You'll soon be able to visit a museum dedicated to electronic music.
A space in Frankfurt, the Museum of Modern Electronic Music (MOMEM), is planned to open in 2017 after Andreas Tomalla, the DJ behind the city's heralded Technoclub, launched the project.
It'll be set up inside the city's Children's Museum and feature interactive exhibitions, specialised DJ workshops and a host of live shows.
There's a layout of the space on MOMEM's Facebook page, with areas covering history and influences, electronic music styles, clubs, DJs and media, global movement and instruments and technology.
With admission free of charge, the museum will be self-funded, allowing members to have their say and contribute funds.
The website reads: "Early Bird members are supporters who are willing to support the MOMEM before the opening.
"As a member you actively support the implementation of this vision and thus do with the money an important contribution both to the scene, as well as to promote culture."
[ Via: NME]