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Afterlife announce move to Privilege club and Ibiza 2017 season line up


Following the closure of Space last year, Tale Of Us’s Afterlife move to San Rafael venue Privilege for a fourteen-week residency, every Thursday from June 29th till September 28th,  hosting a wide range of the most respected and exciting DJs and live acts around, and some emerging talents.

Building on the immense success of their first season, Afterlife’s concept remains largely unchanged, except for a new and improved production. Privilege’s spectacular Terrace Vista room will host Tale Of Us and a selection of Afterlife guests (as well as the iconic falling man logo) whilst the intimate Chamber is the new home for darker and more experimental sounds.

The program includes many of the favourites who have played Afterlife Ibiza in 2016 including Jamie Jones, KiNK, Maceo Plex, Daniel Avery, Dixon, Âme, Recondite, Mind Against, to live wizardry from the likes of Mathew Jonson and Stephan Bodzin, Nina Kraviz, Rødhåd and Antigone’s full-throttle techno.

The club is gearing up for a big Summer, with Carl Cox and Resistance both also announced as new residencies.

Full list of artists!

Âme / Daniel Avery / Dixon / Jamie Jones / KiNK / Konstantin / Maceo Plex / Mano Le Tough / Mathew Jonson / Mind Against / Nina Kraviz / Recondite / Rødhåd / Stephan Bodzin / Tale Of Us

Adriatique / Aether / Agents Of Time / Alex.Do / Amandra / Antigone / Ateq / Baikal / Barnt / Black Peters / Cassegrain / Cassegrain & Tin Man / Confidns / Darse / Denis Horvat / Distant Echoes / Etapp Kyle / Hunter/Game / Keith Carnal / Kettenkarussell / Locked Groove / Monoloc / Ovend / Patrice Bäumel / Per:sona / Ryan Elliott / Ryan James Ford / Sa Pa / SHDW & Obscure Shape / Somne / Tijana T / Tin Man / Trikk / Vaal / Voiski / Woo York

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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