Balearic Mystique returns home to The Sunset Ashram
Last Updated on Friday, 10 June 2011 11:30 Written by admin 10 June 2011 11:26
The summer season has started again, it’s 2011…and that can mean only one thing!
We’re back for another weekly musical sermon to the big orange light in the sky!!! At simply the best sunset in Ibiza.
On June 18th, Balearic Mystique returns to The Sunset Ashram, Cala Comte, this year taking place EVERY SATURDAY from 5pm.
After two years of breathtaking views and incredible music, 2011 promises to be the best season of Balearic Mystique yet. With more internationally renowned DJs and music lovers joining us to play the sun down.
This year you lucky people will be treated to the crisp sounds of our own HK AUDIO sound system!!!
With some surprises in store, and a few private after parties, we can guarantee our friends some unforgettable times, enjoying the island, it’s natural beauty and it’s music, the way it should be.
More details about guest schedules to come…but for now, make sure you’re down at the sunset Ashram on the 18th and all will become clear.
Here is a link to our group and event pages:
For revervations and info (during the summer it is neccessary to book in advance if you want to dine during the sunset):
Balearic Mystique begins Fridays at Can Guiri
Last Updated on Friday, 10 June 2011 11:05 Written by admin 10 June 2011 11:03
Balearic Mystique is proud to add another weekly sunset worship at the beautiful bar CAN GUIRI on San Antonio’s west facing beach, Calo des Moro.
Balearic Mystique regulars Easy Lee and Ian Kennedy provide the sounds, with the occasional special guest along for the ride.
This is a prelude event to our usual weekly slot at The Sunset Asram, Cala Comte, which this year wil take place every Saturday. So diaries out people, and prepare for another summer of sublime sounds…
BALEARIC MYSTIQUE ON FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS!!
Located at the north end of San Antonio’s sunset parade, under some arches, and facing the sun, Can Guiri is a place of relaxation, cocktail sipping, fine pizzas, pool and even internetting! It’s simply one of the best bars to have sprouted up on the island in recent years, and as with all great bars, there are also great people.
Here is a link to our group and event pages:
For more information about the bar, you can email:
Or alternatively visit their Facebook page:
And here’s a map to show you how to find it!
Last Updated on Sunday, 5 June 2011 04:41 Written by admin 5 June 2011 04:41
Occasionally in the music scene someone comes along who can captivate the imagination of every Thomas, Richard and Harold. Lexx, from Zurich, Switzerland is one of those people. His extensive discography tells the tale. We were proud to host Lexx on our home turf of The Sunset Ashram, Cala Comte, as part of Day 3 of the Folk Ibiza Festival 2010. After 2 days of full on partying, Lexx took the Balearic Mysitique crowd on a blissfull journey through jazz, folk, soul, disco and just about every genre you can imagine. He returns to Ibiza in September with the Folk crew to play at We Love…Space, and we can’t wait. You can hear Lexx’s sounds on his Soundcloud account, and news on FaceBook.Learn More
Alfredo Fiorito – DJ Alfredo
Last Updated on Sunday, 5 June 2011 03:35 Written by admin 5 June 2011 03:35
There are very few people who’s name is most strongly tied with the word Balearic. From the early 80′s Alfredo has been playing his style of varied Balearic sounds in clubs, including a legendary residency during the early days of world superclub Amnesia. Still playing regularly at Ibiza’s weekly music festival We Love…Space on Sunday, Alfie is far from hanging up his boots. As an island institution, and all round lovely man, we asked to join Balearic Mystique at The Blue Marlin Ibiza for the industry launch of Last Night a DJ Saved My Life, as well as flying over to London to play at the official launch party – the aptly named Acid House Effect. You can see photos of the event here, and you can keep posted with all Alfredo related news hereLearn More
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 April 2011 10:28 Written by admin 13 April 2011 10:28
What can you say about Rico Loop? Well firsty he certainly ain’t no DJ. Rico’s live performances have to be seen to be believed. He is a one-man music machine, using a pedal-operated loop station and anything else he can get his hands on - from a guitar, to a toy keyboard, and even a bottle of water - to create enlightening and engaging, rythm filled grooves, right off the cuff. Rico warmed up the gobsmacked crowd at The Blue Marlin Ibiza, supported by Israli hang-drum player Ariel, as part of Balearic Mystique’s contribution to the International Music Summit. Despite narrowly avioding an artists argument with an unnamed DJ legend, Rico left the stage with the love and amazement of all that were there.Learn More
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 April 2011 10:31 Written by admin 13 April 2011 10:08
Phil Mison is an unassuming goliath of Balearic music. In the early nineties Phil arrived to play in Ibiza as a music officionado masquerading as a milk man, and left as a DJ legend. One famous mix inspired future Pacha Magazine editor, and Richie Hawtin manager, Ben Turner to write a glowing ode to Phil’s brilliance behind the decks. At the time written Musik Mag, the sentiments contained in the article have undoubtably been felt by many a punter since. Phil currently produces under the name Cantoma, but has also been partner in sublime crime with Pete Herbert on the infamous Reverso 68 releases. Last June, during the International Music Summit and the Last Night a DJ Saved My Life launch weekend, Balearic Mystique were spoiled by adding Phil to two line-ups within a week! Despite challenging circumstances at the first gig, Phil expertly turned it round, and then treated the Light Bar gathering to 90 mins of one of the best mixes I’ve ever heard. Phil we salute you. Cantoma has recently released its second album “Out of town”, you can buy a piece here.Learn More
Ian Kennedy – Alpine Sun Mix
Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 April 2011 02:49 Written by admin 12 April 2011 02:39
After a month living out of a suitcase, you start to get quite creative with your clothing. That is if you’ve acutally had some time to sober up and think about what your putting on. The last trip I’ve just made to Austria, for the Snowbombing Festival 2011 – representing the charity Last Night a DJ Saved My Life – was sprung on me quite late. So somewhere I had to turn my luggage full of tee shirts, shorts and flip flops, into heavy duty snow-wear. I achieved the impossible and left London at 5 O’cLock on a grey Monday morning with enough thermal, padded, double layered socks as I could find…and what happened…yes you got it, it was f**king hot all week! Anyway, at least I managed to represent the other official charity partner at the festival – Comic Relief – with my custom made red nose.
Here’s a little mix I made up when I was there, inspired by the stunning alpine backdrop, the sun, drunken snowboarders and horse manure. Just like Ready Steady Cook, it’s amazing what you can make with the most random ingredients.