We’ve given you free tickets, shown you the video and now we’ve got the full lineup (see below) – just in time for the last few spots…
We’ve been working closely with Meadows in the Mountains festival for a while now to bring indieBerlin readers closer to their values and ethos. The time is here. We’re down to the final release of tickets, and we don’t want you to miss out.
A reminder: MM grew out of a gathering of talented underground DJs in the organisers’ home town. Now it’s caught the attention of the international press but they still pride themselves on their social conscience, relationship with the locals and their nose for underground talent. A nose which they still turn up at bigger, crowd-pulling names…
Only bring the best people. Otherwise, don’t tell a soul… (Suitcase Magazine)
As a result, the list could do with a little bit of introducing.
The insider’s whispers are all about the announcements of Valentino Kanzyani and Shanti Celeste. One’s a veteran, one’s a newbie; one from Slovenia, one Bristol; both used to making waves, both making their Meadows debuts this year.
At Meadows, the graveyard slot (sunrise) is actually the most coveted of them all, and this year it’s in Shanti’s divine hands.
Berliners will spot instantly, right up with the A’s, our city treasure Alice Phoebe Lou. Once a Mauerpark fixture, her fame now crosses borders, and these very streets are where she found her musical feet.
Devoted indieBerliners might notice Aporia. (We stumbled across them at Bassy in March.) Mastermind Mitchell’s brand of dreamy exotica won’t fill the Planetarium, unlike Alice in July – but it’ll leave you drifting through the skies just the same.
Special mention to Bruno Schmidt, who, despite his slightly baffled appearance, is the man behind a lot of the Meadows magic. Same goes for Anna Wall (woman behind the wizardry?). They’re both taking a well-deserved break from organising – and taking to the decks.