1991 - Justin Berkman live at the Ministry of Sound
Liveset from, Justin Berkman, born in London, 1963. Berkmann was resident DJ and artistic director at the Ministry of sound till May 1994. From 2006, he is again connected to the Ministry of Sound in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.
Ministry of Sound began as the brainchild of Justin Berkmann. Inspired by New York’s Paradise Garage, Berkmann set out to create London’s first club devoted to the American house music scenes of 1980s New York, Chicago and Detroit, with a room purely dedicated to sound. Berkmann stated: "My concept for Ministry was purely this: 100% sound system first, lights second, design third (in that order); the reverse of everyone else’s idea." Berkmann partnered with James Palumbo and Humphrey Waterhouse to realise the concept and a site, a disused bus garage was located in Elephant & Castle in Southwark, London. The club opened on 21 September 1991.
Image: Justin Berkman at the Ministry of Sound, in the early nineties.
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