Clubbing while dating
Ellen Allien's new album Nost, out on her own label BPitch Control on May 12, takes its title from the root of "nostalgia." Fittingly, its chunky, crackling techno textures seem to cast an ear back to Allien's many years as a fixture of Berlin nightlife, while also looking ahead with futuristic melodies.
"Call Me," and its video premiering above, is the record's most heated moment: with Ellen deadpanning "I want your sex" over an insistent beat, it feels like one long booty call.
Bring a book, practice tai chi, join a fitness bootcamp, find someone to kick your ass at chess, or rent a kayak and enjoy getting out and about; spending time in the park can help you get you out of your house your daily rut and putting you in the presence of women enjoying the same fine day you are.
This naughty nightclub is another Berlin institution.
Opened by a pornographic filmmaker in 1994, it is infamous for the eye-popping goings-on you are likely to see inside.
Speed dating is a formalized matchmaking process of dating system whose purpose is to encourage people to meet a large number of new people.
Its origins are credited to Rabbi Yaacov Deyo of Aish Ha Torah, originally as a way to help Jewish singles meet and marry.
We walked the streets at night to capture the special flirty and sexual atmosphere that is created in the city once the sun goes down, and to use this as a reflection of how people feel when they use Grindr and Tinder.