Auflegen im Schau Fenster

Last week I tested my new digital DJing set Traktor Scratch A6 at Schau Fenster gallery and it was really fantastic. The vinyl feel and controlling abilities combined with the ease of digital storage just kicks it. I won’t stop to buy vinyl though, but I feel some new possibilities have just been opened here. Here are some nice pics, shot by Sebastian Glowinski für GOOD GUYS ENTERTAINMENT.

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Lunchbeat Berlin

The seed was planted in Sweden, Stockholm, now it’s a global “movement”. Movement in a double meaning since in many cities worldwide the idea grew and since it is about moving. Your body. In your lunchbreak. To music in a club. That’s lunchbeat.

Simple and funny, it started in a parking lot in Stockholm and tomorrow, thursday 31st of May will see the first global and livestream-connected lunchbeat where people dance, have some food and drinks (water is for free).

“The tribe becomes one” is the motto and Berlin will see its lunchbeat at ZMF, Brunnenstr. 10, it starts at 1pm. Here is the Facebook event.

Disclosure: GoStockholmGoeteborg and VisitSweden support this event and my company P3000 works for them.

Long weekend – parties in Berlin

I’ll post some parties here which flew in my inbox. This is going to be the first real summer weekend, monday is a holiday, so be prepared!

Schau Fenster gallery opening
Tonight (friday 25th of may) I’ll play some tunes at Schau Fenster from 8pm. Come around, grab a beer, they are free!

Renate Open Air
Starts tonight, goes on for four days, on a lake, camping etc.
Who Made Who, Shir Khan, Koze and many, many others.

Courtyard Opening at Picknick – Saturday

Karneval der Kulturen
On sunday, all over Kreuzberg, full program here.

Sunday will also see many open airs, check the Open Air Berlin facebook page for current updates or Resident Advisor

Testing the embed

Nice, now which becomes ever more important to me for finding interesting texts gets an embed feature. This will replace the “quote”-Style in blogs and make discussions about texts across platforms easier to collect and follow.

Here is a fun one (in German):

This one is more serious in my opinion. The position of the German pirate party towards authors and copyright (at least the position of one of his most popular members Christoper Lauer: