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IBIZA Q&A: MARTIN SOLVEIG

Martin Solveig is a DJ with a longstanding affinity with the island of Ibiza. Something of a national treasure in his homeland of France, Solveig is also an esteemed producer and a man who has clocked up an impressive number of crossover house anthems in his time.

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IBIZA Q&A: DOORLY

Yorkshire native Doorly has been a prominent member of the electronic music scene for some time now. An island regular thanks to his duties at Ibiza Rocks, he’s helped oversee a period where the party has gone from up-and-coming clubbing brand to a major player on the White Isle. 

IBIZA Q&A: HANNAH WANTS

Hannah Wants’ rise over the past few years has been nothing short of meteoric. Having cut her teeth on the infamously hard-to-crack San An circuit, the Birmingham native followed up her auspicious start with a string of competition wins which ultimately propelled her into the limelight. Hannah has hardly had a minute to look back since — so much so that she now has her own show on BBC Radio 1 and a burgeoning DJ career.

HEIDI SHARES HER THOUGHTS ON IBIZA

A one-time staffer behind the desk at Phonica, an esteemed selector and a celebrated radio presenter at BBC Radio 1, Heidi is the sort of woman whose electronic music CV stands up there with the very best. A native of Windsor, Ontario, she moved to London full-time in 2000 — and has barely had a minute to look back since.

THE HOT SEAT: CLAUDE VONSTROKE

What were your early thoughts on Ibiza?
During my first trip I played the totally wrong set at DC10 because I had no idea what the club even stood for. They found me on MySpace and asked me to play, and as their logo was a big clown head I figured I’d play all the crazy-sounding Dirtybird shit. I totally screwed it up and thought I would never be back again!”

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5 RECORDS THAT D'JULZ HAS IN HIS BAG

Ask any island veteran and they’ll practically all tell you the same thing: Ibiza was at its peak around the turn of the millennium. Whereas Manumission and Space tended to grab most of the headlines back then, over by the airport another new club was slowly beginning to make a name for itself.

MUSIC ON TURNS IT ON

Music On is back! One of the island’s most popular parties, Marco Carola will once again spin each week on the Amnesia terrace this season, backed up by regular sets from Joseph Capriati, Hector and Neverdogs.

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