Reliving the halcyon days of progressive house music. It’s rather difficult to push the boundaries…
Paradise Ibiza’s summer closing offered high doses of techno and house with the genres’ top artists, led by its founder Jamie Jones.
Paradise, Wednesdays’ party series at DC10, ended another successful season in the white island, and in its last edition a selected group of habitual suspects was in attendance for the celebration. All through the night, the dancefloor was full of enthusiastic clubbers who travelled hundreds of kilometers from all over the world to the former hangar in the Las Salinas road.
The acclaimed Wales-born DJ and his label Hot Creations are the promoters of Paradise, one of the main bets of the venue which, in its eighth season, brought another of its countless nights of euphoria, beginning with the garden’s opening at around 18:00 hours.
A thrilling session between Jamie Jones back-to-back Loco Dice closed the dancefloor at around 23:30 and left the spirits very high, giving way to an upsurge of excitement that moved to the terrace, also filled to the brim with a group of special guests.
Davina Moss started things up with a line of techno warming up the decks to later give way to Nicole Moudaber, who focused on a darker and deep sound, with which she managed to practically hypnotize the whole audience. Shortly after, Loco Dice took the controls, bursting in with the rhythm of drums, to finally give the stage to Jamie Jones, who delivered a strong closing set, including a dynamic mix of tech-house and Latin sounds.
Meanwhile, in the main room, Richy Ahmed joined forces back-to-back with Alan Fitzpatrick, both playing a set of house and techno with futuristic laser projections and enveloping an overflowing crowd with vibrant ‘no ID’ tracks.
Once more, the label’s party fulfilled its objective in Ibiza, bringing a new energy to the long list of its Wednesday guests that will be dreaming of once again getting lost in paradise.