Watch Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon Play A Techno Set In Berlin

He was joined by collaborators Trim and Teenage Engineering.

Fresh from releasing new album 22, A Million last week, Bon Iver's Justin Vernon rounded his time at Berlin's Michelberger Music festival with an electronic-leaning live set. The festival was organized by Vernon and Aaron and Bryce Dessner of The National. The focus of the event was on collaboration, with artists on the bill playing together at the Funkhaus studio spaces in the city.


Check out Vernon's performance below. He was joined by Teenage Engineering, the creators of the OP-1 portable synth during the show, as well as U.K. MC Trim.

Michelberger Festival @ Funkhaus... #nameless #raw

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♡ Berlin

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🎉 w/ Bon Iver . Byrdinamnam & Friends

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October 03, 2016
Watch Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon Play A Techno Set In Berlin