GROOVE Magazine launch listening parties in unexpected locations across Berlin

Groove Magazine enlist Cinthie, Efdemin, Marcel Dettmann, DJ Gigola, Lakuti and Radio Slave to play unmixed 90 minute sets at unique locations across Berlin.

The magazine has organised a series of DJ concerts inspired by the approach of listening bars in Japan in order to bring the sound we all love to a variety of unexpected locations in Berlin including Liebermann-Haus at Wannsee, a parking garage on Müllerstraße in Wedding and the Ibn Rushd-Goethe Mosque in Moabit.

Kicking off proceedings, Cinthie will play on the hard concrete of a parking garage in Müllerstraße in Wedding. Marcel Dettmann will play Liebermann-Villa at Wannsee at the western border of the city, whilst DJ Gigola, passionate West-Berliner, will be exposed to the tourist hustle and bustle of Warschauer Straße. Lakuti is set to play on the former Berlin airfield, Tempelhofer Feld. Efdemin, at times making use of elements of Christian church music, will perform in an intercultural mosque. Radio Slave will appear in our editorial office as he pursues an intellectual approach to electronic music. Listening places is funded by Berlin’s Capital Culture Fund.

There will be 40 tickets available for each event, available direct from Groove. Cinthie tickets are out now.

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