Whether you’re commemorating ‘68 or raising the flag for #MeToo, get in the protest mood at these April shows. more

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Julien Bracht of ambitious Berlin postpunk duo Lea Porcelain tells us how to make it big in the post-digital age. They play Funkhaus with Anika on Apr 14. more

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In our brand-new blog, “Avocado Johnson” goes to that thing you’re curious about to answer the question: Are you missing out? This time: Brian Eno at the Gropius-Bau. more

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INTERVIEW! Holly Herndon and Mathew Dryhurst on their immersive contribution to the ISM Hexadome, on this month at Martin-Gropius-Bau. She performs twice on Apr 6 (20:00 and 22:00) more

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This month, Berliner Festspiele continues its foray into the world of immersive art with the ISM Hexadome, a six-screen, 360-degree audiovisual system created by Berlin’s Institute of Sound and Music for artists to use as a multimedia playground. more

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Brazilian staycation, anyone? Our latest issue delves into Berlin's 12,000 strong Brazilian community (and the Germans who love it) – caipirinhas, capoeira and all. Plus an interview with the enfant terrible of Berlin's Roma community and much more! more

UK hip hoppers Alex Linton and Nick Fox explain the motive behind their collective Peanut Butter Beats before their Bi Nuu takeover on March 17. more

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INTERVIEW! MaerzMusik headliner Terre Thaemlitz on the power of boredom in music, deep house nostalgia and representing “women and other non-males”. more

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The "Festival for Time Issues", aka experimental music, returns this year with "Time Wars" (Mar 16-25). Here's what to know and where to go. more

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With experimental and avant-garde on the rise, here’s your month in out-there (and less out-there) music. more

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They're grinding sausages, forming motorcycle gangs, masturbating and having man-free babies... our new issue's all about Berlin's empowered women. Plus Kreuzberg vs. Google, your March in culture, entertainment and food, and much more! more

Exberlinale Interview: Taming the megalomaniac

INTERVIEW! Our critic sits down with director Philipp Jedicke to discuss Shut Up And Play The Piano, his slick portrait of larger-than-life musician / provocateur Chilly Gonzales. more

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The Exberlinale Blog: Sheer(an) Torture

An Ed Sheeran doc had us howling with despair, but Steven Soderbergh's gloriously trashy new thriller offered some much-needed light relief. more

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Exberlinale Interview: Problematic pop stars – M.I.A.

INTERVIEW! Controversial pop star M.I.A. has always flipped negatives to positives. Can she do the same for the documentary she initially lambasted? more

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INTERVIEW! East London buzz band Superorganism finally emerges from the shadows. They'll be embarking on a long-awaited cross-continental tour, including a stop at Festsaal Kreuzberg on Feb 23. more

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The eighth Chor@Berlin celebrates choir music for singers and non-singers alike is back for four days at Radialsystem and Universität der Künste starting Feb 22. more

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Put your gentrifying guilt aside and embed yourself in the Berlin-Bosphorus connection at the neighbourhood’s newest live music venue. An offshoot of the Istanbul alternative club Arkaoda opened on Karl-Marx-Platz in January. more

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With her album release coming up this month, Laura Winkler tells us about her band Holler My Dear's new album "Steady As She Goes" (out February 2). more

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If you have even the slightest touch of francophilia in you, February is your month for music. more

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It's almost time for the Berlinale (Feb 15-25)! Prepare yourself with our guide to the festival's controversies and must-sees, plus a look at the women who rule Berlin's indie screens, Germany's first #MeToo outing and much more, on stands now! more

At the Museum for Communication, Hermann Vaske’s Why Are You Creative? offers an existential quick fix for the arty set. more

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