As one of Madrid’s most in demand party organizers and DJs, Calabasa is known to deliver heaters to the dancefloor. Also fully immersed in production abilities, the Spanish producer is known for his sweeping melodic tracks.
Dabbling among a variety of genres, Calabasa extends his intuition into territories of minimal house and disco. His formative years as a DJ has led him to play alongside a number of noteworthy acts like Lil Louis, Maceo Plex, and East End Dubs. Known around the city for his electrifying parties (respectively known as Flava and Under) each atmosphere functions as an experimental playing field for the artist.
Flava brings his signature fun and infectious disco side, while at Under he opts for deep and club-oriented sounds. Often armed with a variety of synthesizers and launchpads, Calabasa thrives in bringing unforgettable sets to audience members.
His latest funk savvy track, “Catching Wesley” transports us back to those memorable moments of heightened energy in the club. Loaded with a delicious dose of trumpets, Calabasa demonstrates his musicality for showcasing some brilliant brass work. The track then dips into lustrous bass grooves, bringing glorious funk to the forefront of the song. Inspired by a minimal approach and shaped by his deep appreciation for jazz and blues, the refreshing “Catching Wesley” has the makings of a club hit. Released on powerhouse label Robsoul Recordings, spearheaded by House icon Phil Weeks, 2020 looks to be a promising year for Calabasa.
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