Berlin party-starters KILLEKILL are celebrating their ten year milestone this year. Formed in 2008, the collective have always stood for representing quality music verging on the experimental. Fast forward a decade, and they have added running several labels and producing Krake festival to their portfolio.
Despite diversifying, they still find time to throw the parties that made their name. This summer alone they have hosted a summer camp series in their homeland, featuring an impressive cast of guests including Manni Dee, Pessimisst, Rommek and Varg.
Meanwhile, Krake continues to go from success-to-success. Taking place at various inner city venues across Berlin, 2018’s edition featured Paula Temple, Stanislav Tolkachev and a fleisch music showcase amongst others.
As part of the celebrations, they are taking over one of London's hot new warehouse spaces - The Cause - on Saturday 8th September alongside Unbound. The mammoth party will see live sets from both Radioactive Man and Neil Landstroom, while head DJ Flush goes B2B with Hanno Hinkelbein. This final jaunt follows stops at Ghent’s Kompass Klub and Greissmuelhe in their hometown. Wrapping up the tour in London, this is a party not to be missed.
Early Bird tickets are on sale now.