CTM Festival

  • by Adela Lovric, 24 Jan 2017
    The Transmediale / CTM time of the year brings us 10 insanely packed days of the two festivals' brilliantly curated programs, which we attempted to match with the best-of from our Openings section. See our highlights in the eventful weeks ahead.   THURSDAY 26.01 17.00 Nasan Tur and Christian Rattemeyer in...
  • by Kristy Choi, 7 Feb 2016
    Beyoncé, Britney, Rihanna, Björk, Gaga: we all know who they are. The pop idols of today. We expect their perfection but we get twisted pleasure from witnessing human error: Ashlee Simpson lip-syncing on Saturday Night Live, Christina Aguilera flubbing the lyrics to the American national anthem at the...
  • by Adela Lovric, 5 Feb 2016
    Robert Henke is a dear old friend of Berlin and a figure unavoidable in electronic music circles since the 1990s. Alongside his Monolake releases with Gerhard Behles, he is known for the music, performances, and installations he has been creating under his name. His latest projects are mostly audio-visual, making use...
  • by Adela Lovric, 2 Feb 2016
    Looking at the concert list for the next two weeks makes us giggle like little girls. After one more week of CTM events, the month continues festively with great shows day after day. The downside: you might hear us repeating "sold-out" far too often, so if you care to see all these brilliant musicians...
  • by bpigs team, 27 Jan 2016
    This is why we like winter in Berlin: two of our favorite festivals in Berlin - transmediale and CTM - are ruling the city when everything else here makes us book flights to Spanish speaking countries. These yearly cultural milestones are a definite must, but even outside the festival programs, the next two weeks...
  • by Adela Lovric, 11 Feb 2015
    Collateral tinnitus aside, this year's edition of the CTM Festival was just about as good as it gets. Loud and fun, at times extraordinary. As promised in the foreword, it highlighed the adventurous side of music and engaged with its direct bodily effects. Lawrence English delivered this idea in the perfect form,...
  • by bpigs team, 24 Jan 2015
    Berlin might have got 99 problems, but shortage of events is certainly not one. In the middle of CTM and transmediale, with Berlin Fashion Week behind us and Berlinale coming up, we could talk ages about what you should not miss, and what is devastatingly overlooked in the abundance. As always, here we try to...

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