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The Icelandic electronica event Extreme Chill Festival has been held in Iceland for the last four years at Hellissandur, Snæfellsnes - a place in such an amazing environment, with the sea on your right and the legendary Snæfelsjökull on the left and with like minded people all around. In the past 4 years Extreme Chill has become one of Europe’s most popular festivals for electronic music lovers. This summer the festival will celebrate its 5th anniversary in Berlin from 4th - 6th July. Three days of electronica music with some great artists from Iceland, Germany, Estonia, Canada & UK. The first two days will be held at the special Platoon Kunsthalle, with the final party taking place at Warschauer Str. 39/40. We're giving away 2x2 tickets to the event, so to win simply send an email to [email protected] and tell us what the Snæfelsjökull is.

The line-up includes: Thomas Fehlmann (DE), Hans Joachim Roedelius (DE), Mixmaster Morris (UK), Ruxpin (IS), Stereo Hypnosis (IS), Yagya (IS), Futuregrapher (IS), Skurken (IS) and many more...

FRI, 4 - 6 JUL | Platoon Kunsthalle & Warschauer Str. 39/40 | 23:00 | Website | Facebook | Tickets | 29€



If Connan Mockasin could choose to duet with any artist, it would be with Jaakko Eino Kalevi. We haven’t asked him, but we’re amazingly good at guessing. Not only a duet though, they’d also become best buddies. Sadly, they live too far away from each other - Connan is sunning it up in New Zealand, while Jaakko lives in the colder regions of Finland. While we wait for them to meet, we suggest that you go to Jaakko Eino Kalevi’s Berlin show. Because who wants to miss a part time Helsinki tram driver, who for the rest of his time runs his own record label & produces weird things? We’re giving away 2x2 tickets for this one of a kind performer’s show. To enter, just write an email to [email protected] with your idea of a dream musical duet - Let’s get weird with it, since we’re already there!

FRI, 27 JUN | Berliner Festspiele | Schaper Str. 24, Charlottenburg | 23:00 | Facebook | 10€




Drummer of Whomadewho, but also known for his successful dj career, the Danish artist Tomas Barfod is coming to town. More precisely, to Badeschiff. So while you’re having a dip and looking at the views that this extravagant swimming pool has to offer, you’ll be listening to sophisticated electronic music from one of the most well known Danish music producers. We know life's tough in Summer, but just to make it even “tougher” we’re giving away 2x2 tickets for this 'it-can’t-get-more-summery' event. Simply send us an email to [email protected] telling us why your life is so tough. We want to hear your rants!

FRI, 27 JUN | Badeschiff | Eichen Str. 4, Treptow | 20:00 | Facebook | 10€




We know it’s really cheesy to use love metaphors while talking about music, but we’re going to do it. Nordic by Nature has a lot of crushes, but some are overwhelming, and even more so when one of them (Sandra Kolstad) does something so lovely, as to do an introduction workshop to pop music for kids. This is when we get down on one knee and propose! While we do that, take your kids to the Nordic Embassies and let them discover how to make & produce a song, with the help of Sandra's expertise. Don’t forget to register first by emailing [email protected]!

SAT, 5 - 6 JUL | Nordic Embassies | Rauch Str. 1, Tiergarten | Both days from 15:00 - 19:00




This exhibition at the Mikael Andersen Gallery is a special one, and you shouldn’t miss it, because it’s gonna be their last & final one. Or at least the last one in Berlin, because the gallery in Copenhagen shall hopefully remain open! As it’s a special occasion, the exhibition will gather several Scandinavian artists together - Tom Anholt, Olafur Eliasson & Jesper Christiansen - who’ve all been a part of the gallery at some point in its history. The common denominator for the artists will be three dimensional paper sculptures and other work all relating to the basic & simple material that is paper. Something so basic that brings the art to its origin. There’s no better way to end something, than starting from the beginning.

Until SAT, 12 JUN | Mikael Andersen | Christinen Str. 16, Prenzlauer Berg | FREE

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