The second day at Sète will be hard to beat. After relaxing at the beach with some beers, good music, and very nice people (cheers, Karl!), one highlight chased the other. First, Elan Mehler and Adam McBride-Smith kicked it off at the Théatre de La Mer which really is a magic place - a stage seemingly hovering over the Mediterranean sea. Their gig was so good it brought me close to tears Next up came Sébastien Schuller with his cinematic soundscapes and a voice reminding me of Thom Yorke. After these two relaxing sets, it was the mighty Soil & "Pimp" Sessions from Japan who made everybody jump to their feet and dance. So powerful, an overwhelming experience!
Then we all moved to the Phare du Mole once again, where we arrived after a little snack just in time to witness probably one of the most memorable sets ever. Dorian Concept from Vienna was killing it big time, even when the rain set in after some minutes. Everybody kept dancing until at once the lights went out, and the music, too. For five minutes, it seemed that the rain had won, but after it was over, Dorian Concept continued with full force, followed by an equally energetic set bei Dubstep wizard Martyn. Carl Craig put the finishing touches to a perfect evening.
Once again, Lefto wrapped it all up in a video:
I'm off to the beach right now, but will add some fotos soon!