Back in March we had the honour to host two amazing parties within 12 hours. The prime event was the Linke Soto x M-Plant night with Robert Hood and Motor City Drum Ensemble, but the first Boiler Room event in Maastricht prior wasn't a small feat either.
Having a legend like Robert Hood playing in Maastricht was amazing, especially with his exclusive 'Internal Empire' set for Boiler Room. He did an amazing job, but an honourable mention goes to the Greece-turned-The-Hague artist Pasiphae. She brought some serious heat to the small room of Muziekgieterij with her range of electronic goodness.
And then the party really went off in the big room, which didn't come as a surprise after the tickets sold out months before the party. Oliver Way took the warm-up duties on him, laying the groundwork for Motor City Drum Ensemble's first touchdown in our precious city. Playing the room like the true master he really is, the atmosphere was electrifying. Robert Hood then took over in real Hood-fashion, powerful as always.