The final day of Rotterdam’s Motel Mozaiqe featured what may well be the festival’s most ambitious project yet: the final moments of a 65-hour long garage party at the famous Groothandelsgebouw, followed by an intimate 6am set by Joep Beving in the early hours of Sunday morning. Both took place at the tail-end of a successful-yet-tiring final day, which climaxed during a dark set by Husky Loops within Rotown’s gritty confines. Elsewhere, London duo Otzeki stood out in what was one of the weekend’s best performances, packing out the obscure WORM to the sound of debut album Binary Childhood. Find a gallery of assorted shots from the final day below, further featuring Americana songwriter Natalie Prass, artistic performer Ariah Lester and promising Belgian Tamino.

Natalie Prass

Natalie Prass

Natalie Prass

Natalie Prass

Natalie Prass

Natalie Prass

Natalie Prass

Natalie Prass

Natalie Prass

Natalie Prass

Otzeki

Otzeki

Otzeki

Otzeki

Otzeki

Otzeki

Otzeki

Otzeki

Otzeki

Otzeki

Tamino

Tamino

Ariah Lester

Ariah Lester

Ariah Lester

Ariah Lester

Husky Loops

Husky Loops

Husky Loops

Husky Loops

Husky Loops

Husky Loops

Husky Loops

Husky Loops

Husky Loops

Husky Loops

Husky Loops

Husky Loops

Husky Loops

Husky Loops

Husky Loops

Husky Loops

Check back tomorrow for our full Motel Mozaique round-up, featuring the 10 best performances.