Shackleton, Dixon and Shed will be among the acts entertaining those who snagged a ticket for the German festival.
The event is now in its 14th year and has emerged in that time to become one of Germany's best-loved summertime gatherings in the name of electronic music. Situated around 140km to the south-east of Berlin, the Bungalowdorf holiday camp welcomes around 3000 people through its gates each year, a number that is stringently monitored by the organisers behind the event. Nachtdigital's appeal is based on intimacy, you see. And with this in mind, the music program runs across a very manageable two stages and features name that while near the top of their respective genre niches, would hardly be classed as main stage headliners.
House music will make for a considerable percentage of the sounds by the looks of things, with DJs such as Dixon, Kyle Hall, Robag Wruhme, Space Dimension Controller, Kassem Mosse, Prosumer and Âme all putting in appearances. Also announced is a Dial Records showcase which will include mainstays such as Efdemin, Lawrence and Carsten Jost sharing deck time with newer signings like Isolee and Roman Flügel.
On a more experimental tip, Shackleton sets up for a live show that should feel particularly appropriate given dark and wooded surroundings; Smith N Hack cut up disco and rave; and Ghostly International act Gold Panda takes to the stage. There'll also be a small UK bass music presence: Lone and Ikonika make the journey out to Cavertitz.