We survived the first Tomorrowland weekend barely, and the next one is just around the corner, miauuuuuw, this is gonna hurt 🙂
From the ultradeep house beats of Gols to the emotional rollercoatser of The Jelly Bellies to the Chicago jacking House of Yannick Robyns. On to the brilliantly crafter House-to-Techno set by Esther Duijn… techno mayhem with Svemirski (almost wanted to cry during the sit-down, never had that happen, thank you). Tom Dazing went vinyl only with a hard-as-nails set… Trixy took it up a notch and the last one turned out to be the abolsute cherry on top: Redhead, belgian techno weltmeister.
We had a bunch of amazing moments thanks to the sweet people who danced in the tunnel, too much to mention but one was very special for me: an American girl wandered in, had a bit of a culture shock not having been exposed to our “european” techno hammering, and after adjusting in the entrance she ventured in and danced until the end really… When she went out she said “I never heard this type of music, it scared me, it’s complete madness. But I’m happy to have heard just how much different electronic music styles there can be”. Gave me a kiss and a thank you and went off into the night…
This is why Coincidence Records hosts the tunnel at a “commercial” festival like Tomorrowland. It’s easy to play for people who know you. It’s fucking hard to convince people that your art deserves their love too. So when even just that one girl goes back to the USA and maybe will download a mix from some Techno DJ, our mission is complete.
See you all next week. We the People Of Tomorrow. We will always follow Dr. Motte ‘s belief of what Techno is: We are one family.
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