"After more than a decade dedicating myself to music, I make the most important announcement I have ever made in my career, Suara takes over one of the most legendary clubs on the island ... It is a great pride and a very important responsibility to share club with Carl Cox (Tuesday) or with Afterlife (Thursday) and make Sundays at Privilege a meeting place for all fans of quality music. We promise eclectic and underground line ups, where both house and techno will have their place " Coyu.
The enthusiasm that 'The Big Cat' transmitted a few days ago when announcing the new season at Privilege Ibiza (every Sunday from June 4th to September 24th) was reflected last night on the decks thanks to Coyu himself, as well as Bastian Bux, and international artists such as Deetron and Nick Curly.
Sunday seemed like an autumn day in Ibiza. The storm that took over the island early in the evening made it look like people would opt for staying safely at home. But fortunately it was not so, and Sunday turned out to be an amazing night with a packed dance floor from early hours.
The first to set fire to the dance floor was Bastian Bux. The Catalan is one of the most emblematic artists and youngest of the Suara label. Just a few weeks ago, in New York and before the watchful eye of the whole world he showed how his warm up skills are a delight. His mixes and musical selection made for the perfect blanket for those who were still cold at first ... within minutes though the dance floor was beginning to heat up. And it stayed that way until the closing.
Taking over from Bastian Bux was none other than Nick Curly. An artist whose spectacular set proved that he knows what the island is all about and a club of Privilege´s dimensions. Experience, mastery and versatility that translate into bpms, fun and good vibes in one amazing room offering an unprecedented clubbing experience. Gracing the decks up next was Coyu. The alma mater of Suara started his session with the soundness that characterizes him, demonstrating why he and his brand have become reference points in the music industry. Class and forcefulness were both characteristics of his set, as he did last year during his performance before thousands of people on the main stage at Sónar.
The night was concluded by Deetron. Possibly the European artist who best interpreted the sound and soul of Detroit, Deetron offered a restless and fun set from start to finish. One where, as in the rest of the night, the invitation to dance prevailed with an authentic and quality sound.