Music evoking Tel-Aviv in Akasha

This afternoon the Israeli Roy Rosenfeld takes the stage, tomorrow it's the turn of Chus and on Sunday the party 'NIDO'

The music invades again this weekend the Akasha nightclub in Las Dalias. Roy Rosenfeld, Chus and the ‘NIDO’ party will be in charge of giving rhythm to this weekend with a variety of musical styles.

This evening it’s the turn of Israeli Roy Rosenfeld who brings his sound from Tel-Aviv, source of inspiration for his deep sets. In his long list of releases, he is recognized for “TRYBESof”: some say it was the soundtrack of “Burning Man” and several dancefloors around the world. He will be accompanied by David Hohme.

Tomorrow the Spanish Chus will take the stage to enjoy his creative spirit and the enthusiasm that characterizes him. Also the artist of the label Get Physical Music, Djuma Soundsystem, who brings to the disco his hit ‘ Les Djinns’.

Also, on Sunday continues at Las Dalias and Akasha the new residency NIDO. A meeting space full of organic house and live music sounds that connect with the earth and enjoyment. For this weekend the line up will be integrated by the multicultural duo Paax Tulum who will do a live in the garden with the musician Devanagari and a dj set in the room of Akasha.