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Saga Presents Dj Kose alongside Bedouin at Heart Ibiza
25th August 2017 0 comments

Dj Koseh will accompany the duo Bedouin in the booth on August 27 at Saga

Saga, one of the strongest parties of Heart Ibiza this season, continues to surprise every week with its line ups. This time, Tamer Malki and Rami Abousabem (Bedouin) introduce a very special guest: DJ Koze, an artist with an overwhelming personality, capable of spreading their euphoria and vitality based on their great hits.

Stefan Kozalla, that’s what the veteran of the scene is actually called German musical, has remained for decades as one of the musicians more upright in the dance scene. The story of dj Koze is one told through of several subjects that make the public both dance and think. The artist cut, paste, remix, scratch, sing and add musical samples of all the times. The dance floor is your experiment and the audience is the army that follow your pace carefully. His skills on the decks, which come from his years as a hip-hop DJ, are shown in each of their sets, by merging techno with house to create beats that create the most psychedelic sound.

Under the creative direction of Bedouin and Heart Ibiza, Saga has Sundays in an appointment essential for the musically mature audience of the island. Tamer and Rami owe part of their success to both sharing a eclectic vision of music, which comes from different influences such as its heritage of the Middle East, its western education and its countless trips around the world. Those from Brooklyn have made Heart Ibiza their home, with a successful residence that undoubtedly manage to mark a before and after in the history of the Adrià brothers’ club and the founder of Circo del Sol, Guy Lalibertè.

&ME, Adam Port, Azamat, Damian Lazarus, Guy Gerber, Guy Laliberte, Jimi Jules, Lee Burridge, LUM, M.A.N.D.Y., Mira & Chris Schwarzwalder, Nico Stojan, Naked, Oceanvs Orientalis, Patrice Bäumel,Satori, Serge Devant, Stavroz, Timujin, Trinkk, Viken Arman, YokoO and Zikan Aldi, are some of the dj’s that have accompanied  Bedouin at the nights of Sundays at Saga.