Ibiza Rocks – 10 years of live music in Ibiza

July 22nd, 2015 1:19 am Posted by: admin in ibiza rocks | Comments (0)

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Tonight sees the 10th anniversary of my favourite thing here. If it wasn’t for Ibiza Rocks turning up I honestly doubt I would still be here after 17 years. I always enjoyed being introduced to people by Andy McKay as “this is Ade, he’s our biggest critic and biggest fan”.

It was such a breath of fresh air for me to finally get to see live music in a small venue – and in the open air… It was like a hot summer festival feeling but with only 400 odd people. Kasabian two nights running, Kaisers, CSS, Arctics, Mark Ronson – that summer 2007 changed my whole life here – every week I could go see a live band and it was normal gig hours and not waiting around in a club till 3am balking at the price of the beer…

Ibiza Rocks asked for our favourite gig of the past 10 years at the end of last summer – I can’t remember exactly what I said at that rushed moment but I know I couldn’t say just one but I know my favourite is the same. I can only go from 2007 onwards when they went fully weekly down at Bar M and I had to extend it to a top 3 but it only took a minute to know what they were and the order (though I could easily extend it to a top 20).

1. London Grammar, 7th August 2013 2. Ian Brown, 15th June 2010 3. Biffy Clyro, 24th July 2013
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Honorary mentions to Kasabian 17th July 2007,
Reverend & The Makers 27th August 2012

 

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Some of my favourite personal photos of the past 8 years – they aren’t my best ones, they are the ones I remember best about those gigs
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Ibiza Rocks Mondays

July 8th, 2015 10:24 am Posted by: admin in ibiza, ibiza rocks 2015 | Comments (0)

A new edition to Ibiza Rocks this year is “Ibiza Rocks Mondays”. Set in Ibiza Rocks Bar by the beach in San Antonio, this was the original home of “Live Music Under The Stars” at Bar M which hosted gigs by the likes of Kasabian, Arctic Monkys and the Kaiser Chiefs. These gigs will all be free.

Monday Rocks lineup
13/07 The Bulletproof Bomb
20/07 This Feeling presents Young Kato
27/07 Prides
03/08 Karen Harding
10/08 Harley Maxwell
17/08 Fickle Friends
14/09 Boxed In

Kicking off the inaugural Monday Rocks is hotly tipped London five-piece The Bulletproof Bomb – a band Rocks has supported from the start and helped to develop since playing Ibiza Rocks the Snow in 2013. More recently the band played Rocks’ new UK talent event ‘Fresh Out the Box’ in London and this summer they play Croatia Rocks Festival alongside The Vaccines and Clean Bandit. The Bulletproof Bomb are set to kick of Monday Rocks with a bang on 13th July before supporting Catfish & the Bottlemen at Ibiza Rocks on 15th July.

Next up and in collaboration with leading UK club night This Feeling, Monday Rocks will welcome synth-pop six-piece Young Kato to the Ibiza Rocks Bar on 20th July. Their much-hyped debut album ‘Don’t Wait ‘Til Tomorrow’ was released in April followed by an 18-date headline tour including a sold out show at The Garage, London. With fans including Fearne Cotton and Zane Lowe and an ever-growing fan base, Young Kato are making their mark and bringing synths together with sunshine vibes at the Ibiza Rocks Bar.

Fresh from a standout set on the John Peel stage at Glastonbury, Glasgow band Prides are riding high and ready to smash the festival circuit this summer. Since playing the Commonwealth Games closing ceremony to 7.5 million people on BBC1 last year, headlining the BBC Introducing Stage at Reading & Leeds Festival, embarking on their first headline tour and now about to release their highly anticipated debut album ‘The Way Back Up’ this Scottish trio are about to go stratospheric. This special gig is a big coup for Monday Rocks on 27th July.

Karen Harding may be a fresh face on the scene but has already scored a Top 10 single with

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her MNEK-produced ‘Say Something’ and her stunning vocals feature on Belgian house duo Arches new track ‘New Love’ which is set to be one of the standout soundtracks of summer. Karen Harding plays Monday Rocks on 3rd August before supporting Clean Bandit at Ibiza Rocks on 5th August.

Ibiza resident turned UK hip hop social media sensation Harley Maxwell takes the lead on 10th August to represent the new element of the UK hip hop scene with tracks from his ‘Summer Days’ EP, all written in and inspired by Ibiza. This will be a special, solo homecoming show before Harley supports hip hip icons De La Soul at Ibiza Rocks on 12th August.

