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To Everything, Stern Stern Stern: A Reeperbahn Spotify Playlist
The Quietus , April 30th, 2010 11:55

We say happy birthday to the good people of Reeperbahn as we hand over our Spotify for an afternoon of bracing electronics

Over the past couple of years, we at the Quietus have been been regular visitors to Reeperbahn, a nightclub held in the cafe at the bottom of an art gallery in Shoreditch. No! Wait! Come back! For while Friday nights in the EC1 postcode are either a sea of lager tourists saving the extra tenner it costs to get to central London in a taxi cab, or shiny legging art students vomiting into chain strap vintage bags after too much prancing around to Friendly Fires, Reeperbahn is one of those rare clubs where people go because they actually love the music. With a clientele that’s gay and female heavy, the only aggro at Reeperbahn comes in the form of the electronic music blasting across a room that knows how to dance. We DJd there last time, and witnessed hard air fisting to our dropping of the likes of Byetone, Lords of Acid, Nitzer Ebb and Stereo. Anyway, a happy second birthday to Reeperbahn as we bow down to their far superior knowledge of such things, and give them our Spotify player for the day. Reeperbahn takes place tonight on Rivington Street. Follow the black.

Click here to listen to the Reeperbahn Spotify playlist

Martin Dupont - 'Just Because' (remix)
Fad Gadget - 'Fireside Favourite (I Monster's Toasted Crumpets Mix)
DasDing - 'Reassurance Ritual'
DAF - 'Verschwende Deine Jugend'
Die Krupps - 'The Machineries Of Joy'
Crash Course In Science - 'Flying Turns'
Spider And The Flies - 'Metallurge'
Boytronic - 'You'
OMD - 'The New Stone Age'
Depeche Mode - 'New Life'
Ken Laszlo - 'Hey Hey Guy'
Berlin - 'Metro'
Tuxedomoon - 'No Tears'
A Place To Bury Strangers - 'In Your Heart' (Vince Clarke mix)
Sturm Cafe - 'Radiosuchtig'
Cabaret Voltaire - 'Nag Nag Nag'
The Knife - 'Kino' (live)

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