No re:publica without an evening programme – even in digitale exile! From 10pm on May 7 we will present you a mixture of music and entertainment on the channels ASAP 1 and ASAP 2.
The "Berlin Soul Food Sessions" will present an acoustic session of the Berlin musician Marlène Colle on ASAP 2 starting at 10pm. This short and entertaining live performance by Marlène gives a first and exclusive insight into the new concept.
And for all those who don't feel like listening to music (yet), can watch the "Climate show that gives courage: Corona Edition" by vollehalle on ASAP 1 from 10 pm. According to the motto "What can you do against climate change alone? Stop being alone", Maren Jule Kling, Michael Bukowski, Martin Oetting and Kai Schächtele searched for thought leaders who have found new answers to the fundamental questions of our time. The result is a climate show that wants to encourage, but also exposes what it is all about now: We all have to make a decision together. Are we ready and able to rethink our world and act accordingly?
For the further musical evening program of #rpRemote we will take you to the place where techno comes from: Detroit! Together with United We Stream and Arte Concert we will broadcast an all-vinyl DJ set of Underground Resistance member John Collins on ASAP 1 from 10:30 pm on.
Already from 7 pm on Beige, resident of the Marble Bar, the best electro club in Detroit, and Eddie Fowlkes, one of the co-founders of the Detroit techno sound, can be listened to at United We Stream/Arte Concert. The line-up of the evening was curated by Dimitri Hegemann in cooperation with Tresor Berlin and the Detroit Berlin Connection Detroit.