Sep 1, 2022
5 min read
There are only a couple more dates where you can dance at the notorious DC10 Ibiza.
Circoloco has been running for a mammoth 22 weeks so far this year, with the October 3rd version giving us the 23rd installation. The dance floors have been packed, the line-ups have been out of this world and the atmosphere has been nothing less than outstanding!
The terrace and main room will be jam-packed with the most incredible underground, house and techno talent from 6 pm through to 6:30 am the next day, so get your stomping boots on because this is a mammoth session you don’t want to miss out on!
DC10, Circoloco and Ibiza are all iconic and have been successful for 23 years on the island. Starting off as a small farmhouse on the way to Salinas, DC10 opened up as a music bar with an 80 person capacity by 2 Spanish brothers, Deogracias lara Moreno and Antonio Lara Moreno. In 1999, Italian promoters Andrea Pelino and Antonio Carbonaro came on board and created Circoloco. Officially started as a Monday morning ‘afters’ session, starting at 6am and running for 12 hours, the brand has since grown and adapted to what it is today. The rest, as they say, is history!
Swedish techno producer and DJ Adam Beyer is the founder of Drumcode Records. Emerging in the mid-1990s alongside Cari Lekebusch and Jesper Dahlbäck, his music is now synonymous with all that is exciting about techno. His ability to hold a crowd is second to none!
Adam Port’s earlier influences were more in the hardcore and hip-hop scenes before his love for techno was born. Now, with releases on Keinemusik, his Berlin-based label, as well as imprints such as Freerange, Pets, Cocoon and Moon Harbour he is proving himself as one of the forefront artists of the genre.
Aurora Halal holds a residency at Nowadays in NYC and has graced the decks at forward-thinking clubs and festivals including Unsound, Atonal, Nachtdigital, and as a regular at Berghain and De School.
Not only is Axel Boman a DJ and producer, but he also runs the Studio Barnhus label along withKornél Korvács and Petter Nordkvist. This year, he released his double album, LUZ/Quest for Fire.
Carlita, originally from Istanbul, loves to experiment with a mix of live and electronic instruments in her productions, bringing a wide range of sounds and elements to her tracks. Her DJ sets are just as enthralling, as she takes you on a journey through music.
Irish-born DJ and producer, Cici, started off promoting her own parties in Dublin and entered the world of DJing in 2009. A regular at Pikes and Zoo Project in Ibiza and Fabric in London - she’s no stranger to some of the best DJ booths and stages in the world.
Scottish DJ and producer Denis Sulta has released records on influential labels such as Dixon Avenue Basement Jams and Numbers, as well as his own Sulta Selects. His diverse selections will keep you guessing, his skills all learned from regular sets at Subclub as well as other infamous venues around the world.
DJ Seinfeld aka Armand Jakobsson started producing while he was in Edinburgh and has since has releases on respected labels such as Meda Fury, Ectotherm, UN.T.O and Lobster Fury.
DJ Tennis started off his career in the music industry tour-managing punk bands and organising music events in Italy. Since then, he went on to form DAZE, Italy’s first booking agency which was devoted to electronic music before putting himself in-front of the crowds, showcasing his DJ and producing skills.
Born in Australia and based in London, HAAi is heading to Ibiza to spin her high-octane techno to the masses. Inspired by a chance trip to Berghain, she started her DJ career and has since won over crowds at renowned events such as Sonar Festival and Glastonbury and has also been responsible for an incredibly memorable Boiler Room set.
As a 4 times DJ Award winner, Solomun certainly knows how to take a crowd with him on his own special journey. His 2015 Boiler Room set is the fastest growing Boiler Room video of all time, and has surpassed over 35 million views. He has graced the stages of festivals across the world including Tomorrowland, Ultra Europe, EXIT and Melt to name a few.
Representing the Italian underground scene, Sossa has been a resident at Circoloco since 2001 and continues to fill dance floors with house music lovers.
TSHA has been tipped as ‘one to watch’ by NME, MixMag, and DJ Mag in recent times and has played iconic clubs such as Printworks, Warehouse Project and other booths around the world.