This year at the Dekmantel X Boiler Room stage
It would seem that over the past few years the Boiler Room stage at Dekmantel Festival has become one of the most prolific platforms for an artist to showcase what they are about. Finding their way onto the stage this year alongside a long list of talent was Jamie Tiller, Palms Trax and Xosar.
Early Saturday Jamie Tiller took to the Boiler Room stage for a unique b2b performance with Raphaël Top-Secret. The duo wasted little time in getting the dancefloor rocking and the hands in the air as they dived straight into their record collection. The set was packed to the brim with tasty grooves, infectious funk and many dancefloor killers that the pair blended with great precision.
Later that day, closing the stage was a Dekmantel firm favourite in Palms Trax. The English native has established a reputation as a real party starter who’s arsenal of music stretches far and wide. That being said, his set lived up to every expectation with a neat blend of contemporary house, Italo and disco classics plus some real party favourites.
After the midday sun started to die late Sunday afternoon Xosar was next up on stage. Despite many setbacks due to her gear never showing up upon her arrival at the airport, she took it in her stride and laid down an incredible live set. Harnessing a fully analog set up she showcased her sound with her usual no mercy and brutal approach. The performance was a real journey of emotions with moments of introspective dark ambience that organically flowed into all-out pounding warehouse action.
Check out all three performances below.