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REVIEW: CARNIVAL By Johnny Lee

31 August 2012
  • Ibiza
  • Features
REVIEW: CARNIVAL

This season, Carnival at Sankeys has been one of the success stories of the season. Not everything has worked at Ibiza’s number-one tech club, but the banging nights have more than outnumbered those that have whimpered out.

The core reason for success of the infant Playa d’en Bossa venue is that most British clubbers feel completely at home at Sankeys. The low ceilings and the dark, shadowy Basement room exude a definite homeland vibe, while the Saturday night Carnival line-ups are etched with bona-fide underground performers.

Last Saturday, for instance, Pirupa, DJ Sneak, and Marc Kinchen were just a few of the names lodged on the Carnival roster. Sneak stormed the Basement room at 3am, serving up a chugging mix of jacking house beats, before passing the sonic baton to Marc Kinchen, the kingpin of the modern dance remix.

Initially, MK slowed things down, causing the crowd to regulate their strut. But before long the audience caught on to what MK was trying to say, and the strutting began all over again, but this time to a burning, garage inspired groove, thickly laced with beautifully arranged vocal samples and warm glitches.

TAGS: CARNIVAL / DJ SNEAK / IBIZA / MARC KINCHEN / PIRUPA / SANKEYS

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