Ah Summer! A time of excitement and happiness; of holidays, memories, great friends and – of course – great music. To accompany the sunset season, we've trawled through our archives to curate a list of our absolute favourite DJ sets to evoke the season. All of which are best enjoyed with an ice cold Miller Genuine Draft.
Carl Cox live from a secret Ibiza Villa
Last summer, we invited dance music legend Carl Cox to play a special set for us in a secluded villa in the Ibizan hills. Cox, who never disappoints, pulled out the sunshine classics to make it the most viewed video we have ever produced. Timeless.
Green Velvet from Groove Cruise Mexico
Chicago maverick Green Velvet brings his infectious sound (and trademark moves) to a Mexican beach party, during last summer's Groove Cruise. DJ Mag's cameras were on hand to capture the whole set. Turn it up!
David Morales from an Ibiza rooftop
During this year's International Music Summit (IMS) in Ibiza, we invited legendary house DJ David Morales up to the rooftop of Hard Rock Ibiza. Enjoy 75 minutes of sunshine house music to soothe the soul.
Claptone Live from Miami Music Week
Masked marauder Claptone brought the noise to our Miami Music Week party, poolside at The Surfcomber, earlier this year. The mysterious artist treated the South Beach crowd to a set packed full of classics and exclusives. You can relive it below...
Kolsch live from Elrow Barcelona
Now a global brand famed for outlandish production and confetti canons, Elrow's spiritual and physical home is in Barcelona. For that reason we had to attend their OFF Sonar party this year. Enjoy this uplifting set from Kölsch, live from the terrace.
Armin Van Buuren live from an Ibiza rooftop
There is something quite special about putting a DJ who normally plays stadiums in an intimate space. Here 5-time Top 100 DJs winner Armin Van Buuren is captured up close an personal on the roof of the Ushuaia Tower.
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