Since the wall came down in 1989, Berlin has been a hotbed for creative people from all corners of the globe. Fast forward to 2017 and it seems there’s no shortage of talented people in every corner of the city. Daniel Eceolaza, along with Lill Sommer, The Fever Collective, and Jirafa Records decided to document some of these individuals and showcase their creative work equally influenced by their origins and their new hometown of Berlin.

They have come together to create a four-part video LP called SEASONAL, which looks at “the intertwining worlds of electronic music, dance and current migration.” The fourth and final track is a 37-minute film about Kid Simius, an electronic music producer and DJ originally from Granada, Spain. Get immersed in his story above, which features stunning visuals shot in Berlin and at Tomorrowland Festival in the Netherlands, and interviews with other local musicians like Siriusmo and Bonaparte. In case you missed it, catch up with the previous track of SEASONAL featuring choreographer Oren Lazovski right here.

Watch a trailer for the full project below.

For more Highsnobiety TV, check out our recent interview with R&B duo THEY. answering questions from Google right here.

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