Move D, Chris Stussy, Chez Damier, Jeremy Underground, Archie Hamilton and more
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This summer, cult and cutting edge underground house label PIV is landing in Ibiza for its first ever residency. It will take place at the intimate Cova Santa up in the hills for four months from July, with label bossPrunk joined by the likes ofMove D, Chris Stussy, Chez Damier, Toman, Jaden Thompson, Jeremy Underground, Archie Hamilton, Sidney Charles and Janeret.
PIV is an Amsterdam based house music label that has spearheaded a new underground sound thanks to the work of founding father PRUNK. Its signature style is deep, spaced out and dynamic grooves and as such the label has a fast growing international community and is one of the world’s top selling underground music labels. With numerous residencies all over the world already under its belt, it was only a matter of time until the exciting crew arrived for their very first residency in Ibiza.
The Cova Santa location is a special one up in the Ibizan hills, surrounded by forest and in a natural cave carved out by water over many thousands of years. It has a lush outdoor and open air garden area and a stylish inside dance floor that will make for some perfectly personal musical experiences.
Says Prunk, “After five years of building the PIV community worldwide, it’s a feeling of overwhelming pride to have a residency at this magical venue in house music’s most important island.”
The party kicks off on 5th July then runs on 2nd August, 6th September and 4th October. Joining the main man Prunk will be some of the most revered and innovative house artists from all across the stylistic spectrum and all over the world. They include German party master Move D, new school star Chris Stussy, Chicago legend Chez Damier, fresh young selectors Toman and Jaden Thompson, the famously knowledgeable Jeremy Underground, tech house talents Archie Hamilton and Sidney Charles and French minimalist Janeret.
These four parties bring something truly fresh to Ibiza. Do not miss out.