Music On at Pacha Ibiza: Friday, September 29, 2023. Friday night in Ibiza and looking for the best place to be? Music On at Pacha should be at the top of your list. And from midnight on September 29, the dance floor of the oldest club on the island is sure to be filled with hard-core fans, kicking off their weekend in style. Marco Carola, the mastermind behind Music On, is set to take center stage once again. Over the years, Carola's style has evolved, weaving in more tech and vocal house, but one thing remains constant: his undeniable talent. When Carola hits the decks, you can bet that the dance floor will be a vibe. And yes, you can expect a strong presence from the loyal Italian brigade, who never miss an opportunity to support their techno don. Joining Carola is none other than Seth Troxler. Known for his eclectic style and charismatic presence, Troxler is sure to bring a unique flavor to the night. His sets are a journey, blending genres and eras seamlessly, ensuring that the dance floor remains packed and energized. Rounding out the lineup is Gordo aka Diamante Anthony Blackmon. He’s already made waves in the music industry as Carnage, but Gordo is a new house music alias from the artist, and he’s ready to showcase his passion at Pacha this Friday. So, what makes Music On at Pacha so special? It's not just the world-class DJs or the state-of-the-art sound system. It's the atmosphere, the energy, the feeling of being part of something bigger than yourself. It's dancing under those iconic red cherries, surrounded by people who share your passion for music. It's the moments that become memories, the hands-in-the-air euphoria, and the beats that resonate deep in your soul. Pacha, Ibiza's oldest club, has seen countless transformations since its inception in 1973. Yet, its essence remains unchanged. The club exudes that unmistakable Pacha charm, a blend of history and modernity. And, with recent upgrades to the dance floor and sound system, it's the perfect venue for an event series like Music On. A word to the wise: don't leave early. As any seasoned Music On attendee will tell you, the magic truly happens in the final hours. So, will you be there, dancing the night away, and making memories that will last a lifetime? The lineup Marco Carola, often dubbed the "Global Techno Ambassador," comes from Napoli, Italy, and has been a pivotal figure in the evolution of the electronic music scene since the early 90s. With over two decades of experience, Carola has not only established himself as a revered DJ and producer but also as a successful label head, spearheading multiple imprints and releasing critically acclaimed albums. Beyond his undeniable influence in the techno genre, Carola is known for his energetic three-deck mixing style, his dedication to the craft, and his ability to create unforgettable experiences for audiences worldwide. Seth Troxler, a Detroit native, is an iconic figure in the electronic music scene, known not only for his unparalleled DJing and production talents but also for his dynamic personality and outspoken nature. Rising to international acclaim after a debut gig at Berlin's Panorama Bar at just 19, Troxler has since become a cultural commentator, art curator, and entrepreneur, often intertwining his passions for music, food, and contemporary art. With projects like Lost Souls of Saturn that meld futuristic electronica with contemporary art and technology, and ventures into the culinary world with his London restaurant Smokey Tails, Troxler remains a multifaceted artist, constantly evolving and pushing boundaries. Diamanté Blackmon, formerly known as Carnage, has been a defining figure in the EDM, trap, and bass music scenes, bridging these genres with hip-hop through collaborations with renowned artists. After a decade of global success and chart-topping projects as Carnage, Blackmon has transitioned to his house and techno project, Gordo. This shift reflects his personal and artistic maturation, with Gordo representing a renewed focus and passion for a different realm of dance music, driven by Blackmon's continuous evolution as an artist and individual.