The musician, DJ and founder of Monika Enterprise reflects on a career defined by revolution and rule-breaking.
Ahead of the release of his new EP, Fall to Pieces, trip-hop pioneer Tricky chats to Huck about living in Berlin and why his sound has always defied expectation.
Some ardent ravers view the practice as a vessel to connect with something larger than themselves. But can a night at Berghain ever result in genuine transcendence?
Grappling with societal fractures and a far-right surge, young Germans have discovered a new way of building bridges in the face of disunity: hip hop.
Görli operates as a microcosm of tensions in the capital. The fight for its future remains ongoing – but the conclusion will have an impact that stretches way beyond the park’s walls.
From crypto-raves to artificial intelligence, Holly Herndon is reimagining how we use technology at what's starting to feel like a pivotal moment in history.
On Sunday, 70,000 people from the city’s clubbing community took to the streets to counter-demonstrate against the far-right AfD (Alternativ für Deutschland) party.
Throughout the ’90s, photographer Christian Vagt lived in the city’s squats, where he shot the everyday lives of his friends, lovers, and fellow LGBT activists.
In Vagabondage Diary, artist Ed Broner offers an intimate depiction of sex, drugs, art and music, taking his camera deep into the city’s underground as part of a pledge to immortalise absolutely everything.
In a new exhibition, the work of photographers David Neman, Tom Palluch and Christian Kage comes together to investigate the idea that growing up isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
In her latest book, photographer Gioia de Bruijn gets to grips with the hedonism and sexual freedom of underground Amsterdam, Berlin, and London.
Silvia Castro Pérez pursued her dream job as an architect until it felt like a creative dead-end. Then she taught herself how to tattoo, opening up a new world of possibilities.