18/19 Jan / 2019

famous studios / bombay

About Us

Milkman is proud to present Terminal 1, a weekend-long music festival taking place in the heart of Mumbai at Famous Studios. Terminal 1 showcases a diverse mix of local bands and DJs alongside a heavyweight international line-up that features both pioneering and cutting-edge electronic acts making their debuts in the country.

British post-dubstep producer-duo and Warp Record signees Mount Kimbie will be headlining with a DJ set. Aux 88, legendary Detroit duo, bring decades of experience and their distinctive brand of break-beat electro-funk. Roi Perez and Alienata, hailing from Israel and Spain respectively, both reside in Berlin. Perez is a widely acclaimed selector who holds down several residencies including one at Panorama Bar. Alienata favours raw and gritty sounds that span across obscure acid, IDM, electro, dub, breakbeat and beyond.

Local DJs Spacejams (Milkman Resident), Zokhuma and Manaalina are joined by electronic producers Kumail (live) and Sid Vashi. New Delhi’s Lifafa and indie band Peter Cat Recording Co rounds out the line-up.

Terminal 1 is a logical progression of Milkman’s forward-thinking musical programming. Having brought DJ Stingray, Helena Hauff, Optimo, Anthony Naples, Pariah and most recently, Randomer, to Indian shores over the past year, Terminal 1 sees Milkman mark one year of curating extraordinary music experiences for Indian dance music fans.

Line Up

Mount Kimbie are the influential English electronic music duo of Dominic Maker and Kai Campos from London, UK. Over a ten year period, three critically acclaimed albums and countless world live tours they have consolidated their position at the forefront of the international electronic scene.


US group Aux 88 is made up of an accomplished dancer and a mobile street DJ, and together they have become a widely acclaimed electro band hailing from the heart of electronic music that is Detroit, Michigan.


Roi Perez is a DJ and music enthusiast. In 2011 the native Israeli started playing records in Tel Aviv’s underground queer clubbing scene. Upon his move to Germany’s capital Berlin in 2013 he continued his personal journey of establishing a coherent, creative and consistent musical language, constantly refining his skills, style and knowledge until the present day.


Spanish-born, Berlin-based Alienata is a self-described sound obsessive whose sets span obscure electro, ACID, dub, IDM, dark disco, jackbeat, cosmic jazz, industrial atmospheres, break beats and crazy sounds in general.


Spacejams is Yohann Jamsandekar, who cut his teeth mixing music as part of Mumbai's infamous, long-running party crew Bhavishyavani. He is currently a resident DJ for the Milkman party series which has seen him open for the likes of Optimo,


A cat may have nine lives, but Peter Cat Recording Co. has a multitude of dimensions. Formed in New Delhi around 2010 by the crooner Suryakant Sawhney, it’s a group that’s mutated over time, shedding members and accruing more, always evolving musically with each album.


At the bleeding edge of his own future Zokhuma represents the end of old things, the beginning of new ones, and a forged alliance with those making alternative electronic music in previously uncharted territories.


Sid Vashi is a recording artist from Mumbai, India. In 2017, he released the concept album ‘Azuma Kazuma,’ which received critical acclaim for its ambitious narrative arc and intricate musicality.


Kumail is a musician from Mumbai who has been experimenting with music that can be classified under the ambiguous label of electronic music. His music comes from a myriad of influences,


Mumbai-based Manaalina aka Manaal Oomerbhoy's devotion to the dance floor informs her intentions behind the decks. She experiences dance as a powerful exorciser and believes strongly in the transportive and healing abilities of sound. She seeks to maintain an open-minded and experimental approach to her selections and has a deep love for techno, acid, electro, rave, breakbeat and bass-heavy sounds. Unhappy music makes her inexplicably and extremely happy.


Lifafa is Suryakant Sawhney, founder of Peter Cat of Recording Co, the celebrated psychedelic ensemble based out of Delhi.

Festival Location

Terminal 1 is based in the heart of the Bombay at Famous Studios.

Address: Worli, 23, Dr E Moses Rd, Gandhi Nagar, Upper Worli, Mahalakshmi, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400011

Dates & Opening Hours

The festival takes place across two days - 18th & 19th of January 2019.

Doors open at 5pm on both days.


Only 2 day tickets can be purchased online. Single day passes will be available at the door but keep in mind that these will be limited. Tickets will be live soon.

Drugs Policy

We have a zero-tolerance policy and discourage you to bring drugs (including soft drugs) to the event. Public use of drugs at the event will result in removal. Please respect these regulations.


There will be no ATMs on site but debit/credit cards are accepted.


Wristbands will only be issued once and broken/lost wristbands will not be replaced.

Minimum Drinking Age

25 years old.

Ticket Policy

Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.

How do I become a food partner or activation partner?

Email us at -

Is there free water?

Yes. Free water will be available on festival grounds.

Can I get Milkman merchandise at Terminal 1 festival?

Yes, there will be a merch stall at the festival.

Are day passes available?

Yes. Day passes will be available on festival site.

Code of conduct

Terminal 1 is a festival of music and creativity, and we exist to help the industry be the best it can be.

However, the festival is not a place for inappropriate, disruptive, or abusive behaviour, either in person or online. This could include:

  1. Offensive verbal comments related to gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, race, ethnicity, or religion
  2. Deliberate intimidation
  3. Harassing photography
  4. Sustained disruption of talks or other events
  5. Inappropriate physical contact

Terminal 1 may act if it feels any individual or group has failed to meet the standards set by this Code of Conduct, including but not limited to revoking the individual or groups Festival passes without refund.

If you experience a violation of this Code of Conduct at the Festival please contact a member of staff.

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