This year at the Dekmantel X Boiler Room stage

Jamie TillerPalms Trax, and Xosar all per­formed on the Boil­er Room Stage at this years Dek­man­tel Festival. 

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. 

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