The UK government is set to scrap the mandatory 14-day self-isolation policy for holidaymakers and travellers returning from Spain, France and Greece. The news, which is to be announced on Monday and implemented as soon as 6th July, means that holidaymakers visiting Ibiza can return to the UK without mandatory quarantine, paving the way for tourists from the UK to flock to the White Isle.
Ibiza Rocks has revealed a new 2020 party series.
Following the announcement that Spain will allow international tourists from the 1st July, San Antonio open-air club and hotel, Ibiza Rocks, has announced a new party series.
“In my high school class, I was the only person that was openly against the regime,” says Nazar. His family fled Angola for Belgium before he was born: his father, a general in the opposition army, was targeted by the Angolan regime during the civil war. Growing up in Belgium, he was seduced by electronic music. When he and his family moved back to Angola, to be reunited with his father, they faced a different reality.
A couple of years ago, most people knew Cooper Saver as a promoter. His Far Away parties, which he’d largely been throwing in warehouses and other covert spaces across his native Los Angeles since 2012, were widely regarded as some of the best in the city, and regularly hosted DJs like Floating Points, Avalon Emerson, Young Marco, Four Tet, and others too numerous to list.
Point Blank’s online school has been championed by the likes of Claude VonStroke, Felix Jaehn and many more and features regular one-to-ones and exclusive video tutorials and masterclasses from leading producers from around the globe. Their online courses allow you access to world-class music education from industry experts and professional lecturers anywhere, anytime and gain personal feedback on your tracks from some of the best in the business.
At last year’s edition of CTM Festival, Ican Haram, the MC and hype man of Gabber Modus Operandi, was violently sick upon entering the stage. Given the extremity of the Indonesian duo’s music, many in the crowd presumed this was a rehearsed act — an attention-demanding shock tactic borrowed from the punk and heavy metal scenes that dominate their homeland. A year on, as they return to Berlin for a second consecutive CTM performance, Ican admits that this bout of bodily discharge was far more spontaneous. “The occasion got to me,” he confesses with a wry smile.
Pinching apples from a farmer’s tree, ringing a doorbell then running away, putting cling-film on a toilet; these are typical traits of your common skylarker. In the case of this particular Skylark, you can add ‘make gully minimal d&b bangers’ to that list. “I never knew it meant that,” laughs the Strasbourg artist named Thibault, who chose the name because the lark has an incredibly complex and unique way of singing. “I am a big joker though. I’m the kinda guy who’s looking to have a good laugh every time. But maybe more on the respectful side.”
Over the last decade, Korean pop, a.k.a. K-Pop, has taken the Western world by storm. K-Pop draws influences from numerous genres from around the globe such as hip-hop, pop, EDM, R&B, jazz, house and more and blends this infectious fusion with catchy hooks and flawless dance routines. Even if you’ve never heard of K-Pop as a genre, it’s likely you’ve heard of the global phenomenon, BTS.
With his fourth album ‘Joyful’, arriving on Tim Sweeney’s beloved Beats In Space imprint, Melbourne producer Andras delivers one of his finest works to date, capping off a decade of music under a variety of aliases that flits cordially between beat-driven club music and deeper ambient sounds. Often his Australian identity feeds heavily into his music, though as Andras explains, it’s also accompanied by a certain amount of ambivalence.