Aug 24, 2023
3 min read
Start September in the best way possible. Defected at Eden Ibiza.
"It's all about house."
We've heard it, we've danced to it, and we've lived it.
Ever wondered why, after 22 years, Defected still holds an unwavering reputation on the White Isle?
Well, it's nights like these that have the answers. This week’s lineup is nothing short of spectacular, highlighting a mix of seasoned maestros and electrifying fresh talents that encompass the rich tapestry of house music.
From old-school house enthusiasts to the new generation of Ibiza ravers, this event is curated to be a melting pot of musical fun.
Beyond the beats and rhythms, what truly sets Defected apart is the incomparable atmosphere. It's not just about music; it's about a shared experience, a collective vibe, and an evening where everyone, regardless of where they come from, moves to the same rhythm.
The price tag? Well, in line with Defected's ethos, it remains one of the most affordable tickets on the island. The real value, though, lies in the memories you'll make, the beats you'll move to, and the community you'll become a part of.
In the heart of San Antonio, Eden awaits.
The exclusive ‘Incubus Gold by Void’ sound system is primed, the dance floor is ready and waiting, and an evening of house music mastery beckons.
Defected at Eden on September 1: where history meets the future, and house music reigns supreme. Don't miss it.
British DJ and producer Waze, half of the renowned duo Waze & Odyssey, boasts over two decades of experience, gracing global stages like Panorama Bar and Glastonbury and achieving top hits in the Official UK Top 10.
Apart from celebrating massive success with Waze & Odyssey and nurturing rising talents, Waze's solo track “Games” highlights his enduring influence in the contemporary house music scene.
London-based DJ, producer and owner of Snatch! Records Riva Starr has graced the stages of the biggest festivals in the world, from Glastonbury to Fuji Rock, and can turn it out on any dance floor across the globe.
Low Steppa, a paramount figure in house music, skyrocketed to prominence with his explosive bootleg of Route 94’s “My Love,” amassing 2.2 million plays on Soundcloud and leading to celebrated productions like his remix of Sonny Fodera's “Always Gonna Be.”
Beyond his significant contributions in production, his esteemed label Simma Black consistently dominates music charts, while his performances, notably with Defected Records at their global parties, solidify his esteemed place in the music scene.
Shermanology is a duo of Dutch EDM artists from Curaçao who will be showcasing their unique blend of soul-infused tech house, jazz, and funk at Defected on September 1. Their debut single “Boyz N Da Club,” was dubbed ‘Hottest Record in the World’ by Annie Mac on BBC Radio One.
London-based Alex Mills, originally from Leeds, has established herself as a premier electronic music vocalist, collaborating with titans like Basement Jaxx, Hot Since 82, and earning the title of ‘producer’s choice’ by Mixmag.
She’s graced the stage at many festivals including South Central, Night Tales and Love Juice to name a few.