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30 April 2017 – Promised Land: Sandy Rivera / Marshall Jefferson / Super Flu


Let your chosen family know about promised lands next event and join the rest of your brothers & sisters at Egg London to celebrate life & love for House music.
Egg London

200 York Way, N7 9AX London, United Kingdom

Weather your into your early House music / New House Tech & Techno / Acid House / Funky Vocal & Deep House / Classic Disco, Funk & Nu Disco grooves we have got it covered spread over 4 areas of music.

Our events are not just about the name brand DJs. It’s not about the capacity of people it’s about the quality of people !! It’s about the music, the vibe, the love X

Djs spread over 4 rooms will be playing Classic House / Up front Tech House & Techno / Funky / Vocal & Deep / Classic Disco, Funk & Nu Disco

House music from 1987 to 2006
Sandy Rivera (Kings Of Tomorrow)
Marshall Jefferson
Terry Farley (Acid House set)
Jo Mills (Classic Ibiza set)
Philgood & Ram
Huck Finn
Mark Ruston

Up Front House Room
Super Flu
Clara Da Costa
Josh Watts
Owen James & T Chung

Vocal Funky & Soulful House
Nico Da Funksta
Dean Detached
Doctor Magis
Tony Castle

80s 90s Disco funk & Soul
Andy Funkfusion
Mr Eano
Kenny Redz
+ more

No tracksuits / No hoods / No sport tops / Smart trainers ok / please make an effort

Students £10 B4 11pm on the door only.

MAZI ft. Stereoclap (RO) & bday pre-party – Radu & Classic in London UK


(6) MAZI ft. Stereoclap (RO) & B-day pre-party – Radu & Classic 2pm – 10pm

International Music Summit IMS IBIZA MAY 24-26, 2017 @ HARD ROCK HOTEL IBIZA




IMS celebrates a decade of educating and entertaining; of inspiring, informing and helping to shape the future of electronic music. The three-day summit, nighttime programming and Dalt Vila return in 2017 bigger and better than ever before.

Badge prices start at 310.00€ and will increase on the 1st of every month by 15€.





In 2017, International Music Summit celebrates its 10 Year Anniversary in Ibiza. The summit returns to the White Isle for its milestone achievement with another three days of inspiration and connection around electronic music and its industry.








More announcements are coming soon.

“IMS brings the heavyweights to the table to share with the current young generation. You’re guaranteed to learn, grow and have a wonderful experience! – Paul Oakenfold, Artist

Exploring Ibiza’s New Housing Projects


This summer the Balearic island of Ibiza is predicted to have smashed even more tourism and airlift records than last year. As other beach destinations in North Africa and Turkey have dropped in popularity amid security fears, their loss has been the Balearics’ gain, and British Airways’ new flights from London Stansted to Ibiza have been fully booked from the get-go in May.

The demand for private jets has also been higher than ever (up 8.5 per cent year on year), and the demand for yacht chartering has increased by 27 per cent in a year.

So are any of these visitors to the island buying property? It would seem that some of them are. Agents report that demand has increased considerably during the past two years – and because prices in the Balearics fell less during the global downturn than in the Spanish costas, they had less ground to catch up. Statistics from Tinsa, Spain’s leading valuations company, show that while the national average price for property in Spain fell 41 per cent between 2007 and 2014, the comparable drop was 29 per cent in the Balearics.

Further, stats from, a leading Spanish property portal, show that asking prices in the Balearics are now 21 per cent higher than at the top of the boom. No other resort region has recovered so well – not even Marbella. While Mallorca has been popular with wealthy buyers for many decades, clearly Ibiza has become a brand in its own right during the past five years or so, and this spans both ends of the market.

“The island’s image has moved upmarket. It has become a much more year-round location [British Airways now flies there during the winter] and we are seeing a new type of buyer – family-focused forty- or fiftysomething professionals who are bringing their children to the beach clubs, rather than going clubbing in San Antonio as they did 15 or 20 years ago,” says Cathy Ouwehand, international associate for Savills, the agent.

While sleek, contemporary villas have been constructed over recent years – and there are more schemes in the pipeline, especially around the south-west – and there are traditional farmhouses (or fincas), there are also at last some new apartment schemes that are catering for the lock-and-go market on the island.

New apartment schemes for all budgets

The White Angel development near the Pacha nightclub in Ibiza Town, the hub of Ibiza, sold quickly when it was released, and featured in this magazine, in 2012. The high-spec block of 66 apartments were sold off-plan, with prices from €400,000 to €1.5 million. The gated scheme offers an attractive shared swimming pool, gym, security and concierge, and attracts healthy rentals for its mix of stylish finishing, good location and extra services.

