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Watch The Black Madonna and Mike Servito's Instantly Iconic Dekmantel Set

This is what happens when two of the best DJs (and friends) on earth get together and play music.

by David Garber
Aug 17 2016, 3:25pm

The Black Madonna (real name Marea Stamper) and Mike Servito have a palpable energy when they team up behind the decks, and thus, their B2B sets have quickly become something of legend all over the world. So when Boiler Room announced that their stage takeover at this year's Dekmantel festival in the Netherlands would feature a Servdonna (or is it Madonnito?) tag-team, we all knew it would be something special. And it was! Following a stunning performance by Rush Hour boss Antal, the Midwestern duo's two-hour performance was another portal into their untouchable selection of acid bangers and high energy jacking house, as well as the kind of charm and good vibes that arise when two dear friends hit the stage to play music in the sunshine. Today, Boiler Room has released the stage's entire run of sets from Saturday of the weekend, featuring, among appearances from Daniel Avery and Young Marco, Mike and Marea's already-iconic set.


Check it out above (the set begins at about four hours into the video), and give another listen to the duo's B2B from San Francisco in our 13 Best Mixes of 2016 So Far list, as well as our recap of Dekmantel.