hauptstadtfeeling

At one of this years S parties in Frankfurt some first timers stepped into the tiny place and said: “Mmmh, das ist ja richtiges Hauptstadtfeeling.”
(they meant: Hauptstadt as in capital as in Berlin)
We are mocking the term ever since.

During my time in old Europe I feel the need to take it all in.
So, this weekend I made my trip to Berlin to get my Hauptstadtfeeling fix. I was very happy when ND took me to Berghain/Panoramabar Saturday night or better, early Sunday morning. We arrived at 3.30 am just in time for the gig of Toronto’s Ontario’s own Junior Boys. Loved their show.
After that, Jesse Rose (cute) did a dj set. I especially liked the first part during which he played Mr. White – The Sun Can’t Compare and mixed it into Romanthony – Let Me Show You Love (Quick Dub/Crooklyn Mix).
Although I had taken a short disco nap from 11 to 2, I left the club übertired at 8.30 am.
Hauptstadtfeeling pur.

Author: produzentin

drag entity, pie hands & toptions

11 thoughts on “hauptstadtfeeling”

  1. ich hoffe, du hast ein handyvideo gedreht, das du dann an b. und s. aus a.’s wg teuer verkaufen kannst. bei denen habe ich das erstemal sowas wie club fandom gesehen. faszinierend die jungen leute…

  2. Junior Boys are all about early Chicago house. They lifted the arpeggio on ‘Like a Child’ directly from Frankie Knuckles’ ‘Your Love.’ (ps. They are from Hamilton – the city that also gave us Floria Sigismondi.)

  3. I thought Hamilton was close enough to Toronto. 😉 And Floria, wow. Why hasn’t anyone taken me to Hamilton, yet? Somebody, please!
    h. aus f.: Meine Bluse riecht noch nach der Nacht, vielleicht genügt das?

  4. There are only two Sigismondis in the phone book. Chances are “F. Sigismondi” is her. You should just call and set something up.

  5. I have angst that she gives me a marilyn manson treatment. but maybe, we could work on the I’m-so-sick-on-this-foggy-ship-look that Floria did for Fiona:


    (I know that video is not too exciting, but anyway)

    Bitz: we should all move to Brückenstr./north of Schifferstr. at one point

  6. What a drag that Fiona Apple is. I see you more as the plucky, musical office gal in Floria’s Eaton’s commercial from seven years ago:

    “See what I mean? It’s aubergine!”

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