Saturday 24TH September 2016, Ibiza’s 2nd Playing For Change Day Festival on Cala Llonga beach, 12 hours of non-stop music & entertainment.
You could go to any heavy metal gig and feel the vibrations of bass but this was so different. It is as if the music travels through you, as if your spine is a conductor. Then we went from audio Nirvana to a bunch of monkeys bashing dustbin lids. The ‘feeling’ of the noise went from tantric orgasm to dental extraction. Not only this, but she was seemingly determined to butcher as many classic anthems as possible within her allotted time.
Carl Cox had already confirmed he’ll he playing a mammoth 10 hour set to close his residency, but now he’s also confirmed the set will be played using both vinyl and digital – the old with the new.
I expected that in the intervening 16 years they would have honed their major contributions to the history of music into some 25 minute long seminal work that had people dropping to the floor in worship and/or an involuntary collapse of legs through orgasm.
Pump Up the Volume! Mayor’s Flat Tyre Ends Illegal Party. Partygoers say they paid for entry, but pressured into not making complaints.
Judge Jules had arguably the most important and influential slot of the lot—the legendary show that was the Saturday Night warm up. His was the music that accompanied the very best time of the week. For many people, Judge Jules was ‘coming up’.
Next time you feel the music is speaking to you, it turns out you might be right. To the delight of any tin foil hat wearing technologists, there is now no need to do a one fingered analogue backspin of a 60s grateful dead record to reveal the secrets within. The new age of subliminal messaging is upon us and its medium is inside trance.
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