It was hot in Paradise on July 3rd for Jamie Jones’ opening party in DC10, going for a second run this year with his party series. Infinity Ink, Richy Ahmed, Tom Demac, and Four Tet were burning the dancefloor with a lot of sexiness, kicking the Paradise season off in style.
DC10’s garden was transformed into a comfortable lounge with soft pillows around making the perfect environment for the later hours of resting and hangouts.
To make the experience extra special both rooms of the club were open, but the DJs were only in the main room with the music from there broadcasted on the terrace speakers.
The decor was glass art, including some interesting sculptures showcased in the middle of the terrace floor and all the Paradise dancers looking hot in their glassy shirt tops.
Infinity Ink – made up of English Ali Love and Italian Luca C, who hold residency this season for Paradise – started the night off appropriately with melodic rhythm and vocals, including some of their well-known tracks in the performance.
Dedicated to a full night of dancing, people were arriving early and the club had already an established crowd by midnight providing a solid ground for Infinity Ink to hypnotize the eager ravers in addition to Ali Love’s sexy vocals on the mic. The party was heating up and boogies were going down.
Richie Ahmed – another addition to the Hot Natured family and also a resident of Paradise for the season at DC10 Ibiza – continued the musical journey with some spicy tunes. Ahmed redefined the night by mixing and taking cues from disco, house, techno and funk, which promised to be a recipe for serious musical amusement all around.
A pleasant surprise on the Paradise line-up was Four Tet, as well as Tom Demac’s live show.
Kieren Hebden aka Four Tet was a must see in the DC10 morning hours. The lad has been making a lot of noise around the globe as of lately and the rumors were proved correct. His abstract approach to sound and melodies was an adventure trip, incorporating elements from jazz, folk music, hip hop and some dub bass lines for a perfect finish.
Tom Demac had to be the highlight of the night with his mesmerizing live show. Truly concentrated on the performance, Demac took the crowd on a journey for an hour, turning knobs left and right combining effects and trippy sounds, creating a perfect atmosphere.
Jamie Jones took over the decks for the closing set next. No stranger to Ibiza, those island summers back in the day shaped his career. He controlled the still strong crowd with expertise and fuelled the floor with a second wind, dropping smashing tunes one after another.
Jamie knew how to seize the dancefloor with a smooth transition between techno and house with a lot of rhythm and strong bass lines, which was the perfect end to a night in Paradise.