Sunglasses at Night and G7 events are proud to present the Official Summer Launch Party at Café del Mar Malta.
The Sunday afternoon party kicks off at 3pm featuring special Guest DJs Gamper & Dadoni and the legendary Chicane (DJ Set)!
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Born in Chalfont St Giles, England… Nick Bracegirdle was very quickly acknowledged and applauded for supplying the chill-out soundtrack to the seminal and some say, greatest Ibiza period. Indeed, Armin van Buuren is on record as saying that Chicane started the Trance scene.
Offshore: and then Saltwater becoming the aural backdrop to the Ibiza of sunsets and sunrises; Offshore first coming into existence in 1996.
Nick has never wanted to stand still, it is always ongoing and, after five studio albums the quality and musical inquisitiveness are always present.
There are however, two sides to Chicane, the records and the live performance. Over the last fifteen years
the standard and excitement of the Chicane shows has grown and the live shows permeate the very essence of what Chicane is all about; people together sharing a unifying moment through music, no matter what age or culture they belong to.
He prefers to remain an enigma; preferring to stay up a mountain somewhere in Europe and make music, with the occasional appearance live in whatever figuration takes his fancy.
GAMPER & DADONI
The two young artists from Hamburg, Germany, started as a producer and DJ team in February 2013 and generated millions of views on their songs on Youtube & Soundcloud in an incredible short amount of time.
Their music can be described as a special mixture between deep house & usual house, paired with a passion of organic instruments like guitar, piano & saxophone. Famous DJs support Gamper & Dadoni’s tracks continuously, spreading their fanbase all around the world.
Their sets are mixed in a very individual way since they work with live sampling. They have an outstanding feeling for the crowd and respond to every single reaction they can read, transporting this directly into their music.