South America might still be a what some DJs insist on calling an ‘emerging territory’, but the fact that Sirenna has been serving up electronic music for 23 years shows that Brazil has deeper roots than most.
A few hours drive from Sao Paulo in the small beach town of Maresia, Sirena feels like clubbing paradise, far removed from the hustle and bustle of the country's business capital. While the still impressive main room is enclosed, the club's second stage is the undoubted draw and takes full advantage of the warm all-year round Brazilian climate, its outdoor dancefloor boasting trees around its peripheries, while the entire club is shrouded by surrounding jungle adding to the feeling of escapism as the sun rises.
Residents Presskit give a hint at the club’s main sound, rubbery bass-led electro house filled with squeaks and bleeps, so unsurprisingly one of last year’s biggest booking was Afrojack, while Spinnin’s Vinai were another hit. But it’s not all main room bluster. The Martinez Brothers and Kolombo proved that there’s taste for more groove-orientated adventures too, while the club’s carnival celebrations and annual White Party keep its popularity and attendence high throughout the year.