Markus Saarlander

Markus is the founder of Berlin-Brighton, a Berlin style underground club night that has been making waves for the last 6 years. With queues down the street and full venues for every party, Berlin has established itself as one Brighton’s most popular Underground music events bringing some of the biggest names in electronic music to the city.

The night has been forward thinking in terms of events, with a residency at the Green Door Store for 5 years before moving to new club CHALK in February 2020. Berlin has also held alternative parties such as pioneering the infamous beach terrace parties at the Tempest, various Pride events, pop up parties, studio parties and collabs with many other venues in the city and Ibiza.

In June 2018 Markus also featured as the Artist of the Week for global underground music station Frisky Radio, which led to Markus starting is own Radio show ‘Rainbow Frequencies’ airing on 12 November 2018 on the NYC based station, which is also the home of big hitters such as Sasha, Dave Seaman, Steve Lawler, Nick Warren and many more. Markus hosts the show every second Monday at 4pm EST, 9pm UK and 10pm CET. The show also reached no.2 in the global Frisky charts in February 2019. Alternatively catch Markus hosting the Berlin Radio Show every Wednesday 18:00-20:00 UK Time.

Lastly, Markus is the co-founder of United We Stream Brighton, which emerged during the lockdown and the COVID-19 pandemic. Using his Berlin connections, UWS Brighton kickstarted in June 2020 by streaming from venues across Brighton, bringing the city together uniting genres, brands and venues and raising money in aid of the local night time economy and worthwhile charities and causes. The series so far has attracted a wealth of talent from Brighton and afar in support including Junction 2 Festival, Krafty Kutz, the Freestylers, Finger Lickin’ Records, JFB, Anthony Pappa, Dave Seaman, Stanton Warriors, Kideko, Seamus Haji, Dense & Pika, Waze & Odyssey, Billy Nasty, David Morales and many more plus big names we can’t reveal yet…

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