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WAKANA REUNION 2019
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Electronic

KMLN

  • Date: Saturday, 18 May

  • Time: 01:00 - 03:00 (+1)

  • Stage: Main

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An international shapeshifting duo, KMLN (pronounced “Kameleon”) unites Italian producer/multi-instrumentalist Christopher Tooker and Canadian dj/producer Shawna Hofmann. Live instruments, syncopation, organic meets modern, future meets past. May it be a prime time or sunrise set, they adapt and deliver sets that blow your mind and bring your dance skills to the next level. As interplanetary travelers and cultural explorers, the KMLN ship bends time through sound, blending elements of deep tribal house and minimal techno, moving through tempos with layers and layers of mind altering colors.

Last year alone, the KMLN ship landed in over 21 countries worldwide. The magic has been experienced at some of the most respected festivals including The BPM Festival, Miami Music Week, Amsterdam Dance Event, Lightning in a Bottle, Global Eclipse, Summit Series, Air Festival, Symbiosis Gathering, Shambhala, Wonderfruit, The Gardens Of Babylon, Meadows in the Mountains and legendaryBurning Man art cars such as Robot Heart and Mayan Warrior. Venues worth mentioning are Watergate, The Brooklyn Mirage, Flash Club, Klein, The Grand Factory, Scorpios, Woomoon, Papaya Playa, Do Not Sit on the Furniture, Public Works, Katerblau, Open Studios and Sisyphos.

With continuous support received from artists such as Solomun, Acid Pauli, Damian Lazarus, &ME, Rampa, David Meyer, Bedouin, they've also collaborated musically with artists including Mira, Nico Stojan, NU, Sabo, Viken Arman, Eduardo de La Calle, Christopher Schwarzwalder and their music is found on labels such as Crosstown Rebels , Sol Selectas, Bar25, Touch of Class and Endless. KMLN keeps surprising and raising the bar hitting #8 top 100 releases, #4deep house, #4 electronica /downtempo on Beatport. With write ups and features on publications such as Billboard, XLR8R, Dancing Astronaut, Ear Milk, Resident Advisor, Ibiza Voice and making it into Beatport’s own “must hear” charts repetitively.