Marcel Dettmann announces Bad Manners Phonox residency

Marcel Dettmann by Sven Marquardt, 2019

We couldn’t be more excited to welcome one of the most influential techno proponents in history, Marcel Dettmann, across 4 Fridays at Phonox.

Raised in the former East Germany, this is the place where Dettmann found his passion for counterculture electronic sounds, from post-punk and new wave to industrial noise, an early influence before his later immersion into techno. Post reunification, Dettmann became a part of the Berlin clubbing landscape thanks to his fabled residency with Berghain (and it’s predecessor Ostgut), which he’s held from 1999 to today, a total of 25 years in the world’s most revered nightclub…

Reduced and rough, emotional and unpredictable, Dettmann’s contemporary techno sound (and his innovate integrations of sound with visual art) have become legendary through his productions and DJ sets. In challenging societal times such as now, the intense release you can get from a deep cutting sound like Dettmann’s on the dancefloor couldn’t be any more valuable.

Tickets available via here



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