Monthly Archives: November 2019

Iceland Airwaves // Review

Find out what we got up to at this year's fantastic Iceland Airwaves

Eat Lipstick // In Five

If you're looking for Berlin disco, glam, punk or all that's in-between, you've come to the right place: Eat Lipstick are that and so...

Tracks Of The Week // November 24th

TRACK OF THE WEEK Destroyer - It Just Doesn't Happen Dan Bejar’s latest single from his upcoming new album Have We Met is the soothing, dreamy...

Latest Issue // Kim Gordon

The first ever issue of Berlin in Stereo feat. Peaches, Anna of the North, Sudan Archives, Girl Ray and so much more.

Releases Of The Month // November

Releases Of The Month
All the very best releases from November that you can't miss.

In Berlin // Christian Müller – Pon’t Danic Music

Christian Muller
"There’s always some kind of clash in the mindsets of people living here: West-East, young-old, new-old residents."

Sudan Archives // Interview

Sudan Archives
“It felt really good to collaborate… And if it sucks, just blame it on them.”

Girl Ray // Interview

"We wanted to go a bit off-piste and write some stuff that wasn’t all just diary entries, you know?”

Anna Of The North // Interview

Anna Of The North
“It was like losing that part of me, so I had to find that again. You just have to start over.”

Video Premiere: Tara Nome Doyle – Neon Woods

Born in Berlin to Norwegian-Irish parents, Tara Nome Doyle is a name soon ready to fly off to grand stages. Last year's debut EP,...

Tracks Of The Week // November 18th

TRACK OF THE WEEK Grimes – So Heavy I Fell Through The Earth Grimes is one of the artists from which you should always expect the...

Violetta Zironi // In Five

Italian-born Violetta Zironi started singing at the young age of three. By joining a local choir, her aptitude for music developed quite rapidly, and...

Pizzagirl // In Five

Living up to the vibrant name, Pizzagirl makes infectious, off-kilter pop that feels like the soundtrack to a forgotten John Hughes movie. The creative...

Peaches // Interview

“It’s my way of coping with my view of the world, my way of saying ‘fuck the patriarchy’.”

A.S. Fanning // In Five

Those with a true gift for words are hard to ignore. Drawing inspiration from Irish literary tradition and folk music, as well as 60s...

TR/ST – The Destroyer 2 // Album Review

Musical direction differs from that of his past, but by incorporating raw, truthful elements into his music, Alfons has created an inspiring record – and his most consistent to date.

Tracks Of The Week // November 11th

TRACK OF THE WEEK Andy Stott – Versi Straight out of the shadows and directly into our ears, Manchester-based producer Andy Stott has delivered his first...

iris // In Short

Iris' new EP, the aptly named femme floral, is fully-formed, world-class pop. Picking up where debut, a sensitive being left off, it builds on...

Video Premiere: Krista Papista – ‘I Love the Smell of my...

'I Love The Smell Of My Pussy' has seen input from Krista Papista, performance artist Florentina Holzinger and none other than Planningtorock. Meet Krista Papista,...

Synästhesie Festival 2019 // In Six

Synästhesie Festival has come a long way since its humble beginnings at 8MM Bar, a place most consider a safe haven for local garage...


On the cusp of her show at Kantine Am Berghain (part of XJAZZ Festival), we invited Sassy 009 to share some the tracks that...