Live at 25

Every month, Live in 25, the pop culture event series at the 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin, brings together young artists from a wide variety of disciplines.

Street theater meets dance, poetry slam with a twist of indieband, poetry stand up comedy. We like to keep it different and very Berlin. This time with Konrad Küchenmeister and Yusuf Sahilli.

Konrad Kuechenmeister
Anyone can prepare pre-made samples! Berliner, Konrad Küchenmeister goes one step further and records live with his loop station, vocals, beatbox, instruments and sometimes even using the sounds from the audience. Each time unique songs are created, it is somewhere between drum'n'bass, reggae, dubstep and Balkan. The main thing, a lot of bass and it must be danceable!
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Yusuf Sahilli
Yusuf Sahilli is a bit blues, a bit indie and a whole lot of romance. When the melancholic tenor and his band are on stage, the three-part vocals and their mix of instruments make everyone want to melt away. His motto: Let's just celebrate life. Hands up, who wants to join!?
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