seen. at Melt Festival 2008

posted on July 21st, 2008 by in Event


Puh. Back from Melt I want to huge up Daniel Haaksman and his Man Recordings team for setting up what was probably the best stage line-up at a festival I´ve seen in the past 10 years.

DJ Beware turned out to be the very right choice to open things up at 7pm on Saturday, filling the backyard he was playing in no time. From 25 to I guess 1250 people in about 1 hour. You know this means skills…

Unfortunately, heavy rain muffled the excitement a little so Gabe and me chose to get dry again watching Ms Platnum´s gig inside. Not a bad choice – she delivered a perfect live show backed by an amazing brass section and illustrated by wicked dancing routines.

Back at the Man Rec. stage, Edu K could then heat up things again, before Bonde Do Role had an ok appearance and Crookers totally tore things apart.

See some pictures over at flickr.

One comment on “seen. at Melt Festival 2008”

  1. Man Recordings presents: Baile Funk shirts designed by Paul Snowden /// seen.´s non-hippie reggae and dancehall blog said at 1:54 pm on September 11th, 2008:

    [...] These cotton gems have been out for some weeks now, but I never found the time to put them in the deserved videolight of this blog. I´m talking about the new Man Recordings shirts which label-don Daniel Haaksman dropped with the help of German creative apparel platform Spreadshirt right after mashing up Melt! festival. [...]

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