covered. more

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