A range of British, Dutch and Italian buyers invested, along with some Spanish (there are many from Barcelona on the island), and the appetite for this sort of scheme has led OD Group, the developer, to launch a similar branded project in Talamanca, north of Ibiza Town. Also being sold off-plan, there are 54 180m2 three bedroom apartments, from €1.3 million to €1.9 million. It is close to OD Group’s new hotel, Ocean Drive Talamanca, and the sandy beaches.

OD Group also have a new apartment scheme in the popular Playa d’en Bossa (site of the trendy open-air beach club Ushuaïa, Nassau Beach Club and the Hard Rock Hotel) with prices from €280,000 for a two-bed apartment to €630,000 for a three-bed, three-bath 120m2 unit and sea views from the higher units. The average unit will be €450,000. This mid-range scheme, The Wave, will have 138 units and is second line to the beach.

“This holiday resort area has had a complete refurb, but now there are suddenly five-star hotels and destination beach clubs. Hotel prices have doubled and the area has been lifted to another level,” says Ouwehand. “This is a great area for a prime rental investment with services.”

OD Group also have a budget-range apartment scheme, Abc S’Olivera, at Puig d’en Valls, an inland area behind Ibiza Town, from €215,000. Handily near a supermarket, and with a large pool, these apartments seem great value for the location. “The upper units will enjoy good views of Dalt Vila in Ibiza Town whilst the ground-floor ones will have a garden,” says Carlos Noguera Wilson of OD Group. The three-bedroom ones measuring 90m2 with a roof terrace will be €368,000. “They will be completed at the end of 2018 and we have had a lot of local interest.” (All these schemes are available through Savills).

If you want a new villa, €1.5 million is around entry level, and, a developer of eco-friendly properties in Spain and Amsterdam, have recently begun building stylish new-build properties from this price point. They are building five in San Miguel, an area in the north of the island (which is more affordable than the southwest) within walking distance of the beach.

“They are sustainable, high-spec homes of 300m2 with terraces, each with their own pool,” says Gert-Jan Oepkes, head of office of Stirling Ackroyd, the selling agent. “The sustainability makes them unique – they don’t use the hollow-brick wall system commonly used in Spain that can produce cold, damp villas, but rather a polystyrene type insulation. They are built with a modular system that makes construction efficient and fast.”

The floating-villa style is attractive, using lots of glass and covered terraces – very contemporary and creative in the design. They can be built to order – assuming you can fi nd a plot – elsewhere on the island, but Oepkes warns that in the south-west the cost of the plot would double the budget to €3 million.

“The south of the island is overpriced, and we are seeing many more buyers looking to the north for greater aff ordability,” he says, suggesting that in peak summer they might rent for €15,000 a week due to the strong demand for high-quality villas.

Engel & Völkers, the high-end agent, put the cost of an “averagely located” four-bed villa in the north at €750,000 to €1 million. They said that an averagely located two-bed 100m2 apartment in the north would be between €200,000 and €300,000 – again this is less than a comparable property in Ibiza Town (€300,000 to €400,000) and marginally less than the €250,000 to €350,000 for a two-bedder in the south and south-west of the island.

Santa Gertrudis, in the centre of the island, is also increasingly popular, especially for British families relocating (it is close to the best schools such as Morna International College). Again, €1.5 million is around the entry level for a quality villa, and Savills has a ten-bedroom resale example for €1.85 million, while Stirling Ackroyd has a new four-bedroom, three-bath villa for €2.2 million.


Founder Ricardo Urgell plans to work on new hotels and a project in Cuba


In mid-September, news emerged about Pacha Group’s decision to put the famed chain – including Pacha Destino Ibiza, Lio and other international expansions – up for sale. Founder Ricardo Urgell exclaimed that he could no longer stomach the owners of Ushuaïa, who are set to take ownership of the now former Space Ibiza location in 2017.

In just a matter of weeks, Pacha Group has sold for €350 million.

The details remain sparse about the purchaser and confirmation of the deal’s finalization, but Ricardo Urgell seemed ready to say his final goodbyes in a recent interview with Diario de Ibiza. “It hurts a lot to sell Pacha in such a sweet moment,” he said.

“I feel like an honest person trying to do the best possible,” Urgell said of his Pacha legacy on the island of Ibiza. “We have to want more for the island, invest in it, appreciate it and love her, so that we’re not only benefitting ourselves. People need to promote projects to improve Ibiza. It’s important that the island does not lose the magic.”

When asked further about his opinion on the island’s future, Urgell responded: “The island has spoiled areas that will be difficult to recover. If we continue at this pace, it will eventually move to the north of the island. Music should be controlled [in its legal space]. We cannot have music everywhere.” He continued, explaining his distaste for party boats in effort to preserve the island’s natural elements as well.

When asked about the recent raids of Ibiza venues like Amnesia, Ushuaïa and Pacha, Urgell confirmed that Pacha’s finances were all in order and accounts were all transparent.

