730 days and almost 60 shows later, Milkman finally turns 2. Since their inception in India, they have always believed in touring quality talent and building one of a kind nightlife experiences for the community. From their own festival, Terminal 1 to warehouse parties with Helena Hauff to secret location parties with Lena Willikens to taking over an office space outside New Delhi with Optimo to straight-up basement raves with Ben UFO, it has been quite a journey for Milkman.
Their community has grown beautifully and organically over the past 2 years. To celebrate their 2nd birthday, they are bringing back Detroit legend, DJ Stingray for a 3 city tour. The Detroit electro don holds a very special place in their hearts as he was the first artist to play their warehouse party at Famous Studio. That party was the start of something special for Milkman – it was the beginning of monthly warehouse party trend that saw them tour the likes of Helena Hauff, Optimo, Randomer, Anthony Naples, Mount Kimbie, Roi Perez and many more.
Making parties happen at unconventional spaces is what they enjoy doing the most. The kickstart the 2 Years of Milkman at the Great Eastern Home, Mumbai on September 21. They have DJ Stingray and Milkman residents Nida, Milkshake Boys, and Spacejams. They also have the amazing Rafiki and Chrms on the bill. If you’re not in Mumbai, fear not because DJ Stingray will also be touring New Delhi and Bangalore as a part of their birthday celebrations.
ABOUT DJ STINGRAY
Sherard Ingram aka DJ Stingray has been a strong presence in the world of Electro for over twenty years. Growing up in Detroit, he created classic’s such as ‘Covert Action’ and ‘The Collapse of Modern Culture’ with the likes of Moodymann and Carl Craig to name a few.
Reppin’ Detroit’s 313 with masked performances around the world, and three dozen releases under his belt, he nows sits as the Electro Don/Head Honcho of Micron Audio Detroit label to release upcoming talent from across the globe.
Tickets for Mumbai available here: https://insider.in/2-years-of-milkman-sep21-2019/event