1. ROISIN MURPHY, LUCA C & BRIGANTE - INVISIONS
2. CHUCKIE - ABU DHABI JOINT
3. ROYKSOPP - SORDID AFFAIR (MACEO PLEX MIX)
4. STEVE LAWLER - HOUSE RECORD
5. GUTI - EL SOLITARIO (CARL CRAIG REMIX)
6. CARIBOU - YOUR LOVE WILL SET YOU FREE (C2S SET U FREE REMIX)
7. DAVID ZOWIE (CHRIS HUGHES) - HOUSE EVERY WEEKEND
8. DISCIPLES - THEY DON'T KNOW
9. BAKERMAT - TEACH ME (MK REMIX)
10. GANZFELD EFFECT - LOVE HOPE DOUBT
11. ZDS - WHAT DO YOU MEAN
12. SANDY RIVERA & HAZE - FREAK (FRANKY RIZARDO REMIX)
13. NORA EN PURE - URUGUAY (EDX'S DUBAI SKYLINE REMIX)
14. APHEX TWIN - WE ARE THE MUSIC MAKERS
Savannah Ibiza part of the Mambo Group has the only night club experience on the sunset strip!
The "Back Room," is a special place that up until now only opens for special events, a unique room that has an intimate 150 capacity with space for another 150 on the terrace and Savannah bar.
We are seeking promoters and events that have the concepts that can deliver the expectations of the parties of the past in the back room.
If you are a promoter with proven experience and want the opportunity to throw a party in a truly unique venue in Ibiza, please send an email to email@example.com with Back Room in the subject outlining your experience and plan!
What have you been doing now the summer is over?
I’ve been in the studio finishing off a bunch of tracks which I started throughout last summer. It’s very difficult to finish anything during the season with so much djing and parties going on but it’s also an inspiring time to get ideas down and later finish in the winter.
I just spent a month touring Brazil and California in December which was great. Brazil is an amazing country with a healthy scene and really positive people. I went to Warung and was blown away by the venue, definitely one of the best in the world. The highlight for me was probably playing at Sound Nightclub in Hollywood in LA… such a legendary spot!
I’m in Asia as we speak with gigs in Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bali and Seoul so a busy few weeks ahead. I spent about 5 years in HK from 2008 bringing over DJs from Europe and putting on events so it’s been great to see how the underground sound is taking off now.
Can you tell us a bit about your history at mambo? (when you first played, what you done in between time)
The first time I stepped foot in Mambo was back in 1998 when I was on a “lads holiday”. Pete Gooding was main resident at the time and we went there every night I think. I’ll always remember the stand out tune of that holiday ’Stardust - Music Sounds Better With You’ which he played 5 times each night. Great memories!
The first time I played Mambo was the following year in 99’ when Pete asked me to play for a few hours but it wasn’t until 2003 that I became one of the residents. I spent the next 3 summers pretty much living in Mambo and immersing myself in all forms and genres of music, discovering music which I’d never have been exposed to elsewhere so it was a valuable learning experience.
I decided to leave Ibiza end of the 2005 summer season to concentrate on my productions at that time. I was signed to the label Renaissance and toured quite a bit around Europe for them so I couldn’t play 7 nights a week at Mambo. In 2008 I relocated to Hong Kong where I dj’ed and booked artists such as Joris Voorn, Nina Kraviz, Nic Fanciulli, Aeroplane and Greg Wilson (to name a few) to the city and help push the scene there. After 5 years in the Far East I returned to Ibiza in 2013 when Mambo welcomed me back. I’ve done quite a bit of travelling in the last 10 years but I’ve realised what a special and unique place Mambo is and it’s been great to make a return!
You have played alongside some legendary DJ´s at mambo, who were your favourites?
Too many to mention! Frankie Knuckles was a pleasure to DJ alongside in 2004 when Def Mix played every Saturday, a true legend and pioneer! I also have found memories of when Deep Dish played the same season… Just proper house music and no smart phones. The crowd were really locked into the music and weren’t distracted by Facebook, Twitter etc but you just go with the times I guess.
What are you currently working on? (any releases you have that you want to promote)
I’ve a few e.ps coming out on Saved records and Kraftek which I’m excited about. There’s been strong feedback so far so looking forward to seeing those released before the summer. Selador have released Dimitri Nakov remixes of my track ‘Fade Into Noir’ with AYA on vocals.
