You covered Berlin nightlife in Bang Bang Berlin Magazine, how does the scene in London compare?
Generally, I think Berlin is so different. You can’t compare the nightlife scenes. You can be spontaneous here. You can go to a club in Mitte, decide it sucks, then go out somewhere in Kreuzberg. And it’s not a big deal. Whereas in London, those kind of on-the-spot decisions will cost you around 80 pounds extra in taxi rides, which I just resent. How did you come up with the concept for BANG BANG BERLIN? BANG BANG BERLIN came about because I just needed a new challenge. I really enjoyed Electronic Beats but of course working for a brand magazine means you have all these constraints, especially from the design aspect. I wanted to break free from that I guess. So I started working with Paul Snowden (from WASTED GERMAN YOUTH), who was really the antithesis of T-Mobile I guess, haha. I wanted to express myself in a new way and I saw that there was this International community in Berlin that could use a little fanzine. But to be honest it didn’t work in print, we made too many mistakes fina