The Analogue Foundation is bringing their Listening Station to Berlin

They’ll be taking up residency in Prenzlauer Berg’s Oye Records

Founded by Audio Technica, Grammy award-winning producer and sound engineer Russell Elevado and Soundwalk Collective, The Analogue Foundation was created “to unite musicians, producers and DJs celebrating the essence of analogue”. Their state-of-the-art Listening Station offers music lovers the chance to experience music like never before – and it’s been announced that they’ll be bringing it to Berlin as part of their European tour.

On 21 July, the foundation will launch their Berlin residency with a talk session at Soho House. The programme will include industry figures including members of Soundwalk Collective and a special screening of Before Music There Is Blood. Furthermore, from 22-29 July, the foundation will bring their Listening Station to Oye Records in Prenzlauer Berg to give people the chance to sample their wares on the top of the range equipment.

The tour is due to end in London after hitting up major cities including Amsterdam and Barcelona. Head here for more info.

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