Freddy K is one of those artists whose talent connects generations. More than three decades in, his engagement continues unabated: pushing his time-honed craft in new directions. His sets are characteristically mercurial and 100% tailored for the dance. He plays a “360°-style of techno,” which can include Soft Cell, WestBam or Bronski Beat — when the timing is right. He played his first Berghain set in 2013; two years later he was closing the place, keeping the energy levels soaring well into Monday.