Gravity Berlin #1 announced!

Author: Gravity

Gravity Network's 2nd event will take place on June 23 & 24, 2022, at Revier Südost & RSO Berlin. It will be split into two days – an afternoon of panel Talks taking place on Thursday (June 23rd) and the Clubnight on Friday (June 24th).

Our network lands at its Berlin base RSO for the first time. We invite you to an afternoon full of talks approaching subjects relevant to its stakeholders.

Clubbing after Lockdown
What are the effects of the pandemic on the nightlife scene? Emerging from the COVID-19 crisis, we are seeing the revitalisation of large-scale face to face social events. But what particular effects and developments did it instigate for the nightlife scene?

New challenges for club culture
Looking back at the tumultuous changes in our social coordinates over the past few years, it is often difficult to make an accurate assessment of what practices have really changed, and what conventions have been upheld and supported.

Two years after Black Lives Matter
With some perspective on the scope and scale of the Black Lives Matter movement breaking into the global consciousness at the onset of the Pandemic 2 years ago, we investigate how the message has been processed and acted on in the club industry.

Techno Capitalism and the Instagram Economy
The western music industry operates in the wider context of a constantly progressing Capitalist economy. But how have the global economy’s developments changed the music industry to what it is today, and what part do radically modern social media platforms take in all this?

Detailed schedule and line-up to be announced soon! Following the talks Gravity will play host to a carefully curated line-up which demonstrates the atmosphere the project seeks to cultivate. The clubnight takes place at RSO.BERLIN on Friday 24th.


Hailing from Hamburg, DJ Mell G has gone on to take her full-bodied sound to international audiences in recent times, interweaving the textures of electro and booty-bass.

DJ Stingray joins her to unleash his infamous channel of what the masked-man just calls ‘Techno’ onto the dancefloor. Staggered & relentless hi-tempo rhythms carry Stingray’s sets, owing to the post-industrial Detroit environment the legendary Drexciyan affiliate emerged from.

The two show well-matching hard-nosed approaches are accompanied on the ROBUS floor by The Exaltics for a well-refined, acid-soaked live set, Warsaw’s MKO, and the stimulating prospect of a back to back between Irakli & Chloe Lula.

Toulouse Low Trax imports a live set of low-slung downtempo chuggers directly from Düsseldorf. His extended residency at Salon des Amateurs and his persistent output of uniquely sleazy but subtle sonics sets the tone for the SUMME floor.

The former De School resident upsammy is invited to display her mastery over the psychedelic downtempo sounds her name has become synonymous with. From latent half-time rhythms into the slower echelons of electro & techno - the form and content of her sets remain unmistakably pictorial.

Kovvalsky, the art director and resident DJ at Warsaw’s Jasna 1 club joins from Poland alongside Krakow-based Charlie – while the head behind Prague’s Deviant nights, Claudia and the connatural duo of DeSteffan & Volume Sphere complete the room’s line-up.