What are your Ibiza predictions for the summer? (What DJ´s do you think will make it big this year in ibiza, changes at clubs etc)
Quality over quantity I hope. I think parties like Paradise at DC10 and Enter at Space, who have established themselves over the past few years, will go from strength to strength. I’d like to see more cool, small scale underground parties in random venues and beaches as to me that’s more interesting than a banging 2 hour club set in a dark room somewhere. It can be difficult with the law against outdoor parties but not impossible. Like every new season there will always be some surprises and changes but Ibiza has always had a place for the old and new.
What is your favourite cocktail?
Tell us about the first time you played at Cafe Mambo and what it meant?
The first time I played at Cafe Mambo was 6 years ago. It was in the afternoon which is a very laid back time to play. I still felt a huge weight of responsibility though considering the rich history that surrounds the venue. The music has to be right. It was a huge milestone in terms of my progression as a DJ to be offered the opportunity.
You have played alongside many legendary DJs at mambo, who would be your favorite and why?
The Fatboy Slim nights were great just because of the atmosphere, and that's what it's about on the strip. And he's a super nice guy.
If you weren´t a DJ, what would you do?
I couldn't say, but I would do it whole-heartedly. I have a degree in Logistics but when I got a taste for DJing and beat making I decided to give it everything and take the pros and cons on. You have to do this to be a success.
What was THE oldschool track that reminds you why you started this career?
Armand Van Helden and Duane Harden - 'You Don't Even Know Me'
If there was one DJ you could bring to Mambo in 2015 to play back to back with who would it be?
There are lots but I have to say that Caribou sounds like a great DJ for the venue at the moment. Very diverse with cool taste. The balearic style is historically eclectic and he seems to be that way inclined. I think he would be difficult to play back to back with as he keeps hopping genres!
What is your big track of the moment?
Nicole Moudaber's remix of Alcatraz 'Giv Me Luv' is really big and a fitting re-work.
What are your Ibiza 2015 predictions or rumours?
I hope we will continue to be a diverse and accepting community in Ibiza. I predict that the shift toward cool beach parties with reasonable entry and drinks prices will continue to gather strength. It's increasing competition and creating a better quality of party for everyone than ever before.
I also predict my label Proof Recordings is going to rock it this year as I have some top releases coming up!
I don't get involved with rumours as I deal only with reality!
What is your favorite drink at Cafe Mambo?
What set up do you use at mambo?
They have all you could want as a DJ. 4xCDJ2000 Nexus limited edition, 900 Nexus mixer or Allen and Heath if you prefer. Technics 1200's.
I aim to use the turntables more this summer as I have bought some great vinyl this winter. I'm well organised and at my best using USB's (previously CD's) though. I like to be changing tracks rapidly and offering the people as many great moments and nice surprises as possible when I play.
You have just recently signed with Circle Music and released your first tracks with them, can you tell us a bit about that?
The Circle release is my strongest work to date and it's great to be working with the German imprint that has featured artists like Steve Lawler and Martin Buttrich.
I played the tracks a lot towards the end of the summer and the title track 'Stars' works a treat.
Café Mambo Ibiza would like to inform the public that there is no official franchise, lawful nor endorsed by this company that is currently operating or will operate in the near future in Lima – Peru.
Café Mambo Ibiza has a long established international reputation as a result of the dedication, effort and good practice of our staff that endeavour to meet the highest standards and quality of service our consumers deserve.
We feel the obligation to publicly clarify that there is NO link between Café Mambo Ibiza and the advertised premises in our name in Punta Rocas, Peru. The aforementioned business is in the process of committing multiple offences with the sole intention of financial gain through the unlawful appropriation of our brand. These actions mislead both the Peruvian and international consumer through dishonest activities.
Therefore we strongly and publicly dissociate with the establishment in Punta Rocas and any negligent or improper use of our name, in this particular case, those responsible for opening, promotion and advertising the establishment of Punta Rocas.
Desde Café Mambo Ibiza se quiere advertir al consumidor que no existe franquicia oficial, lícita, ni respaldada por la dirección de esta empresa, que opere o vaya a operar en un futuro inmediato en Lima-Perú.
