Border Movement Double Banger

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We’re getting excited! We’ve got a heavy weekend ahead as Border Movement take hold of the reins at Kater Holzig (Berlin) on Thursday night and Fusion Festival (Lärz) two nights later.

Tech-House from Colombo, Bass music from New Delhi and Future Garage from Mumbai. This is the fattest Border Movement line up to date and sees Asvajit and Sanddunes playing on German soil for the first time. Asvajit (Sri Lanka) and Moniker (India) will be playing DJ sets alongside the likes Gebrueder Teichmann (Berlin) , Sick Girls (Berlin), Mother Perera (Jahcoozi,Berlin) and Taman Noor ( Berlin/ Afghanistan), whilst Sandunes (India) will be playing a live set.

KaterHolzig ( the follow up club to Berlin’s legendary Bar 25 is spread across the ruins of a former Soap factory on the Spree. Back in the early 90s the same location was home to one of Berlin first proper afterhour locations called Planet. Border Movement did a party there last summer  and it’s a very special spot for Asvajit and Sandunes to make their debut.

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Free of sponsors and located on a former Soviet airbase in the middle of nowhere, Fusion Festival has always been looking for something beyond the well-trodden terrain of commercial music festivals and raves. The festival has been going for over 15 years and has grown from strength to strength. The so called ‘KulturKosmos’ collective bought the land, thus enabling them to create the ideologically fuelled parallel universe they themselves claim to seek and to which approximately 60 000 people now flock. Border Movement will be taking over the Querfeld stage on Saturday night and armed with a Function One soundsystem, come rain or shine we’re pretty sure we’re gonna rock your Fusion!

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NEWS - 25. June 2013   CITY - Berlin

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