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The Gypset Godess

By | August 3rd, 2017|Categories: Photography|

Photography by Jordi Cervera | @jordicerveraph & Lela Radulovic | @lelaradulovic Model: Lela Radulovic Hair & MakeUp: Luiz Mantei | hairmakeupibiza.net for La Biosthetique Drone shoots by Jorge Almansa | dronigy.com Location: Time and Space open air monumental work by Andrew Rogers, Ibiza. CRÉDITOS ESTILISMO Swimsuits by NINA RAJAK ATELIER, NOOKIE, MABI SWIMWEAR Shoes by GIUSEPPE [...]

Musical Mermaids

By | July 20th, 2017|Categories: Music|

These mythical, ethereal beauties are said to have inhabited the seas and cast their magical spell by wooing sailors with their sirenic songs. However, in Ibiza today, we meet three real life mesmerising mermaids who are not luring good sailors to a watery grave, but instead bewitching their audiences with their musical talents. A trio [...]

Rossko

By | July 19th, 2017|Categories: Music|

I used to play football for Ipswich Town when I was younger,” Rossko says. “Even then I was mad about music, always making CDs for the changing rooms on away days. When I got a bad injury – a horrendous tackle that tore my ankle ligaments – I didn’t know what to do. But I [...]

Jean Claude Ades

By | July 14th, 2017|Categories: Music|

BeCrazy! Records frontman Jean Claude Ades returns to Lío Ibiza this summer to curate and headline an exclusive 21-date run of weekly dance music parties. The deep house and tech star, renowned for his über elegant studio productions and emotive underground DJ sets, will also be performing at Scorpios, the open-air beach bar in Mykonos [...]

Miracle and surprise

By | July 13th, 2017|Categories: Tradition|

Perplexed, we discovered the materials of the original construction: earth and lime. It seems like a miracle that these walls could have managed to support the weight of the building for more than five centuries. It is one of the more surprising moments of the visit to the refurbishment works on the church in Jesús, [...]

Carl Cox

By | July 6th, 2017|Categories: Music|

Never before has an Ibiza season been prefaced by so many gripping news stories. The closure of Space. The opening of Hï. The sale of Pacha to Trilantic Capital. Defected’s daring move to San Antonio. Not to mention the relocation of techno godfather Carl Cox to Privilege, the biggest nightclub in the world. “This summer, [...]

Take Five June 2017

By | June 24th, 2017|Categories: Music, Take Five|

Gorillaz – "Humanz" (Parlophone/Warner) There's scarcely a Britpop survivor as restless as Damon Albarn. While former opponents such as Oasis' Liam Gallagher have relocated to swearing and leisure, Blur's front man changes projects like others change their guitar picks. In addition to solo albums, detours into ethno and the supergroup [...]

Doorly

By | May 31st, 2017|Categories: Music|

It’s been a busy winter for Doorly. When we caught up with the Huddersfield-born spinner in early April, he was in the middle of an extensive cross-continent world tour. “I’m only back in Ibiza for a few days,” Doorly smiles. “I’m here to do my washing and celebrate my girlfriend’s birthday. Then we go to [...]

Take Five May 2017

By | May 24th, 2017|Categories: Music, Take Five|

Jamiroquai – "Automaton" (Virgin) Someone like him should need no introduction. But Jay Kay had disappeared into oblivion for easily seven years, so at least a short reminder is due: From 1992 onwards, he worked very successfully with his band, Jamiroquai, on a post-modern funk and soul update.  The [...]

Mambo Brothers

By | May 22nd, 2017|Categories: Music|

Ten minutes before our interview with Mambo Brothers Christian and Alan Anadon is due to start, they receive an email from their airline confirming that their Miami Music Week baggage, which didn’t make it back to Ibiza, has officially been lost. It’s rotten news, but right now it’s impossible to dampen the mood around Hostal [...]