An event featuring Amelie Lens, Pan-Pot and Deas as part of the Open’er Park series.
Amelie Lens is one of the hottest names in today’s techno scene and a star of the biggest clubs in the world. Her passionate and natural performances have made her the darling of a large part of the club community, from the Belgian audience of Dour Festival to the Dutch Awakenings.
Their characteristic, courageous and timeless style has brought Pan-Pot recognition in the whole club world. They are characterized by their unrestricted genre boundaries and a perfect sense of the needs of the audience, regardless of whether they play at a big festival or a club. Founded in 2014, Second State has become not only a platform for them to release their own music, but also a space to promote new characters on stage, such as Amelie Lens, Stephan Hinz and Michael Klein, consistently proving that there are no limits to what can be achieved or dreamed of.
Karol Mozgawa, known as Deas, is one of the most prominent figures on the Polish electronic music scene in recent years. Born in Greece and living in Krakow, Deas grew up in a home where music did not play a major role. As a teenager he was exposed to trip hop music and bands like Portishead or Massive Attack. While exploring music, he encountered the work of electronic producers – artists such as Dubfire, Plastikman, Lutzenkirchen, Sebastien Leger, and later Robert Hood, Kevin Saunderson, and Anthony Rother permanently changed his perception of reality.