The Electronic Week

Roisin Murphy

This week is all in honor of Electronic Beats – the music platform that supplies us with the best concerts and mini-festivals, as well as its own magazine and DVD series. They are celebrating their 10th anniversary this Tuesday at Tape club and will have another one of their festivals here in Berlin on Thursday with Roisin Murphy. You can still win tickets for it, but only today here. It’s unfortunaly already sold out. More events after the jump.

NOTE: The Blitz party is on Friday!


Electronic Beats 10th anniversary party at Tape club (Heidestr. 4) with Caribou live and Barbara Panther at 20:30h.

Headache at Bang Bang Club (Neue Promenade 10) with Peaches DJ Set at 23h.


Electronic Beats Festival with Roisin Murphy, Human League and Delphic at Radiasysteme. Sold Out.


A new fabulous avantgarde fashion store is opening in Oranienstr. 24: Voo! Of course there is a big party starting at 19h.

My old uni, the HTW, is opening a new exhibition presenting the work of their students at the HKW (John-Foster-Dulls-Allee 10) including a fashion show and after show party. Starts at 19h.

The Illustrative presents: The Opium Den at Direktorenhaus. A new big group exhibition at the exciting art space! Starting at 21h, Am Kögel 2.

You like the glamorous style of the 80s? Then the Blitz party at LUX is your thing. Dress up (or get dressed up) in the style of London’s New Romantics scene from the 80s. This is your chance to glam up, especially if you can’t get enough of dressing up after Halloween. Schlesische Str. 41, 23h.


Looking for high quality vintage fashion? Check out the WMP! fleamarket at Betahaus (Prinzessinnenstr 19/20) starting at 13h.

You like cute little things and adorable fashion? There is loads of this stuff at the Trendmafia market in the Brunnenstr. 64 this Saturday from 13-20h


Trendmafia market at Brunnenstr. 64 from 12-18h.

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Frank is the founder and editor-in-chief of iHeartBerlin. He takes photos, makes videos, and writes texts mostly about what's going on in Berlin. His vision and interests have shaped iHeartBerlin since its conception back in 2007 - and he hopes to continue bringing you the best of Berlin for many years to come.