Brighton five-piece Fickle Friends are one of the most blogged bands on the planet as well as being one of the most genuinely exciting new talents. They amassed over 750,000 Soundcloud plays from their debut single ‘SWIM’ last year, became HypeMachine’s 25th most blogged artist of 2014, received critical acclaim from Zane Lowe, Billboard & BBC Introducing and are a firm festival favourite. Currently on their first UK headline tour which included a sold out date at London’s Barfly, the band will take a special break to the Balearics for Monday Rocks on 17th August.

Closing the first summer of Monday Rocks is London quartet Boxed In who have received massive support from Radio 1 and 6 Music since releasing their self-titled debut album earlier this year. Between a summer full of UK and US shows and new track ‘Full Circle’ with Berlin based DJ and Producer George Fitzgerald blowing up, the time is now to catch these guys in an intimate venue at Monday Rocks on 14th September.


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Ibiza Rocks 2015 Opening Party, Years & Years and Blonde, June 17th 2015

June 19th, 2015 5:40 pm Posted by: admin in ibiza rocks, ibiza rocks 2015 | Comments (0)

This wednesday saw the opening gig of Ibiza Rocks, in what is its 10th birthday year, with Years & Years and Blonde on the line-up. I arrived at the venue at about 8.45 to find a massive queue extending up the hill outside the venue – a promising sight and a sign that it was going to be a busy night. Bristol duo Blonde were first to take to the stage, complete with full band and two singers, who did a sterling job at working the crowd, which was beginning to fill the space in the front of the stage.

ibizarocks170615-yearsandyearsBoth acts on the bill currently have singles in the top 30 of the Official Singles Chart in the UK and the crowd clearly knew and loved them, as the screams, dancing and arms waving in the air testified. They ended their set with a rendition of Corona’s ‘Rhythm of the Night’, which got everybody dancing and singing along and they left the stage on a high.

Headliners Years & Years won the ‘BBC Sound of 2015′ award, their last single, ‘King’ reached number one in the UK charts and their first album ‘Communion’ is being released next month, so they’re a hot ticket at the moment.

The trio from London complete with drummer came onstage just before 11pm, with much screaming from the crowd as singer Olly entered the stage. The screaming continued for much of their performance, especially when Olly took off his sweatshirt before the second song. They wowed the now packed venue with their synthy, poppy, dancey tunes and the crowd loved every minute of it.

There have been a few changes made to the venue for this year, with a new and larger VIP area to the right of the stage, which opens up more of the balcony area on the left, giving great views of the stage from above and creating an area where the press, friends and locals can congregate.

All in all it was a great start to the season and Ibiza is rocking again!

Words by ClaireB

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Back2Live showcase at Hard Rock Hotel, May 20th 2015

May 1st, 2015 2:02 pm Posted by: admin in ibiza, ims | Comments (0)

backtoliveWe love live music so when this popped up as part of the International Music Summit this year we could hardly not mention it.

After the Back2Live panel on Wednesday 20th May there will be a FREE  live showcase event, featuring a host of brand new talent, representing the spectrum of artists currently breaking ground on the live stage.

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IN ASSOCIATION WITH
GIBSON BRANDS
APRIL TOWERS // HARLEY MAXWELL // POWER DRESS // THE WOLF // THIS IS A RECORDING // UNER // ANDY BAXTER
WEDNESDAY 20TH MAY 2015
HARD ROCK HOTEL, IBIZA
20:00 – 00:00

IMS partner Danny Whittle had this to say about the showcase:

This year IMS want to embrace and showcase the live potential of electronic music. We all know there are super talented DJs in our scene but there are also super talented bands and artists. So for the first time ever IMS will be presenting along, with Gibson Guitars, a full live extravaganza on stage at the Hard Rock Hotel on Wednesday 20th May, following the BACK2LIVE panel on Wednesday afternoon where we will be discussing live music in general. Entry to this event will be free to everyone not just IMS delegates to come and enjoy these amazing artists.

