Concert Reviews

MOST WANTED: MUSIC 2021: A TIME FOR CHANGE

Most Wanted: Music is back for another iteration in 2021. From October 26th to 28th, artists, promoters, bookers, engineers and activists gathered to discuss the growing and...

The Remarkable Return of Lofi-Lounge on Saturday is a Beacon of Hope for Berlin’s Live Music Scene

Successful Berlin concert series Lofi-Lounge - the brainchild of musician Kitty Solaris - finally returned on Saturday after a long break of almost six months. Its new home, the...

Review: King Krule at Columbiahalle 

London native musician King Krule, real name Archy Marshall, hit the stage in pre pandemic Berlin -  here is indieBerlin's review of Marshall's concert at Columbiahalle!...
Zaz. Blimey. indieberlin reviews Zaz at Zitadel Spandau

Zaz. Blimey. indieberlin reviews Zaz at Zitadel Spandau

Which is kind of all I want to say about her, cos it sums it up really. Blimey. But if I must elaborate, then…well, see, I saw Ms Zaz in the Heimathafen Neukölln a few months ago and was completely blown away, and proceeded to gush and gush about it on this site then, and I hate to just do that again, although really it is what I’d like to do. But I’m trying to avoid it, just to not appear like a complete sycophant.

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Hayley Pearce heads to the Melt Festival

Hayley Pearce heads to the Melt Festival

Everyone knows a festival weekend is full of wild times and new experiences. And Melt! is no exception; in fact it’s probably the leader, in my eyes. Something about it (that venue, that line-up, that sunshine?) attracts a crazy and friendly bunch, and the whole three days was nothing short of ‘off the hook’.

I’m sure every single one of the 25,000 Melt! attendees has an abundance of stories to tell from the weekend’s adventures. These anecdotes are what will form my memories of Melt! for years to come.

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