Welcome to the second show of Vagabundos

Vagabundos 14-06-2015 by Ana Ruiz 64

Vagabundos 14-06-2015 by Ana Ruiz 65

Vagabundos 14-06-2015 by Ana Ruiz 8

Vagabundos 14-06-2015 by Ana Ruiz 10

Second night in for Luciano and his Vagabundos crew last night at Space Ibiza. After a triumphant opening on June 7th, the Cadenza man brought to the Platja d’en Bossa club a first class lineup to fill the rooms of the venue. The season is getting into full mode, and the crowds lining up outside Space were just another proof of how the Vagabundos parties are creating a huge buzz on the Island.

Swiss DJ and Producer Marlowe (formerly of Digitaline) and Ibiza resident Andy Baxter graced the Sunset Room with their blend of deep melodies and relaxed grooves, with the people coming in early to enjoy a more laid back atmosphere before bouncing into the craziness of the other rooms. Jose Maria Ramon and Valentin Huedo closed off the line up in this room playing a fine selection of loose beats and tribal inspired tracks.

Techno maestro Carl Craig took over the Main Room with his Detroit Love concept: the Planet E man recently remixed Mirko Loko’s Kolor track on Cadenza Records, reaching Beatport’s Top Ten and establishing once more his stance as one of the Motor City’s finest musical exports. Jackathon’s lady and BBC Radio 1 host Heidi delivered her trademark mix of classic House and underground Techno, with Jimmy Edgar on top form playing a truly eclectic selection of stylish and abstract tunes, a reminiscence of his Ultramajic project, where he fuses music, design, contemporary arts into a holistic multi-sensory experience.

Parisian Molly warmed up the Vagabundos Room (Space Ibiza Terrace) with a set including some of her most known tracks released on labels such as Rekids and Street Knowledge, while Martin Buttrich’s pumping Live Set switched gears and got the crowd in the right mood for the night: the Grammy award nominated artist and studio wizard spared no energy on his performance, flipping and puncturing grooves, entrancing the audience with his after dark sounds (a proof of his incredibly skilful abilities in navigating the spectrum of audible – and inaudible - frequencies).

The Cadenza boss took the stage still buzzing from the previous week’s festivities, showing no sign of resting on laurels: with the first show gaining enthusiastic reviews from the Ibiza and international press, Luciano pushed his set to new heights, with a selection ranging from tribal Techno to sleazy Tech House, a whirlwind of Latin rhythms and staccato basslines, in true “South America Meets Kraftwerk” style, leaving the crowds cheering and wanting for more.

Add a colourful extravaganza of sexy dancers and kinky creatures of the night to the whole scenario, and you get an idea of the vibe at this party. 15 more Vagabundos to go, and looking forward to each and everyone of them. ¡Buy now your tickets for the next Vagabundos at Space Ibiza with Erick Morillo, Luciano and much more!

 Review by Francesco Bergomi

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