Sep 11, 2023
4 min read
Pyramid at Amnesia Ibiza: Sunday's gem is back on September 17.
If you haven’t already experienced a Sunday night at Amnesia Ibiza, isn’t it about time that you ended your weekend at one of Ibiza’s most iconic superclubs?
Riding the waves of success from previous seasons, Pyramid continues its Sunday reign, embodying the authentic Ibiza spirit. It’s all about the raw, real moments on the dance floor. Losing yourself in the music, dancing like no one is watching, and feeding off the energy of others around you. That’s Pyramid at Amnesia Ibiza.
Doors open at 11pm, and the lineup for this week is an absolute corker.
This season, Pyramid has grown stronger and stronger, week after week. It's more than just an event; it's a movement. A collective. A community that cherishes diversity, unity, and, most importantly, a deep-rooted passion for electronic music.
Will you be among the fortunate, swaying under the spell of these maestros on September 17?
Raresh, hailing from Bacau, Romania, has solidified his position as a fundamental pillar in the global electronic music scene. Revered for his captivating flair behind the decks, he co-founded the iconic [a:rpia:r] label with Rhadoo and Pedro, consistently delivering mesmerizing DJ sets while maintaining a uniquely subtle and dubby house sound.
Though born in Chile, Ricardo Villalobos grew up in Germany and pulls his inspiration from bands such as Depeche Mode and artists such as Baby Ford, Daniel Bell, and Andrew Weatherall. He started his own record label in 1993 and released music on the German Playhouse label.
DJs O.BEE from Istanbul and Tomas Station from Colombia will be playing together on the September 17 edition of Pyramid, bringing their unique sounds to the White Isle. They are the founders of Can You Jig It? and regulars at Circoloco at DC-10 Ibiza.
Jonny Rock, a pivotal figure in London's electronic underground for nearly twenty years, has collaborated with eminent artists like DJ Fett Burger and Luke Solomon and has held esteemed residencies at iconic venues such as The End and Phonica.
Additionally, he has been instrumental in promoting Middle Eastern music, elevating producers like Mehmet Aslan and introducing the captivating sounds of the 1970s band Arsivplak to a broader audience.
Héctor Oaks, a linchpin in Europe's underground techno scene, began his journey in Madrid and later catapulted to prominence in Berlin, renowned for his distinct techno blends that draw from rave culture's rich history.
As a vinyl-only DJ with a keen ear for curated mixes, Oaks not only headlines global stages like Berlin's Tresor and Tbilisi's Bassiani Club but also champions his own label, OAKS, releasing tracks designed with the dancefloor in mind and showcasing artists that mirror his raw and immersive style.
Nina Kraviz wouldn’t be gracing us with her presence if she’d chosen to follow her first career choice of dentistry. Lucky for us, we’ll be able to watch this techno powerhouse captivate the floor in only the way she can. She runs and has releases on the трип and Galaxiid record labels.