Review: Circoloco at DC10 Ibiza partysan-ibiza 2011/08/10 Clublife 2 Comments Living up to their reputation as the most underground and controversial party on the island, Circoloco prove once again that they are a step ahead of the game. Deep house is the underground sound of Ibiza this summer and it is no coincidence that Circoloco’s line-ups reflect this. Even more impressively, they manage to stick to their house and techno roots, striking the perfect across balance across their two atmospheric dance floors. Rising star Maceo Plex kicked things off in the main room with his bass heavy deep house sound that’s winning him support from some serious a-list DJs. His dark, dramatic drops brought an emphatic reaction from the crowd, eager to hear the forward-thinking beats that are changing the sound of the island. Meanwhile the terrace, still basked in daylight, was grooving to Circoloco heroine Tania Vulcano. Rolling out tech-house through Dc10’s pumping soundsystem, she provided the perfect warm-up for a rare Ibiza set from Chicago house legend Derrick Carter. Playing a combination of fresh house beats and old school classics, Circoloco’s electric atmosphere could be heard as almost every drop was loudly cheered. The main room was treated to another house superstar, DJ Sneak. Bringing the room to life with a combination of timeless disco samples and deep grooves, Sneak demonstrated that his finger is still firmly on the pulse. Finishing things off in the terrace were two former up-and-comers who have now cemented their status as leading lights in dance music. Jamie Jones and Seth Troxler both played incredibly deep and hypnotic sets, Jamie Jones even managed to inspire the whole terrace to sit down during a breakdown and jump up in unison on the drop, capturing the spirit of Circoloco and Dc10 in one glorious moment. Circoloco is pulling out all the stops with their line-ups this year and they’ve proven they can lead the way as they move with the times. The crazy circus rolls on. by Dave Morris Share & Like @Press This 2 Responses System of Survival’s ‘Needle and Thread’ > PARTYSAN International. 2012/09/04 [...] in the world of electronic music and long time DC10 residents, Alex and Bingo aka System of Survival, have put all their sweat, tears, and laughter in [...] Reply Andrew Grant’s new release on My Favorite Robot > PARTYSAN International. 2012/08/28 [...] the pair have achieved much in dance music circles - Andrew is a resident for Circoloco with releases on labels such Plastic City, Connect Four and Barraca. The ‘Has To Be Love EP’ is [...] Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.