Listen to Berlin 2022: Submit your songs & award nominations
More information about the categories and the selection process can be found at listen-to-berlin-awards.de.
Listen to Berlin: Compilation
Berlin-based artists, songwriters, labels, publishers and producers also have until August 29 to submit their current songs for the 15th Listen to Berlin: Compilation. The compilation serves as a cross-genre musical business card for the capital city, showcasing up-and-coming talent. Unusual and courageous productions are explicitly sought, that set new impulses and challenge old listening habits. In addition to the release as part of the compilation, which is carefully curated by a jury of experts, the 18 selected artists will have the chance to win the “Listen to Berlin: Jury Award” as well as various performance opportunities, including at the major Berlin music business event Most Wanted: Music. The compilation will be released digitally on all streaming platforms and on an exclusive limited edition CD.
The criteria for submission and more info about the compilation can be found here here.
You play the sound of Berlin? Then send us your song now!
Listen to Berlin: Compilation is a project of the Berlin Music Commission in cooperation with Zebralution, MusicPool, FluxFM and Dussmann das KulturKaufhaus.
A jury of experts appointed by the Berlin Music Commission will select the shortlist of the awards and the tracks of the compilation from all submissions. The juries are newly appointed every year and consist of members of the Berlin Music Commission’s Board of Trustees as well as external industry representatives. The juries will be announced shortly on listen-to-berlin-awards.de.
It is very close to our hearts to take measures within the framework of Listen to Berlin and Most Wanted: Music that help to prevent the reproduction of experiences of discrimination. We are supported by the experts for anti-racism and anti-discrimination, Loom e.V.
Most Wanted: Music and Listen to Berlin: Awards are events organized by the Berlin Music Commission funded by the Senate Department for Economic Affairs, Energy and Industry.