Finally, though Urgell plans to part ways with his Pacha Group empire, he concluded that he has many ongoing projects, including other hotels and a possible new venture in Cuba.

Carl Cox closes Space in Ibiza for the final time in pictures


Space in Ibiza has closed its doors for the final time after 27 years.

The club opened in 1989 and was known for its legendary terrace, Carl Cox’s mind-blowing sets and 22 hour dance marathons on a Sunday.

The Space Closing Fiesta was the final event at the venue as its lease has not been renewed.

“Space is synonymous with Ibiza,” one clubber said as the final tunes were played at the weekend.

“Being with all of you has meant everything!!” organisers told fans on the big screen.

Photographer James Mo captured Space’s final moments for Newsbeat.

Hundreds of people queued up to get tickets

Image captionHundreds of people queued up to get tickets
Space Ibiza

Image captionJavi Bora back to back with Jose De Divina on stage

Space was awarded Best Global Club at the International Dance Music Awards in 2005, 2006, 2012, and again in 2013.

This year it was named Best Club in the World by DJ Mag.

Space Ibiza
Space Ibiza

Image captionSome of the costumed dancers get ready to perform at Space’s final closing party

Carl Cox kicked off his set with Ridney’s At Night at 12am.

Carl Cox on the Flight stage

Image captionCarl Cox on the Flight stage

He played a twelve hour set, finishing with Angie Stone’s Wish I Didn’t Miss You at 12pm on Monday.

Carl Cox

Image caption“There’s been no other club on this planet that has basically been as significant as this one” – Carl Cox

Image captionBushwacka DJs on the Flight stage

Image caption“I’ve had so many amazing times in here. I met lots of really cool people. I’ve got to DJ here many times over the years, I’ve had some of the best sets of my life in here as well.” Bushwacka
Erick Morillo

Image captionErick Morillo in the Terrace room
Manu Gonzalez

Image caption“It’s a legendary club for the music industry and it’s something that helped to move forward outside of what’s going on now with the music industry. I think it’s one of the best clubs in the world.” Manu Gonzalez
Camilo Franco

Image captionCamilo Franco DJs in the Terrace room
Space Ibiza

Image caption“Favourite memory of Space is playing for Carl Cox a few years back. ‘I was playing in the terrace for two hours and it’s been amazing. Very, very strong memory. Good times indeed.” Riva Starr

Goodbye @SpaceIbiza will never be the same again 😥You have given me memories to last a lifetime!

Tony Taza

Image caption“Space is about making something for the people to enjoy” – Tony, 26
'Space is synonymous with what Ibiza is. Best part of the night is the flight stage.'

Image caption“Space is synonymous with what Ibiza is. Best part of the night is the flight stage” – Nicola, 30
Space Ibiza
Source : BBC


DJ Awards 2016 takes place at Pacha Ibiza


Here in Ibiza we’re emerging from what can only be described as one outrageously epic weekend (Music On closing, Ushuaïa closing, Space closing, ‘nuff said), and the action continued apace on Monday night as the prestigious DJ Awards were held at Pacha, during which the industry’s top players were rewarded for their services to the scene.

DJs descended in their droves on the Ibiza Town venue to find out if they’d been crowned the winner of their category and had been given the go ahead to take home one of the distinctive green kryptonite awards. Sixteen of them in total were up for grabs, 12 of which were voted for by you, the discerning public, and it turns out you all used your vote wisely.

The biggest cheer of the night perhaps inevitably, went to Carl Cox, who was crowned King (yet again) as the best Techno and International DJ. Black Coffee went home with the Deep House crown, Armin van Buuren was named best Trance DJ, Jamie XX won the Electronicaaward and the Martinez Brothers stomped to victory in the Tech House category. WooMoon went home with the best new Ibiza Night title.

This year, there was also the new introduction of the Iconic Club Award, which rightfully was presented to the one and only Space. The club’s owner, Pepe Roselló was there to pick up his trophy, doling out some characteristic pearls of kindhearted wisdom and words of thanks in the process. What a way to see out the season.

See the full list of winners here:


BASS                                                              ARMINE EDGE & DANCE

BIG ROOM HOUSE                                     HARDWELL

BREAKTHROUGH                                       ANNA

DEEP HOUSE                                               BLACK COFFEE

ELECTRONICA                                             JAMIE XX


HOUSE                                                           CLAPTONE

INTERNATIONAL                                         CARL COX

NEWCOMER                                                  MIHALIS SAFRAS

TECH HOUSE                                               THE MARTINEZ BROTHERS

TECHNO                                                        CARL COX

TRANCE                                                        ARMIN VAN BUUREN



CUTTING EDGE                                           FUNKTION ONE

PRODUCER                                                  EMANUEL SATIE

IBIZA NIGHT                                                WOOMOON

IBIZA DJ                                                        MR DORIS





ICONIC CLUB AWARD                                SPACE

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