Rome is becoming more and more a culture club city, with the trendiest clubs such as Goa, Room 26, Brancaleone, Rising Love and Spazio Novecento, hosting some of the best international DJs.
Let’s start tonight. Three big events for dance and night life lovers on November 13. At Spazio Novecento Bob Sinclair, author of renowned “Love Generation”, the soundtrack of a famous TV adv, will keep the tunes spinning, playing his last album “Jamaica” and his single “Lala Song”. Berlin’s Panorama Bar resident Marcus Meinhardt gets down with his Nordic atmosphere at Rising Love with a perfect balance of house and electronic music. Always on Saturday 13, at Brancaleone, The Field Dj-set, aka Alex Wilner, will propose eclectic and sophisticated music from Sweden in his one and only Italian appearance.
Goa will also feature big names soon: Theo Parrish on November 18 and Paco Osuna on November 25. Anja Schneider, Locodice, Paul Ritch and Ricardo Villalobos from Chile with his peculiar minimal, electronic and tecno sound, will make your booty shake in December at Goa.
On November 21 Free Masons will get behind the decks of Room 26, while on November 26 DJ Magda and Marc Houle will be manning the ship. On November 27 Tony Humphries will rock hard all night long at Room 26, followed in mid-December by Kenny Dope Gonzales, of the “Masters at Work” band.
On November 27 Steve Lower will play at Spazio Novecento, while on December 11 it will be Felix Housecat DJ-set’s turn with his house/electroclash style. After Christmas crowd favourite Martin Solveig and David Guetta will be Spazio Novecento’s guests.
On December 7 you can shake it on Atlantico Live‘s dancefloor with Sven Vath, a tecno house pioneer and founder of Cocoon, the international event company.
Brancaleone’s program teems with great events in the next few weeks, too. Paris Dj-set Cassius and Matthew Dear will hit the dancefloor soon. Followed by Miss Kittin and the Danish Trentemoller, one of the most influential contemporary electronic world’s DJs.