Sound of Berlin
This iPad app takes you on a tour of the past and future secrets of Berlin’s electronic music scene. 10 tour guides, stories, audio-slideshows and 300 photos show how Berlin became this wonderfully vivacious place – on a tour with some of those, who laid the foundations before and after The Wall fell.
Modeselektor, Berlin's bass heroes, producers and DJs take you on a serious after-club munching tour de force and reveal their secrets about ordering "Menü rot/weiß".
Ben de Biel built the legendary Club Maria in and out of the ruins of old Berlin. He’ll show you the Berlin of the early nineties, a parallel universe in a tangent world.
Andreas Schneider invites you to his knobtwiddlers' paradise - his massive collection of rare and ultra-rare music hardware at Schneiders Laden.
Gerrit Schulz takes you on a tour to all eight former locations of his famous club WMF; a trip to a time in Berlin, where everything seemed possible (and most of it probably was…)
With urban artists Evol & Jo you will find out, why Berlin is such a special place for artists like them - and how to spot all the invisible playgrounds and hidden cities within Berlin.
Christoph Grote-Beverborg aka CGB-1 knows how to master and cut vinyl and reveals why there probably never was a sound of Berlin.
Henryk Gericke used to be a punk in the former GDR. He'll take you on a tour to the lost undergrounds of Berlin's raucous punk scene and his encounters with the Stasi and the police.
Edgar Herbst, famous photographer from Berlin, created a very personal wild ride into the glamour, naughtiness and simply raunchy societies of Berlin – we’re also not sure if he’s singing a swan song or an ode?
All stories come with audio-slideshows, interviews with our protagonists, interactive maps of the region with detailed guides to their favorite places, essays about the less well-known parts and dynamics of Berlin and all the first-hand knowledge you need to know to enjoy Berlin in a totally new way.
Since the app unfortunately is no longer available on the App Store, all contents are now available at: soundof.berlin