Paul Kalkbrenner has shared his set from Tomorrowland 2018, and we've got the footage to prove it.
Berlin's master of live emotive techno opened the Main Stage on Friday 27th July, kicking off the second weekend of the double-header festival.
Sticking to his own inimitable style, Kalkbrenner— the decade-spanning 'reluctant superstar' we interviewed earlier this summer— packed the DayBreak Sessions set with his own productions and remixes, including cuts from the recent 'Parts of Life' LP. His take on Simina Grigoriu & Moe Danger's 'Shark Island' opened the scoring, with 'Aaron', a seminal piece from his 'Berlin Calling' album, winding things up.
Dive into the performance below, and when you're done feast your eyes and ears on these 67 sets from weekend one and 49 from weekend two, including Hardwell, Steve Aoki, Kollektiv Turmstrasse, Solomun, Charlotte de Witte, Camelphat, Sasha, Carl Cox and many more.
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