Ostgut Ton Presents Three Days Of Live-streaming From the Berghain

Starting on the 28th of July, it will feature 19 hours of music including sets from Ben Klock and Marcel Dettmann.

Ostgut Ton and ARTE Concert broadcasts have joined forces to put on a three-day livestream.

Ostgut Ton is a record label run by the team behind Germany’s iconic nightclub Berghain. The imprint has featured music from many of the clubs resident DJs along with other talented artists who make exceptional house and techno.

Starting on the 28th of July, the livestream will feature 19 hours of DJ sets and live music from some of the labels most iconic artists including Ben Klock and Marcel Dettmann.

Others also playing sets include highly influential artists such as KMRU, Lakuti. Paramida, Avalon Emerson, Barker, Phillip Sollmann (Efdemin), Oren Ambarchi & Konrad Sprenger plus many others.

The stream is to celebrate 16 years of Ostgut Ton, originally it was going to celebrate its 15th anniversary in 2020, but had to postpone due to the restrictions of the pandemic.

Along with the stream filmed in Berghain’s concert room called Halle, there is also going to be a special compilation release from the record label.

Those wishing to watch the stream can do so via the ARTE YouTube, which you can find HERE


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