Last night in Madrid, Afrojack played the second show of his European summer tour in front of thousands of screaming Spaniards as part of the Rock In Rio Music Festival. The festival although not electronic focused had plenty of high end talent to satisfy any dance music fan’s musical cravings. Just like his appearances in Toronto last weekend, Afrojack’s set contained countless unknown records presumed to be his that have fans world-wide anxious for their releases.
Leave it to Erick Morillo and his Subliminal Sessions to bring sensational vocals and Ibiza inspired house anthems to the Spanish capital. The set includes many solid mashups from the Colombian-American as well as big room sounds that brought endless energy to the partiers in Madrid.
A little bit of a different sound came from dance music legend and BBC Radio 1 host Pete Tong, who took Madrid underground with a deep house music set. As always, his superb taste in music translated to a true house music set that served as a lead in to Erick Morillo’s set.
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