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Week 22 / 2022


1. Dom Dolla - Strangers (with Mansionair) (Tinlicker Remix)

  1. Vintage Culture & Goodboys - This Feeling

  2. Whoriskey & Summer Moreland - Fire in Me

  3. CamelPhat, Jem Cooke – Silenced

  4. Spada - Take Me There

  5. Sonny Fodera & Biscits - About You

  6. Disfreq - Essa Mina

  7. Jordan Gill - Red Line

  8. ARTBAT, Dino Lenny - Our Space (Edit)

  9. Cat Dealers & Guz Zanotto feat. Moore - Save Me Now

  10. Grum feat. Sealine – Disconnected

  11. SNBRN & FREAK ON - I Don't Think U D

  12. David Guetta & Sia - Let's Love (Vintage Culture, Fancy Inc remix)

  13. BURNS - Talamanca (Carl Cox Remix)

  14. Robin Schulz & David Guetta - On Repeat

  15. LOVRA, Kevin McKay - Let's Freak

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Press text:

This week we welcome Brazilian DJ and producer Lukas Ruiz aka Vintage Culture to the Ibiza World Club Tour radio show. Vintage Culture only feels truly alive when he speaks to people through his music. “When I play my own tracks and people smile at me, that’s life,” says the Brazilian. And so far his life has been an endless adventure. What started as tinkering in a bedroom in a tiny Brazilian town in the middle of nowhere in 2008 has now taken him to playing to a packed house of 25,000 at his SÓ TRACK BOA FESTIVAL. He has also toured the United States, graced the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine, made the Forbes 30 Under 30 list and has been certified multi-platinum with more than 1.5 billion online streams worldwide. For Lukas Ruiz, Vintage Culture is a 24-hour responsibility. A passion project that aims to unite people through music. He’s someone who constantly chews on traditional genre boundaries by making music that works both in the club and at home. Inspired by the work of groundbreaking artists like Pink Floyd, Pet Shop Boys and Kraftwerk, Vintage Culture produces soundtracks to people’s lives. Music with emotion, narrative and melodic hooks and infectious grooves. He has not let up during the pandemic. He released It Is What It Is, featuring Elise LeGrow’s stunning voice, beautiful piano chords and an effortless baseline, as well as Coffee with Tiësto, Party On My Own with compatriot Alok, and Volume 4 of his own Vintage Culture & Friends compilation and his single “Cali Dreams” featuring Fancy Inc. feat. The Beach also developed into a huge hit in a very short time. There are also impressive remixes for artists such as Meduza, Moby, Burns, Claptone, Tiësto and David Guetta as well as collaborations with Maxi Jazz by Faithless, James Hype, Roland Clark, Adam K., Goodboys and Bob Moses to name just a few. As a DJ, Vintage Culture has the ability to connect with every single dancer, whether they’re playing to hundreds in a club or thousands on the main stage of a festival. As a DJ, Vintage Culture has the ability to connect with every single dancer, whether they’re playing to hundreds in a club or thousands on the main stage of a festival. He prefers to play long sets so he can really dig deep in his repertoire for the right sound for the moment, he loves sunsets or sunset sets so he can create that very special vibe on the dance floor. Goosebump moments with real musical magic. “I’m a vibe connector,” he says with a smile. Though the difficult pandemic years have seen canceled performances at Coachella, EDC Vegas, Lollapalooza, Tomorrowland, Creamfields, Ushuaia Ibiza, Pacha Ibiza and Parookaville, Ruiz has spent the time raising $100,000 for a COVID-19 relief fund in Brazil . Now most of these performances will be rescheduled, so we are all the more pleased about his guest mix for the Ibiza World Club Tour radio show.

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