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Rudimental, Spandau Ballet, Shura & Slaves added to Ibiza Rocks 2015

April 15th, 2015 9:01 am Posted by: admin in ibiza, ibiza rocks | Comments (0)

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Rudimental, Spandau Ballet, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Shura, Slaves,
Krept & Konan, Karen Harding & Sam Sure added.

catfish & the bottlemenNew bands announced include Rudimental, Catfish & The Bottlemen and Spandau Ballet who will return to play Ibiza for the first time since 1981 when they pioneered an electronic music revolution.  Supports come from  Shura, Slaves, Krept & Konan, Blonde, Karen Harding and Sam Sure.
Rudimental said:

We can’t wait to come back. Ibiza Rocks is a lovely story for us, we saw Dizzee Rascal at Ibiza Rocks when on holiday there and then a year later Feel The Love happened and we DJ’d with Disclosure and Zane Lowe and then played live last year which was one of the best nights of our summer. There’s such history there for us. It’s always such a good vibe and the idea to do a party in a hotel is just brilliant. As soon as we finish a gig at Ibiza Rocks, we just want to get in the crowd and party with everyone. We’re part of that culture so we want to rave as well. Ibiza Rocks, we love you. Rudimental are coming for you!!

Gary Kemp, Spandau Ballet said:

Back in 1981 Spandau were playing one off events at the hottest clubs across the world from New York to St Tropez to the Beat Route in London and The Ku Club had a reputation for being pretty outrageous, in fact the night before we played we went to the club and someone released a bull onto the dancefloor which ended up in the swimming pool. We took over some of our London friends, before us no British people went to these clubs and that was when the conversation between the two nightlife’s began and Ibiza club culture was born. We’re really looking forward to going back and playing Ibiza Rocks.

Shane Murray, Brand Director said:

The energy created by a live band playing under the stars in Ibiza is unique and to celebrate 10 years of Ibiza Rocks with some of the best acts in the world is truly special. The significance of Spandau Ballets 1981 gig at Ku probably hasn’t been recognised and we’re hugely proud to be bringing them back to the island for the first time in almost 35 years. They allowed for the meeting of two cultures, which is something we did with Rocks again almost 25 years later. We have mass appreciation for the greats and huge passion for new talent. We booked Rudimental for their first ever Ibiza show and have watched them soar. We’ve got the hottest guitar band of the moment in Catfish & the Bottlemen coming back as headliners. Then of course there’s the gig that everyone is already talking about, The Libertines. This summer will be a proud one. 10 Years of Rocks… it’s only just the beginning.

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OPENING PARTY WITH YEARS & YEARS | BLONDE

24/06 SIGMA (LIVE) | KREPT & KONAN
01/07 JUNGLE | SHURA
15/07 CATFISH & THE BOTTLEMEN
22/07 10TH BIRTHDAY PARTY WITH THE LIBERTINES
29/07 RUDIMENTAL | SAM SURE
05/08 CLEAN BANDIT \ KAREN HARDING
19/08 SPANDAU BALLET
02/09 FATBOY SLIM PRESENTS SMILE HIGH CLUB
16/09 CLOSING PARTY WITH THE COURTEENERS



Some of my favourite personal photos of the past 8 years – they aren’t my best ones, they are the ones I remember best about those gigs

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The Libertines to headline Ibiza Rocks 10th Birthday 2015

February 17th, 2015 11:01 am Posted by: admin in ibiza, ibiza rocks, live music | Comments (0)

ibiza rockspete doherty - ibiza rocks barSo the long awaited news is finally here – We’ve been proud to have been championing Ibiza Rocks from their start at Bar M back in 2007. It was a complete first to have live bands out in the open air and was such a breath of fresh air and something completely new. We’ve seen how Ibiza Rocks have developed from the little Music Box room at Privilege to consistently putting on THE best live gigs here in Ibiza.

Opening the start of the 14 week series of gigs will be BRIT nominees Years & Years on 17th June, drum ‘n’ bass duo Sigma on the 24th June and one of our current faves Jungle & Shura on 1st July.

The biggy though is The Libertines returning to play the headline 10th Birthday show on the 22nd July. Then follows returning Clean Bandit on the 5th August and party expert Fatboy Slim on the 2nd September and closing the season will be festi stalwarts The Courteeners on the 16th September.

Andy McKay, Founder & CEO, Ibiza Rocks Group

The ultimate defining moment of Rocks was when we discovered that our future lay outdoors and that was the night Babyshambles played Bar M. It was the moment we found our time slot before midnight and the moment we discovered the energy created by a live band playing under the stars. It all clicked. It was that realisation that changing the soundtrack changed absolutely everything. By doing something that radical we skewed the whole direction of the future of Ibiza. To be celebrating 10 years on with a headline show from The Libertines, a truly iconic rock band reunited, is going to be one hell of a seminal moment for Ibiza Rocks. Roll on the next 10 years.

