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A different city, a strange town full of history and with different point of views. Berlin has become one of the biggest music landmark for all Europe, but also for all the world. The west capitalism and the east comunism after the fall of the Berlin Wall could finally join and mix creating a new spectacular culture and underground movement. In this page you can find the best playlists that evoke this very important city. Music in Berlin is the conseguence of this extraordinary background. Berlin's music scene is one of the most vibrant in Europe. It has been a center for underground movements and artistry, making it one of the best places to discover new music. From iconic venues like Berliner Philharmonie to small clubs that host upstart bands, its storied streets provide endless opportunities to explore. Numerous electronic festivals take place throughout the year and the unique sounds of synthesizers run deep into the city's history. Additionally, its musical inhabitants are tastem

Discovering the Vibrant Music Scene of Berlin
Berlin is a city that holds a special place in the hearts of many music lovers. It is a place that has been through tumultuous times - the scars of which are still visible today. Despite its challenging past, Berlin's music scene continues to flourish and attract music lovers from all around the world. In this article, we will dive into the rich history of Berlin's musical culture and explore the different genres that make it so unique.
One of the most intriguing things about Berlin's music scene is the way it has been able to take its troubled past and transform it into an artistic movement. Berlin has always been a melting pot of different cultures, and this is reflected in the music scene. During the 1920s, the city was home to an unprecedented explosion of creativity, which produced some of the best cabaret and jazz music the world has ever seen.
After World War II, the city was divided into two, with West Berlin becoming a hub for alternative and experimental music, and East Berlin focusing on classical music. The fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 brought about a new era of creativity, with the two sides of the city finally able to collaborate and merge their musical styles. Berlin was now a place where anything was possible, and it quickly became a haven for musicians and artists from all around the world.
Berlin's electronic music scene is legendary, with world-famous festivals like Love Parade and Berghain cementing the city's reputation as a destination for techno and house music. The city's nightlife is also a huge draw, with countless clubs and bars hosting DJs and live music acts. But Berlin's musical offerings extend far beyond electronic music - the city also boasts an eclectic mix of rock, indie, and experimental music.
One of the best things about the Berlin music scene is its diversity. You can find everything from small, independent venues to large, established concert halls, and the city's music lovers are always eager to discover new and emerging artists. If you're looking to discover new music, Berlin is the place to be.
There is no denying that Berlin has played a significant role in shaping the musical landscape of Europe and the world. Its unique blend of history, culture, and innovation has created a musical scene unlike any other. Whether you're a fan of classical music, electronic beats, or experimental rock, you are sure to find something to love in Berlin. So, add Berlin to your bucket list of musical destinations and explore all the city has to offer. You won't regret it!
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Piero Pirupa, an Italian Dj/Producer of Techno-House, honours the “Bel Paese” by winning the 1st position in the video category “Most Bizzare”. Every year a mix of international artists come together in Berlin to attend the awards ceremony of the “Best Video Of The Year”.

The 8th edition of Berlin Music Video Awards closed on May 31st with the announcement of the winners in various categories. Originality and enthusiasm were not lacking even "under Coronavirus blackmail". The edition this year, was in Broadcast-mode as replacement of the traditional festival that normally lasted four days, during which time the visitors are entertained with various programs including workshops, shows, live music, coupled with prominent international guests, and of course, after-parties. This year talent was definitely “on-air”. Whimsical videos, sometimes excessive, but all linked to a basic moral concept aimed at brazenly tackling "uncomfortable" themes for gradually dismantling prejudices and social schemes that persevere over time. The collateral effects of oppression and abuse can easily be detected in Horse and Braindead (Heroin Kills) videos.
Horse, produced by the Bosnian-born Swede Dj Salvatore Ganacci, obtains the podium twice in the categories Best Music Video of the Year and Best Concept. Big applause for the undisputed creativity mixed with a subtle Balck Humor that seems to let us wonder: "who is more animal than who?!?”

Braindead (Heroin Kills), produced by the Italian DJ Piero Pirupa, wins the first place as Most Bizzare Video . Tragicomic images describe drugs abuse on the rhythm of Techno-House, becoming immediately a pleasant Earworm. Congratulations to Dj Pirupa who adds a new prize to the many hits collected in his years of career.

"Everyone deserves the opportunity to emerge and spread their artistic talents."
With this concept, in 2013, Aviel Silook founded Berlin Music Video Awards. He realized how paradoxically, an event welding was missing: music, images and art. An independent festival (with no government support), was born from a brilliant mind, driven by passion and a strong desire to promote diversity.

Over the years, BMVA became more and more a meeting and a confrontation point for all those involved in the art sector in general. It is not only a competition involving established and new artists but also a real opportunity for international networking , a fertile ground to start new collaborations, projects and expand the existing contacts in an open-minded context.

Come and submit your application for the next edition. It's so easy! Submissions for 2021 are already open and can be made directly from the BMVA site

Be Bold! Don't be afraid to unleash your art!
That's my encouragement message to anyone who wants to participate.
Good Luck!
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