Category Archives: Germany

Spotlight On…Delicious Doughnuts, Berlin

Delicious Doughnuts

Nestled in the central Mitte district of Berlin is an establishment that we’re sure has had more than one tourist entering its doors looking for a sweet treat rather than a cold beer. Delicious Doughnuts, unfortunately, does not serve doughnuts of any variety but rather a roster of djs who nightly fill the small dance floor.   The venue has ... Read More »

Music Interview: DJ Wool + Berlin

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Glen Brady, aka DJ Wool, is a DJ and Music Producer, co founder of Berlin based label We Collect Enemies and a founding member of Indie Dance duo The Glass with Dominique Keegan of Plant Records (co-owned by Hip hop pioneer Stretch Armstrong). A Dublin native and Berlin transplant via Brooklyn (did you get all that?) Brady has been tearing-up ... Read More »

Extended Travel: Neuschwanstein, Germany

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Less than two hours outside of Munich, along a quaint two-lane highway, sits a castle any little girl will recognize. The castle rises from amongst the treetops, high up the mountainside, looking as if it has emerged from a dream and if you were to blink, it might disappear forever. The castle is Neuschwanstein, former home of a reclusive king, ... Read More »

We <3: The Love Parade

LoveParade

The first time Berlin hosted the Love Parade, in 1989, the Wall was four months from falling. It started out as a small political demonstration organized by Dr Motte, with about 150 guests attending. When the Wall fell, techno music streamed into East Berlin, filling the abandoned warehouses that were transformed, seemingly overnight, into clubs.     Read More »

Back to Berlin

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While the world celebrates the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall let’s take a look at the Wall on film.     Read More »

OUT NOW! Music + Travel Worldwide: 12 Cities / 12 Scenes

Music+Travel Worldwide

In Music+Travel Worldwide our expert guides take a musical tour around the globe. Check out our sound sampler before you buy the book…   Jazz Land: Chicago by Peter Margasak Jazz Hometown Hero: Ken Vandermark and the Ken Vandermark 5     Click to hear 11 more… Read More »

Creepy Cinema: Suspiria

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Dario Argento’s 1977 slasher flick ‘Suspiria‘ is one of the creepiest films of all time — and one of the most beautiful. It’s the last film ever developed at the Technicolor processing plant and ‘Suspiria’ oozes horror: the greens are more acidic, the reds bloodier and the shadows are among the creepiest ever captured on film, inspired by the rich ... Read More »

The Scene in Six Sounds: Germany

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In this week’s installment of The Scene in Six Sounds, Museyon Guide James Hendicott heads back to Germany, a country where he used to live, to give us a report on the local scene — from delightfully cheesy Euro pop to some slightly scary metal. So James, tell us: Was ist mit der deutschen Musik?   Read More »

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