Café Mambo Ibiza goza de una reputación internacional consolidada fruto de la dedicación, esfuerzo y buen hacer de quienes lo conforman, personas honradas cuya inquietud principal es la de estar a la altura de sus clientes, cumpliendo con altos estándares de calidad en el servicio.
Por lo tanto nos vemos en la obligación de aclarar públicamente que NO existe ningún tipo de vinculación entre Café Mambo Ibiza y el establecimiento publicitado con nuestro nombre en Punta Rocas, en torno al cual se han estado sucediendo un conjunto de infracciones y acciones delictivas así como de mala práctica empresarial, entre ellas la apropiación indebida de nuestra marca, logo y reputación, con la finalidad de inducir a engaño al consumidor peruano e internacional y conseguir con ello un beneficio económico.
Es por esto que nos desvinculamos rotundamente de aquellos que ilícitamente y de mala fe hagan un uso negligente o inapropiado de nuestro nombre, en este caso en concreto, de los responsables de la apertura, promoción y publicidad del establecimiento de Punta Rocas.
Sin más, aprovechamos para desearles unas felices fiestas y animarles a que nos sigan en nuestra página web www.cafemamboibiza.com
Tonight the Mambo Brothers continue the at www.cielodubai.com in the Sky Lounge!
The Mambo Brothers had this to say about it
It looks like a fantastic venue, which you see here
On saturday October 11th we close our doors for the final time of the Ibiza 2014 season.
A big thanks to each and every person who made this season what it is!
To celebrate the season.
Winners will be announced on October 13th! 2 days after the closing!
Tonight (22.09.2014) we see Duke Dumont return for the final time of the summer 2014!
Big thanks to Duke Dumont, Sankeys and the Blase Boys event for making mondays so special this summer!
It's been packed all summer for both the pre-party here and at Sankeys Ibiza !
One final celebration let's do this in true Mambo Hierbas style!
On Tuesday 2nd September we will start to release the names of the DJ's who will be involved in our 3rd annual charity event.
Café Mambo is staging the 3rd Mambo In The Mix charity event in conjunction with its 20th Anniversary celebrations on Tuesday 9th September 2014. The legendary sunset destination and free party hub has once again joined forces with the Red Cross in Ibiza and Formentera to invite some of the world’s biggest electronic music DJ’s to offer their services for free for the charity event. Café Mambo has raised over 60,000 Euros in the last 2 years. Mambo In The Mix has created an opportunity for everyone to give something back to an island that has done so much for the electronic music world. The charity event, in aid of Ibiza and Formentera’s less fortunate communities, is a night where DJs, workers and tourists alike come together to give their time and money to help a great cause. Playing with the theme of mixing things up, last year’s hugely successful event saw some of the world’s biggest DJs take part in this great cause, working behind the bar and grill instead of the Mambo DJ booth for the evening, while the public volunteered to mix the beats, many of whom received coaching from the A-list names present, in exchange for a charitable donation. This year there will also be a raffle with many prizes (tickets are available for purchase online from the 21st of August) plus other fun and games. DJs in the past years have included Carl Cox, Armin Van Buuren, Paul Van Dyk, Eric Prydz, MK, Laidback Luke, Miss Kittin, Cristian Varela, Kevin Saunderson, Dimitri Vegas, Nervo, Danny Howard, Judge Jules, Roger Sanchez, Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler, Philippe Zdar from Cassius, M.A.N.D.Y. and Mark Fanciulli and this year’s line-up promises to be equally astounding. Café Mambo has raised over 60,000 Euros in the last 2 years. For 20 years, Café Mambo has been hailed as the place to party on the sunset strip in Sant Antoni, Ibiza. With an unrivalled reputation built via great guest DJs and the world famous sunset, where it is estimated the outdoor area has hosted as many as 23 million passers by during its tenure. Some of the star names who have graced the decks at this legendary venue include Fatboy Slim, Pete Tong, Swedish House Mafia, Solomun, Bob Sinclar, MK, David Guetta, Tiesto, Hardwell, Martin Garrix, Eric Prydz, Steve Aoki and many more. For those who are unable to make it to the White Isle for this spectacular event, you can donate through links posted through Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mamboibiza and Twitter account @mamboibiza. All proceeds from the party will go to local charities including the Red Cross of Ibiza and Formentera. Mambo In The Mix is at Cafe Mambo on Tuesday 9th September from 7pm– 11pm.