Berghain

Opinion

19 things to avoid in 2019

Give a wide berth to all of the following people, places and situations and you might just scrape through the year ahead without feeling the need to punch yourself repeatedly in the face. Happy New Year!
James Anderson
5 days ago
Music

this producer is inspiring björk from the berlin underground

"Houston raised me, Berlin saved me".
Juule Kay
7.24.18
Fashion

the i-D guide to fashion terminology in 2018

After last year’s curation of fashion descriptors and definitions brought us bintern, vete-phrenia and shitegeist, we consulted with some of our best fashion biz buds to keep you firmly in the loop of today’s best/worst industry words.
James Anderson
5.1.18
Music

how sophie radically changed the music industry

One of the most visionary producers of her generation, Sophie continues to test the boundaries within which electronic music exists. In a rare interview, she discusses queer spaces, fame and the importance of PC Music.
Ryan White
4.23.18
Think Pieces

kylie defines the term ‘gay icon’ with berghain show

Minogue, not Jenner, obv.
Alim Kheraj
2.8.18
Music

your guide to daf, the godfathers of techno

You can thank them for your favourite sexy, sweaty dance floor bangers.
Russell Dean Stone
9.14.17
News

buy (a piece of) berghain’s iconic mural for your home

Official merch doesn't get much better than this.
Hannah Ongley
3.20.17
Culture

tenax: the greatest club you don’t know about

Celebrating 35 years at the forefront of European clubbing, we say forget Berghain: those in the know head to Tenax.
Matthew Whitehouse
11.25.16
News

conan o'brien's visit to berghain proves controversial

Conan stopped outside the famous club with a film crew, leaving club kids divided.
Isabelle Hellyer
9.6.16
News

berghain was struck by lightning so everyone took their clothes off

Nice try, Thor.
Matthew Whitehouse
8.31.16
Music

berghain’s hardest bouncer is holding an exhibition in ibiza

Sven Marquardt’s photographs document Berlin over the past 30 years.
Lula Ososki
8.5.16
Music

wild nights and love parades: a history of techno in berlin

In 1988 Ralf Niemczyk went underground in West Germany for i-D to report on the early days of the techno scene in Berlin, Frankfurt and Hamburg, bringing the world of all weekend parties and Love Parades to us for the first time. Here he picks up where...
Ralf Niemczyk
10.27.15
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