The second Suara event in July at Privilege kicks off next Sunday with the likes of Ramiro López, Andrés Campo and Hidden Empire – and of course, Coyu, who just released "Serendib" with chart toppng tracks such as "Satara", which is currently performing very well on platforms such as Beatport and welcomed with high praise by magazines such as Faze Mag
Ramiro López, centerpiece of Suara´s success for the past few years, released "YEAH" with Coyu in late 2013, one of the big bombs of the label, as well as the EP "Chunky Catfish" and "Diggin Deeper", followed by high-quality work such as "That's Not Happening "(which ended up being remixed by Nicole Moudaber) and of course" Clap Your Hands ", again with Coyu and Drumcode, the renowned label of Adam Beyer, where he released this spring´s EP Pretending. There were also many launches for other labels such as Toolroom, Intec, Octopus or Terminal M. Or of course Odd, Ramiro's own project with Arjun Vagale.
Together with Ramiro López - and also doing a B2B – is none other than Andrés Campo, one of the most respected techno artists in Europe. Resident of a Dance Music Cathedral such as Florida 135, Andrés is one of those artists whose strength and groove will have you dancing all night long. That energy is what we want on the dancefloor at Privilege.
German duo Hidden Empire (Stil Vor Talent, Traum) debuted for the first time in Suara a few days ago. "Colors of Black" is the title of their first release that promises not to be the last. 'Technocats' that will for sure be very well received next Suday at Suara by clubbers ready to have fun and dance.