COLAF FESTIVAL, 12 to 14/10

COLAF FESTIVAL, 12 to 14/10

12.oct.18

Collective serotonin, here and now

 

Here it comes the 1st edition in Mallorca of the Colaf Festival (Celebration of life & friends), a tribute to friendship and life, through soul music in all its forms. A "carpe diem" sound, led by Rainer Trüby and Atjazz, who for 3 consecutive days, in Garito and malauva, will bring us great djs from the international scene, gathered by our local heroes.

 

F12. Nick Blow, Emilie Nana,Kyodai,Rainer Trüby:

Tonight the guys in charge of opening the festival are, a part from great friends outside the booth, a real masters in the art of celebrating life through music:

Nick Blow, one of the key names behind the organization of the festival, comes loaded with the best deep afro soulful house, with the firm intention that nobody remains seated.

From the prestigious Compost Records label, we will have Emilie Nana, a brilliant French artist and a veteran in the music production, and Rainer Trüby, an old pal of Garito who can boast of being one of the pioneers of the Colaf Festival since its origins , back in 2004, and who always give us sound happiness non stop.

As the local icing on this special cake, we will have the Kyodai, our invincible samurais of the most alternative and evolving electronic deep house.

 

S13. DJ Fiddla,Gran Reserva,Martin Atjazz,Kiko Navarro, Didier Stijn:

Tonight with a luxury quintet that will blow up the Garito booth with its groove of good soul vibes:

Dj Fiddla, is an artist in capital letters of the Afro Deep House, with strong influences of Motown, funk, disco and soul, and founder of the label Moving Deep Music.

Nacho Velasco, aka Gran Reserva, one of the hosts of honor of such a meeting between friends and soul lovers, has prepared one of those funky house soul sets of his, that will make Can Barbarà tremble.

Martin Atjazz, renowned producer and DJ of the UK independent music scene, and one of the most innovative and prolific minds on the current scene.

Didier Stijn, a regular at the Southport Weekender (the birthplace of Colaf Fest), had already known from his childhood that his future was in a cabin dj, behind the decks and giving sound happiness to lovers of good music.

Kiko Navarro, one of our most restless and international residents, completes the line up of tonight in what promises to be a celebration of music, with soul in all its forms, friendship and life ... let's live , let's dance!

 

 

 

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