via EBNet: “Those of us who live in Berlin know that the city is unparalleled in terms of its nightlife offerings. But for people who are new to the clubbing capital, traveling through, or just want a change of pace, some lesser-known but wonderful music institutions might pass under the radar.
Most of us know to queue up at Tresor or Berghain for an epic night out. But if you’re looking for a different experience—like a sex party at KitKatClub, a punk show at Urban Spree, or a laid-back drink at the rooftop bar Klunkerkranich—then we recommend you consult the list below.”
“Dying Songs” focuses on melancholic electronic music but isn’t limited to that. Sometimes it gets dark, sometimes I try to mix techno awkwardly, sometimes i get nostalgic… I like stuff that’s dreamy, ghostly, pretty and sad. I’ll try out new productions of my own, as well. I’m keeping it pretty open and we’ll see how it evolves.”
Make It New resident DJ Coralcola turned in a dreamy, droney mix for legendary internet radio station Dublab and its long-time resident DNTEL aka Jimmy Tamborello. It includes a few of his own unreleased tracks alongside some folks who have visited Boston over the year… Tracklist is below.
coralcola – slowmobile – unreleased
mukqs – v on shenton – hausu mountain kaitlyn aurelia smith – i will make room for you – western vinyl
internet club – pure trance – self released
coralcola – live jazz – unreleased
xyr – arcana – not not fun lapalux – smoke streams – brainfeeder
auscultation – laces – 1080p palmbomen ii – dreams always come true – beats in space
ghettohousedrummachine – suadade – infinite pleasure
central – pillow peace – dekmantel
2 responsible – warm for a long time – asl singles club
hannes rasmus – die idee ist gut doch die welt ist schon zu weit – notown
earth trax – deprive me of air – lost palms
dj deep – tuesday record shopping in paris – kaoz theory ricardo villalobos – dexter (two lone swordsmen mix) – playhouse
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