Much has been said about this event lately, but the fact remains that it’s still the biggest party in town. This Saturday they have their last event of the year–and we’re doing a LOVE CALL anniversary set in honor of our three years of great times.
Seville definitely deserves a daytime party where parents can easily and comfortably take their kids to hear quality dance music. Electronic Lunch can fulfill that promise–and I’d like to think that Sam and I are jut the sort of DJs to make it happen. There are also activities for the youngins to take part in. So come on down the the Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo nice and early for a dose of that feel-good music Love Call is known for. We’re on from 14:00-16:00. Expect the usual warm, all-vinyl mix of disco, boogie, house, soul, afrobeat, Brazilian, and whatever else we want to throw into the stew.
My first attempt at a club night here in Spain, Music People, is coming back to life this weekend. I have a lot of good memories attached to the name and party, which served as a sort of dry run for Love Call and put me in touch with a lot of like-minded souls from here in Seville and from elsewhere.
Anyway, this Saturday funky Nassau and I, alongside long-time friend Crocconuts (formerly Boiler Boy), who is one of the folks behind the Barrioteca parties, will be up to some real superhero shit in the DJ booth. Stop by and say “hi.”
There’s a 6-euro cover charge, but you can get in for free by signing up for the guestlist here. If you like to drink, though, it’s not really a big deal–cause if you pay you get a drink or two beers (a 6-euro value).
This week’s LOVE CALL guest Helena Guedes show’s her impeccable tastes in dance music in this exclusive guest mix for love call. It’s full the brim with classy dancefloor music spanning many genres. We can’t wait to hear more this Friday night at LOVE CALL–and we suspect you’ll feel the same.