Our next guest is an avid vinyl collector that has been a long-standing favourite at Berlin's seminal ://about party. Serving up everything from obscure leftfield house to fathomless bass, trippy electro to fierce techno, you can count on resom for a night of relentless cutting edge dance floor onslaughts.
Having been raised with a tightknit group of artists in Leipzig, resom became part of a music collective called homoelektrik and founded a workshop series for women known as Do It Herself, where she immersed herself in the social and cultural side of the music scene.
Currently, resom curates a show on Berlin Community Radio as well as runs a discussion series called Amplified Kitchen that takes place in the garden at ://about party. She’s also gotten involved at Mint – a collective for women in electronic music which teaches DJ workshops.
Pull through as the eclectic selector digs through her mixed bag for a night of musical exploration of universal sounds unlike any other.
H E A D Q U A R T E R S
resom (://about party, Berlin)
SIN-PIT spent her formative years in Singapore and Pittsburgh; both of which are small cities with thriving techno scenes and she undoubtedly has a lot of punches to throw with her electro-tinged leftfield selections.
U P S T A I R S
A Singapore-based DJ hailing all the way from Kobe, Muto Masashi weaves his music selections through disco, soul, funk and techno for a lush and emotional musical journey.
A purveyor of the finest house music heard on the floor, you can always count on Ulysses to show you a good time.
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Cover charge applies. $25 all night.
Doors for the bar open at 10pm and the DJ will start at 11pm.
▶ No ID, no entry.
▶ No camera flash.
▶ Please respect the vibe.
Please note that there will be no entry to Headquarters/Upstairs after 02.30H without a valid entry stamp.
The management reserves the right to refuse entry at its own discretion.