Clara Badu

Clara Badu explores sound’s materiality through its lower end, experimenting with bass, rhythmic noise and related sonic forms.

Audrey Chen & Hugo Esquinca
Voice / process

Notte Infinita
Notte Infinita is an Italian artist/producer and DJ living in Berlin. Sound system culture has been a constant influence after living in the UK. With a personal approach to the physicality of bass music, he is pursuing emotional narratives through sound gestures and textures. Ranging from still to euphoric, his work is an attempt to re-create sensations inspired by spaces, dreams and meditative states.

Daisuke Ishida

Daisuke Ishida (1980, Tokyo) is a Berlin based artist, working with sound and contemporary media, studied Political Science and Economics and Sound Studies in Japan and Germany respectively. He is interested in the consequence of artistic praxis and theory in sound, space and perception. His works explore the boundaries of ephemeral and time based media to open up new perspectives on spatialities, while his understanding of space extends from the physical, to the social and political realm.

Felicity Mangan

Felicity Mangan is an Australian artist and composer based in Berlin, Germany since 2008. In different situations such as solo performance, collaborative projects with other musicians or installation, Felicity plays her found native Australian animal archive and other field recordings, utilizing electro-acoustic techniques and quasi-biophonics, through a stereophonic system and/or often via piezo transducers attached to found objects.

Lvis Mejía

Lvis Mejía is a Mexican interdisciplinary artist based in Berlin.
With a background in philosophy and media arts his work explores phenomena while aiming to translate it into an aesthetic practice.
True freaks ride the Nite Line. Mike Starr & Noah Pred join forces for a new initiative geared toward future-forward rhythms at Kotti’s beloved Paloma Bar. Electro provides a common thread for a tight-knit night of broken beats and leftfield approaches.

Mike Starr (Official) + Noah Pred all night long @ Paloma
Die Kotti Crew Night im Februar steht unter dem musikalischem Stern des „Deep House“. Für diesen Zweck hat sich U-Lee (Paloma/Kotti Crew) einen wahren Kenner dieses Genres eingeladen. Mitch vom Melting Point Record Store ist Gast der Kotti Crew und wird den unteren Floor der Paloma very deep beschallen. Dance Dance Dance & My House is your House!
Nr. #4 of our OYE Records Night at Paloma Bar. We invited a long time friend to play nice music.

Alex From Tokyo
Tinko (OYE Records)
kuprion (OYE Records - Disco Set)

Paloma is, both literally as figural, a crossroad.
Located in Kreuzberg and it’s famous for its cozy atmosphere,
quality curation and central location, since it’s right in the heart of Berlin.

OYE is taking you on adventures through the best styles and forms of dance music. Expect an eclectic night full of records (dozens of records!)
In all colours and sizes, forms and prices...

Feel free to join in the fun...

Dial D* for Disco:

The Return of Druffaloma, Berlin's original Disco Jam.

Witness the Return of the Druffaloma Allstars Finn Johannsen, Basti Icasol and Kummi

Special Soulful Garage Set by Marc Schaller (Creep Zone, NTS Radio)





Berlin’s Errorsmith has been a respected figure in Germany’s club scene since the mid ‘90s. Through his own releases and his collaborations as part of MMM (with Berghain resident Fiedel) and Smith n Hack (with Soundstream/Soundhack), Errorsmith plays with the boundaries of dance music genres for an openness leading to new rhythmic and sonic shapes. Rooted in the club, his music is crafted with an ear for experimentalism, making for some deliciously intriguing physicality. His DJ mixes share a similar philosophy, disregarding genre norms in favor of body-moving eclectic musicality. Renowned for his popular synthesizer plug-in Razor, developed for Native Instruments, his self-built software instruments form the basis of both his productions and live sets. Some 20 years into his career, 2017 saw the release of the long awaited ‘Superlative Fatigue’ album on PAN.



Force Field is an event venture gathering the sonic perspectives of selectors RO Zar and Misantrop.
Anything goes—it's a vibrant melting pot of divergent sounds and disparate tempos, orbiting around bass diasporas, off-kilter riddims, the hardcore continuum, a spectrum of euphoria, modern angularity, oddball gems, and further filth.
Prague-based NEO VIOLENCE record label showcase for the first time in Berlin.
A truly international squad is taking over the downstairs floor including:
dMIT.RY (CZ) -
Ground16 (CH) -
Jónbjörn (IS) -
Lostlojic (UA) -
Paradiso Rhythm (SK) -

Neo Violence links:
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Design by Displaay.
All revenue will be donated to Karuna - Zukunft für Kinder und Jugendliche in Not Int. e.V.

Ferré (Rotterdam)
Franklin De Costa & Miriam Schulte (Mother's Finest)
Ian Pooley (Pooledmusic)
Marie Lung (POSSY)
Nathalie Capello (Underground Quality)
Richard Zepezauer / RZ-1 (n s y d e )
Tereza (Paper, Blue Space)

Artwork by:
The anti-shoegaze house mission continues!

This time we lift the upstairs floor even upper with our very special guest: Hans Nieswandt! Expect a whirlpool of love-o-love. This man was moving to this right from the start.

Downstairs our man a sweet man Alexander Pewin aka Alex Voices will flex his archives all night long. And there is a whole lot to flex! This man was moving to this right from the start as well.

Artwork by Philip Marshall for Rebels in Control.
This very special edition takes you back to New York City late 80s/early 90s, when the groove was nu, the rhythm was strictly, all the new imports just made you nervous. Kenny was Dope and Todd was Godd, the samples were from the Garage, and the grooves were from the Funhouse. You could not yet tell what was still House, and what was already Techno, or if it even mattered.

Selected, mixed in and dubbed out by Substance aka DJ Pete and Finn Johannsen

Design by Philip Marshall for Rebels in Control.
Hard Wax's elder statesmen Substance aka DJ Pete and Finn Johannsen jacking the box (and Paloma) with personal favourites from the windy city (and a 909).

Design by Philip Marshall for rebels in control.
After he swooned the downstairs floor last September in a most impressive fashion, it was quickly decided to bring back Conor Lynch back to Paloma. Thus we now have two Saint Ultras with huge vaults to shine the disco light on Kotti broadway and the Paloma Loft. It will be heavenly.

Conor Lynch (Bodytonic, Twisted Pepper Dublin/Horse Meat Disco/London)

Finn Johannsen (Paloma, Berlin)

Design by Philip Marshall for Rebels in Control - My God, it's full of stars!

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