Innervisions' Âme will be joined by Move D for the event's latest tour of Australia.
Berlin Sessions will take over venues in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth next month, with Âme, Move D and Benjamin Fröhlich picking up the reigns of the headlining spots.
The Future Classic-backed Berlin Sessions events appear to be garnering themselves with quite a reputation among Australian fans of deep European house and techno. Isolee, Solomun, Arto Mwambé, Justus Kohncke, Stimming and Marcus Worgull have accounted for the touring talent at the previous two Berlin Sessions roadshows, and for their next round of soirees, the crew behind the event have arguably assembled their strongest bill to date. Those who have experienced Frank and Kristian of Âme playing either individually or as a duo, will vouch for their engaging, and often eclectic take on modern house music. And speaking of which, another expert of his field David Moufang AKA Move D will appear, along with Benjamin Fröhlich of respected Munich disco imprint Permanent Vacation, providing the perfect counterpoint to the more groove-focused sounds of Âme and D.
Beginning at Perth's Ambar on Friday November 6th, the tour will move to Bar Soma in Brisbane the following evening, before hitting Melbourne's Prince Bandroom on Friday 13th November and Sydney's Civic Hotel the evening after.