Get your groove on: 6 Sets to get into for every mood

Unity Live: Tale Of Us

If it’s an evening in or time to get your goove on “Tale Of Us” have you covered. Bringing you a 2 hour stream of electric house to calm the mind. The dynamic duo have also been very active during the lockdown period with having a range of live streams, all for the message of love, music and also raising money for those in need during the pandemic.

Michael Bibi Summer Sessions

Get that groove going! This is the perfect set for your summer parties. Need to get the party moving? We’ve got you covered. Michael Bibi is notoriously known for big summer sets if that’s in Ibiza, London, Malta Michael has done it. This hour set is just what we needed.

Anjunadeep Open Air

Sit back relax, close your eyes and let the music take control. Through this set taken in the hands of James Grant and Jody Wisternoff they gift us through music. Even to start the intro is everything, truly sets the bar high and they certainly don’t disappoint.

Jan Blomquist Mayan Warrior

Live at the Burning Man Festival, this set is ideal for those who are missing the festive fever. Using his vocals throughout the entire set, this is completely different to the rest. The entire vibe and atmosphere of this concept is utter beauty. Bringing all elements into the mix if that’s through the visuals or the dancers on the side. Along with the fact that they are in the middle of a desert… lets not forget that.

Gorgon City

Ahoy! Sink your ears into last years set of ‘Yacht Week’. Yacht Week is a 5 destination party cruiser. This huge festival brings together the best water party going. With its deep house and electric movements this set will make you want to buy a Yacht. So you better start saving or enjoy the float below.

Len Faki

We see his name we click, it’s that easy. This set was held at the Intrepid Sea & air, space Museum in New York. Using a vast sort of sounds and high bass to get your body pumping. Essential for the heart of music, great for parties and even for working. In conclusion we love it, so should you. Sometimes we wish there was a way to teleport into the crowd don’t you?

Written by Jack Faulkner