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Ibiza Rocks is one of the greatest gigs there is. The strange and debauched energy of the place never fails to provide the perfect backdrop for bacchanalian reverie of the highest order. Everyone there is gonna be ‘mad for it’, I can’t wait. One of those nights actually worth the bastard hangover. Bring it.

Once again MTV will be documenting the series of gigs as their exclusive broadcast sponsor:

The network plans to broadcast a number of exclusive artist interviews, live performances and all the highlights from the 14-week long series from the Ibiza Rocks Hotel this summer hosted by Laura Whitmore.

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OPENING PARTY WITH YEARS & YEARS

24/06 SIGMA (LIVE)
01/07 JUNGLE | SHURA
22/07 10TH BIRTHDAY PARTY WITH THE LIBERTINES
05/08 CLEAN BANDIT
02/09 FATBOY SLIM
16/09 CLOSING PARTY WITH THE COURTEENERS

 


 

Some of my favourite personal photos of the past 8 years – they aren’t my best ones, they are the ones I remember best about those gigs. Click on images for larger lightbox versions.

 

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New Ibiza Bus iphone app update

November 16th, 2014 5:57 pm Posted by: admin in ibiza | Comments (0)

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Get the Ibiza Bus in the app store

We’ve been hard at work the past month or so updating the Ibiza Bus iphone app.

  • New bus stops added, slight route changes & new placement of stops in Ibiza Town
  • Updated timetables
  • Beaches map added
  • Ibiza Weather added
  • offline maps for the routes
  • bug fixes
  • general improvements

You can download app here from itunes:

Final testing of the android version is being done right now and will be available shortly

Ibiza Bus is your island guide to all the timetables, routes, stops, maps, disco bus & ferries. All of the information apart from the maps is available offline so you don’t need wifi or need to use data roaming.

It also features your nearest bus stops, nearest points of interest and takes into account fiesta days (holidays).

You can save your favourite routes for easy access.

The beaches section has details of every beach on the island (all 80 odd) and the nearest bus stop.

Specific route listings for the Airport, Hospital, Beach only routes and a search function.

The Disco Bus section also enables you to see which clubs are on which route, and details of each of the clubs.

A local weather page with todays weather, the 3 hourly forecast and a 5 day forecast.


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Ibiza Rocks 2015 wishlist

September 17th, 2014 5:26 pm Posted by: admin in ibiza rocks | Comments (0)

amazingradiologoibizarocks_bluehaim-rocks-wishAt the closing party of Ibiza Rocks the lovely Isabel who is the Ibiza Rocks house photographer goes round with a small whiteboard and asks everyone to write down their fave band of the season and also who they want to see next year. My last years wishlist for 2014 I chose Haim – and was rewarded with them headlining the opening party this year.

On the basis that there is no way I will be able to fit all my wishlist on a small whiteboard tonight, I’ve done my annual wishlist playlist of all the bands I’ve heard this year that I’d love to see live next year at Ibiza Rocks.

As an aside, every single support band this year and most of last year have been played first on my fave radio station amazingradio.

(Click play on any track and the rest play automatically after – and they are in no particular order – apart from the first 4…)


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Amazing Radio vs Ibiza Rocks

September 15th, 2014 6:57 pm Posted by: admin in ibiza rocks | Comments (0)

amazingradiologoibizarocks_blueWith the closing party of Ibiza Rocks 2014 on Wednesday and the nifty wordpress plugin that my mate at amazingradio & amazingtunes has just built here’s a playlist of all the Amazing Radio bands that have played Ibiza Rocks this year and over the past few years.

(Click play on any track and the rest play automatically after)


All the music on Amazing Radio comes from amazingtunes.com, the ethical website where artists get 100% of the download revenues. Since 2006 we’ve been gathering fresh music from new and emerging artists. There’s now more than 100,000 songs, all of them new, all of them from new and emerging bands.

