Berlin-based band Mute Swimmer (acerbic lyrics, unconventional vocals) and American solo act Emperor X (think Mountain Goats, super pared-down) team up for a night of folk/rock. more »

Hosted by drag diva Anita Drink, with performances by crazy-sexy duo Choke Dash and Eat Lipstick's The Shredder as DJ, this night at Kaffee Burger is sure to be a wild one. more »

A few questions for... Father John Misty

J. Tillman metamorphosed into a shamanic lothario for 2012’s masterful "Fear Fun", his first release as Father John Misty. With "I Love You, Honeybear", commercial success seems a given. See for yourself at Heimathafen on Saturday, March 7. more »

Mar 4, 2015 11:30 AM Music & nightlife


Screw art – go sports! Why are athletes Berlin's real heroes? Find out in our March issue, where we tell you all about Berlin's top sports personalities, teams, controversies, social programmes and weird workouts. On newsstands now! more »

Mar 2, 2015 11:15 AM Features

On the eve of Women's Day, BOO HOO rounds up DJ sets by Born in Flamez and Stockholm trio Namaste, as well as a live set by Lola's Bad from L.A. Anything goes from R&B to grime to electro, from Top 40 to tumblresque. more »

This festival celebrates the lively Berlin of the roaring twenties and also the present-day city with a eclectic mix of musical performances, DJ'd parties, hand puppets, and film screenings. more »

Unique international event. Usually a great bar with its British style smoking-room and cocktail specials – a perfect place to meet & talk. For a short time Marlene Bar becomes Marlene Club. A once-a-year club at the InterContinental Berlin. more »

Noah Lennox of Animal Collective fame is truly coming into his own, solo, as Panda Bear. Touring with his new solo release Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper, this show sees support from indie breakout Jib Kidder and Lisbon-based Gala Drop. more »

Recent release On Your Love Again is getting major critic attention. This rising star’s breathy, ethereal voice and folksy vibes are right out of the 1960s. more »

Germany’s number-one teeny-boppers are back with the hit Kings of Suburbia. Here’s a chance to see the pop-rock faves in a small venue – if you can cough up the Geld. more »

Aside from the usual Wagner, this year spotlights French composer Pierre Boulez and features Vienna Philharmonic conductor Daniel Barenboim. more »

Themed around the concept of time, the avant-classical festival features cutting-edge concerts, films, and multi-disciplinary performances, including an epic 24-hour project at Kraftwerk Berlin. more »

The ones who professed “Beate Zschäpe hört U2” are making news with own brand of blackhumoured hip hop. Catch the German rappers as they tour their debut album Aversion. more »

After a nine-year hiatus, Carrie, Corin and Janet return with their blistering and acclaimed new record No Cities to Love. Huxleys Neue Welt. more »

Always ready to offend and/ or surprise, the LA-based AMpopper is sure to put on something interesting, as is quirky Dutch opener Harry Merry. more »

She’s come a long way from noise experiments in her teenage bedroom. The goth-pop queen is known for her lo-fi vibes, but lately she’s been working on a more refined sound. more »

After a nearly eight-year absence, the Canadian rockers play Berlin for the second time in less than 12 months. They tear up the stage with England’s Turbowolf. more »

To Ausländer, she’s little more than “99 Luftballons”; for Germans, she’s just back – with new album Oldschool. She’ll be going old-school herself at punk stronghold SO36. more »

A 19 percent VAT has cre
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 great significance more »

For the occasion of International Women's Day, Azerbaijani singer Emin releases his new single "Woman" off of his new album more...Amor. Catch the international pop royalty hot off his World Music Award win last year for summer hit "Amor". more »