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Sonar in Live Spain Events DJ-Sets DVD Compilation (1998 - 2012)

Sonar in Live Spain Events DJ-Sets DVD Compilation (1998 - 2012)

Sonar in Live Spain Events DJ-Sets DVD Compilation (1998 - 2012)

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SONAR - BARCELONA, SPAIN (1998 - 2012)
Live Events DJ-Sets DVD Compilation 

114 DJ-Sets + 140 Hours of Music - On 3 DVD's

We have put together this Quality Collection of Global Event DJ-Sets which offers the buyer a great chance to purchase this fantastic series of DJ-Sets from one of the biggest events in the World all in one Convenient Affordable DJ-Sets Compilation 

The DJ-Sets can easily be used on your Home Entertainment System, In-Car MP3 Player, Home PC / Apple Mac, Apple iPod / iPhone / iPad, Portable Music Player or Tablet and through your Smart TV or DJ Equipment using the USB Drive option, so you have a huge variety of different devices in which you can play our DJ-Set Compilations, regardless of whether you are at home, in the car, or the train or on the move. 

 

Compilation Listing

 
SONAR FESTIVAL 1998 IN BARCELONA (20.06.98)
Jeff Mills - Live @ Sonar 1998 (20.06.98) – 75 Mins

SONAR FESTIVAL 2001 IN BARCELONA (15.06.01)
Richie Hawtin - Live @ Sonar 2002 (15.06.01) – 1 Hour

SONAR FESTIVAL 2002 IN BARCELONA (15.06.02)
Jeff Mills - Live @ Sonar 2002 (15.06.02) – 30 Mins
Laurent Garnier - Live @ Sonar 2002 (15.06.02) – 1 Hour

SONAR FESTIVAL 2003 IN BARCELONA (14.06.03)
Jeff Mills - Live @ Sonar 2003 (14.06.03) – 1 Hour
Richie Hawtin - Live @ Sonar 2003 (14.06.03) – 1 Hour

SONAR FESTIVAL 2004 IN BARCELONA (18.06.04)
Jeff Mills - Live @ Sonar 2004 (18.06.04) – 2 Hours

SONAR FESTIVAL 2005 IN BARCELONA (18.06.05)
Ada - Live @ Sonar Festival 2005 (19.06.05) – 30 Mins
Alex Under - Live @ Sonar Festival 2005 (19.06.05) – 30 Mins
Basteroid - Live @ Sonar Festival 2005 (19.06.05) – 20 Mins
De La Soul - Live @ Sonar Festival 2005 (19.06.05) – 20 Mins
Ellen Allien - Live @ Sonar Festival 2005 (19.06.05) – 20 Mins
Eric De Man - Live @ Sonar Festival 2005 (19.06.05) – 30 Mins
Jamie Idell - Live @ Sonar Festival 2005 (19.06.05) – 10 Mins
Jay Samuel - Live @ Sonar Festival 2005 (19.06.05) – 20 Mins
Jeff Mills - Live @ Sonar Festival 2005 (19.06.05) – 1 Hour
Joris Voorn - Live @ Sonar Festival 2005 (19.06.05) – 15 Mins
Juan Sanchez - Live @ Sonar Festival 2005 (19.06.05) – 20 Mins
Marc Houlel - Live @ Sonar Festival 2005 (19.06.05) – 30 Mins
Marco Bailey - Live @ Sonar Festival 2005 (19.06.05) – 20 Mins
Miss Kitten - Live @ Sonar Festival 2005 (19.06.05) – 10 Mins
Phats & Small - Live @ Sonar Festival 2005 (19.06.05) – 30 Mins
Roog - Live @ Sonar Festival 2005 (19.06.05) – 30 Mins

SONAR FESTIVAL 2006 IN BARCELONA (15.06.06)
DJ Krush - Live @ Sonar 2006 (16.06.06) – 1 Hour
Miss Kittin - Live @ Sonar 2006 (16.06.06) – 1 Hour
Modeselektor - Live @ Sonar 2006 (16.06.06) – 15 Mins
Satoshi Tomiie - Live @ Sonar 2006 (16.06.06) – 2 Hours
The MFA - Live @ Sonar 2006 (16.06.06) – 1 Hour

SONAR FESTIVAL 2007 IN BARCELONA (23.06.07)
Dave Clarke - Live @ Sonar 2007 (23.06.07) – 2 Hours
Jeff Mills - Live @ Sonar 2007 (23.06.07) – 1 Hour
Misstress Barbara - Live @ Sonar 2007 (23.06.07) – 45 Mins
Oliver Huntemann - Live @ Sonar 2007 (23.06.07) – 2 Hours

