Experience a Taste of Berlin at CLUB Berlin @ 2 Hang Kasturi

Date Fri, 13th Jan '17 - Thu, 9th Feb '17
Time 8am (weekdays) / 10am (weekends) - 8pm (weekdays) / 10pm (weekends)
Venue 2 Hang Kasturi

Berlin is the Mecca of the club scene – enough that Kuala Lumpur now has a bar-cum-club whose namesake is the city. And what techno head doesn’t aspire to one day make the pilgrimage to the infamous Berghain? Even Conan O’Brien tried to enter the club for a sketch and all he got from it was the wrath of scorned very-serious fans. Well, Goethe-Institut Malaysia and Detour Asia are bringing a taste of Berlin to Kuala Lumpur at 2 Hang Kasturi from 13 January to 9 February ’17 via both sights and sounds. The main attraction is its exhibition wherein famed photographer Martin Eberle’s documentation of Berlin’s ‘90s club scene is presented alongside Berghain bouncer Sven Marquardt’s portraitures of the same theme. Complementing the photographic works is a playlist arranged by Marcel Dettmann, Rødhåd, Head High, Massimiliano, Answer Code Request, Tale of Us, David August, and Modeselektor, and rare Boiler Room videos of Le Fleur, Len Faki, Discodromo, Sarah Farina, Mano Le Tough, and Lucy.

The programming also includes:

13 January ‘17
Opening Reception with Sven Marquardt – 7pm – 9pm
Afterparty wit JonnyVicious, Slutski, and Yenn Lim – 9pm – 1am (free entry)

14 January ‘17
Berlin Subculture: Berghain, a Dialogue with Sven Marquardt as Facilitated by CEE – 4pm – 6pm

17 January ‘17
Ableton Live Music/DJ Production Workshop with Phon.o (50Weapons / BPitch Control) – 7pm – 10pm (free entry, RSVP to workshop@detourasia.net)

20 January ‘17
DJ Gig by Phon.o (50Weapons / BPitch Control) with support from Notion A, Reesh9000, and CEE – 10pm – 3am (RM25 cover charge)

4 February ‘17
Concert by Urban String (Hamburg / Ensemble Resonanz) and Fatim (Akhyla / ATTAGIRL) – 8pm – 10pm (free entry)
Afterparty with Fatim (Akhyla / ATTAGIRL) and more – 10pm – 3am (free entry)

Listen to Phon.o’s pre-CLUB Berlin mix below:

Keep updated here. More from Goethe-Institut Malaysia here and Detour Asia here.