Garteneroffnung at Berghain/Panorama Bar
BaBeLowroteFri, 04 May 2012i agree with most of these words
concerning the event: it satisfied my expectations - nice people, no groupies or pseudo-fans, great weather... (not judging the music played coz it's a matter of taste).
really nice to see Richie was so dedicated to what he was doing...
user-deletedwroteWed, 02 May 2012 thats exactly what i did not mean you should read the post again or did i write it that unclear? if yes i'm sorry. nevertheless the bouncers are doing a great job
erwandertanztwroteWed, 02 May 2012As long as they don't put some tables somewhere, it's underground
I repeat myself but the booking in this club was always more open-minded as we are. Indirectly gian and m_gda are making the point. Look at the residents! they are so differents from each others and we all have our favourites and the one we don't want to hear even if we get paid for it So logically the booking goes in every directions too. They don't need... More
halfemptyfullwroteWed, 02 May 2012Are you really suggesting that the bouncers can see, just by looking at you, if you have knowledge and love for the music?
2212chrisbwroteWed, 02 May 2012Well, no one who goes to Berghain on a regular basis would argue that it's a question of being or remaining underground. But even if Berghain can be considered part of a more exposed, somewhat mainstream electronic music culture, it's not necessarily due to their compatibility with that mainstream. It's a question of hype.
In it's most simple terms, a club that is as infamous as Berghain doesn't need a Richie Hawtin to fill a party that, in the last years, has always been heaving.
maccauk1wroteWed, 02 May 2012How can a club where hundreds of people fly in from all over the world every weekend to attend be considered underground? My mates little sister goes to Berghain. And she is not underground either.
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