Paul Oakenfold visited Clandestin pres. Full On Ibiza at the penultimate party of the season. House South Brothers, at the start of the night, and DJ L, after Oakenfold’s performance, completed the lineup at the legendary Terraza of the club in Playa d’en Bossa. Meanwhile the Sunset Terrace was led by the always-resolute resident, Ramon Castells.
But undoubtedly all eyes were fixed on the London Trance legend Paul Oakenfold. His set was the highlight of the night with two and half hours at his entire disposal for attendees to enjoy his 30-plus years of experience. Since his inception to raves during the 90s at the British capital until today, his sonic journey has spanned countless of styles and melodies that have enshrined him in the international music elite.
Tribal rhythms were present at the beginning of his set, breaking tangentially with the Tech House that the House South Brothers had proposed earlier. Little by little, and after an hour into his set, we begin to perceive a change in the melodies to sounds closer to Future House. All this was reflected when the London DJ dropped his new remix "Otherside" by the legendary group Red Hot Chili Peppers. The audience went wild humming the song made famous by Californian group, while the powerful audiovisual equipment at Space Ibiza enveloped the dancefloor in a mystical atmosphere. It is now easy to understand the joy DJ L exhibited when she received the baton from Oakenfold, as the audience was dedicated to the cause.
The penultimate party of Mondays at Space Ibiza was the perfect foretaste of what will be coming our way next September 28th. The Clandestin pres. Full On Ibiza closing promises thrills with the return of Dutch boss Ferry Corsten to the DJ booth of the club. Bassjackers, Aly & Fila, Lucky Charmes and Ramon Castells complete the lineup. Do not miss it and buy your tickets for Clandestin pres. Full On Ibiza, because it will be hard to get back to those monotonous winter Mondays, imagine having the doubt of not going to Ferry’s last party at Space Ibiza.