 

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Kaiser Chiefs and Peace, Ibiza Rocks, September 3rd 2014

September 5th, 2014 1:06 pm Posted by: admin in ibiza rocks | Comments (0)

This week saw the triumphant return of The Kaiser Chiefs to the island, their 4th time of playing at Ibiza Rocks. Their last gig in 2012 was the performance of the year for me, so I had high expectations of this gig and what would be the third time I had seen them live.

ibizarocks030914-peaceSupport was from 4-piece Worcester band Peace. Playing songs from their first album ‘In Love’ released in 2013 and new songs from their second album due out soon, they got a great reaction from the crowd as the venue filled up. There was not much showmanship on offer but they made up for this in their delivery of their music. Their indie pop/rock songs veered between the layered soaring guitar on ‘Money’ to the more poppy tunes like ‘Lovesick’, the jangly guitar and funky bass on last song ‘Bloodshake’, which was a great end to the set. As they walked off the stage they chucked over the mic stands and left us with feedback – always a good exit in my book. I liked them and I liked their catchy, poppy, dancey tunes.

With five albums under their belt now, Kaiser Chiefs have a vast repertoire of material to draw from, and a number of anthemic, sing-a-long crowd-pleasers, but they also have a new album ‘Education, Education, Education and War’ to air. However, they expertly mixed in tracks from their latest album with the old favourites that the crowd inevitably wanted to hear. They kicked off with ‘Every Day I Love You Less and Less’, followed by ‘Everything is Average Nowadays’, and it wasn’t long before singer Ricky Wilson left the stage and leered over the crowd from the top of the barrier.

Back on the stage he jumped around, singing from on top of a drum at the back and on top of a monitor at the front, confirming that their performance so far was anything but average. Sneaking in ‘Ruffians on Parade’ from their latest album they then went back to crowd-pleasing classics ‘Never Miss a Beat’ and ‘Na, Na, Na, Na, Naa’, one of the easiest tracks to sing along too. Ricky finally took his jacket off (it was a hot night) to screams from the girls down at the front, as they went into another couple of tracks from the latest album ‘Meanwhile Up in Heaven’ and last single ‘Coming Home’.

ibizarocks030914-kaiserchiefsBy now there were a couple of blow-up guitars being passed around in the crowd and arms were being waved in the air in time to the music. Ricky was on fine form, jumping around the stage whilst belting out the songs, and entertaining the crowd with banter in between. Single ‘This is the Modern Way’ gave way to the next single from the new album to be released at the end of the month, ‘My Life’, which sees Andrew the guitarist and Simon the bassist grooving away on the stage behind Ricky, clearly enjoying themselves.

Then they up the pace for their only number one single ‘Ruby’, which sees everyone singing the chorus and putting their arms up in the air, and when the opening bars of ‘I Predict a Riot’ ring out around the venue everybody goes crazy and there’s a barrage of energy coming simultaneously from the stage and the crowd as everybody jumps up and down and sings along in the chorus. ‘The Angry Mob’ sees Ricky leaving the stage again and orchestrating the crowd around him to sit down, telling them to stop recording everything on their phones and enjoy the moment (see the link to the video at the end of the article). It was an excellent display of crowd control, and with that, they left the stage.

But it wasn’t long before they were back for an encore, launching into new song ‘Misery Company’, and Ricky demonstrating the command he has over the audience by engaging them in his own version of ‘Simon says’, where he raises his arms in the air and everyone copies him. It’s both powerful and humorous and the song ends with Ricky lying on the floor with his feet resting on a monitor. When vertical again, he announces “we were sent here to entertain you, it’s our only purpose in life – if we felt we disappointed you we would end it tomorrow”.

There was no doubt that we were anything other than entertained, as the gig reached another crescendo with ‘Oh My God’ which had the crowd shouting back the lyrics to the chorus and jumping up and down with their arms in the air, me included. Ricky held the microphone stand over the crowd to pick up their chants, and raised the decibel levels in the venue a few notches. A perfect climax to the set.

Kaiser Chiefs are a great live act. They’re a tight band and their catchy pop/rock songs are great to sing along to and frontman Ricky always puts on a good show. You never know quite what he’s going to do, but you know he’s going to do something and he’s highly likely to leave the stage at some point during the show. The set is delivered with humour and they all look like they’re having the time of their lives. Above all, Kaiser Chiefs’ gigs are fun, and this one was no exception.

Kaiser Chiefs played:
Every Day I Love You Less and Less
Everything is Average Nowadays
Ruffians on Parade
Never Miss a Beat
Na, Na, Na, Na, Naa
Meanwhile Up in Heaven
Coming Home
This is the Modern Way
My Life
Ruby
I Predict a Riot
The Angry Mob

Encore:
Misery Company
Oh My God

Videos:
Peace ‘Lovesick':

Kaiser Chiefs ‘Angry Mob':

Kaiser Chiefs ‘Ruby':

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