SONAR FESTIVAL 2010 IN BARCELONA

SONAR FESTIVAL 2010 IN BARCELONA (17.06.10 - 19.06.10)
Milton Jackson - Live @ Sonar 2010 (17.06.10) – 90 Mins
Steve Bug - Live @ Sonar 2010 (17.06.10) – 90 Mins
Slam - Live @ Sonar Festival 2010 (17.06.10) - 2 Hours
Pete Tong Essential Selection - Live @ Sonar 2010 (18.06.10) - 2 Hours
Dirt Crew - Live @ Sonar 2010 (18.06.10) - 90 Mins
Tigerskin - Live @ Sonar 2010 (18.06.10) - 90 Mins
Jay Shephard - Live @ Sonar 2010 (18.06.10) - 90 Mins
Josh Wink - Live @ Sonar 2010 (18.06.10) - 30 Mins
Supernature Showcase - Live @ Sonar 2010 (19.06.10) - 5 Hours

SONAR FESTIVAL 2011 IN BARCELONA

SONAR FESTIVAL 2011 IN BARCELONA (15.06.11)
Aphex Twin - Live @ Sonar 2011 (15.06.11) - 90 Mins
Josh Wink - Live @ Sonar 2011 (15.06.11) - 90 Mins
Steve Bug - Live @ Sonar 2011 (15.06.11) - 90 Mins
Mihalis Safras - Live @ Sonar Festival 2011 (15.06.11) – 1 Hour
Max Cooper - Live @ Sonar Festival 2011 (15.06.11) – 1 Hour
Paco Osuna & Barem - Live @ Sonar 2011 (15.06.11) - 1 Hour
Richie Hawtin - Live @ Sonar 2011 (15.06.11) - 45 Mins

SONAR FESTIVAL 2011 IN BARCELONA (16.06.11)
Davide Squillace - Live @ Sonar Festival 2011 (16.06.11) – 1 Hour
Monoloc - Live @ Sonar Festival 2011 (16.06.11) – 1 Hour
Rodriguez Jr - Live @ Sonar Festival 2011 (16.06.11) – 1 Hour
Scuba - Live @ Sonar 2011 (16.06.11) - 1 Hour
Redlight - Live @ Sonar 2011 (16.06.11) - 1 Hour
Agoria - Live @ Sonar Festival 2011 (16.06.11) – 1 Hour
Cassy - Live @ Sonar Festival 2011 (16.06.11) – 90 Mins
Tobi Neumann - Live @ Sonar Festival 2011 (16.06.11) – 90 Mins

SONAR FESTIVAL 2011 IN BARCELONA (17.06.11)
Henry Saiz - Live @ Sonar 2011 (17.06.11) - 20 Mins
James Holden - Live @ Sonar Festival 2011 (17.06.11) – 2 Hours
Miss Kittin - Live @ Sonar Festival 2011 (17.06.11) – 90 Mins
Pan-Pot - Live @ Sonar Festival 2011 (17.06.11) – 210 Mins
Ralf Kollmann - Live @ Sonar Festival 2011 (17.06.11) – 2 Hours

SONAR FESTIVAL 2012 IN BARCELONA

MACARENA CLUB, SONAR 2012 IN BARCELONA (13.06.12)
&Me - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (13.06.12) - 90 Mins
Joris Voorn vs Nic Fanciulli - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (13.06.12) - 3 Hours
Karotte vs Steve Rachmad - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (13.06.12) - 90 Mins
Kabale & Liebe - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (13.06.12) - 45 Mins

ONIX CLUB, SONAR 2012 IN BARCELONA (14.06.12)
Spektre - Live @ Onix Club, Sonar 2012 (14.06.12) - 1 Hour

EAST ENDER MOON HARBOUR, SONAR 2012 IN BARCELONA (14.06.12)
Luna City Express - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (14.06.12) - 45 Mins
Martinez - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (14.06.12) - 90 Mins
Patrick Lindsey - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (14.06.12) - 75 Mins
Philip Bader - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (14.06.12) - 30 Mins

EAST ENDER MOON HARBOUR, SONAR 2012 IN BARCELONA (15.06.12)
Alland Byallo - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 1 Hour
Dave Tarrida - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 1 Hour
Fader - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 1 Hour
Jonas Kopp & Dario Zenker - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 1 Hour

ENTER MINUS, SONAR 2012 IN BARCELONA (15.06.12)
Magda - Live @ Enter Minus, Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 1 Hour
Paco Osuna - Live @ Enter Minus, Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 2 Hours
Richie Hawtin - Live @ Enter Minus, Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 90 Mins
Loco Dice - Live @ Enter Minus, Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 1 Hour
Matador - Live @ Enter Minus, Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 1 Hour
Slam - Live @ Enter Minus, Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 45 Mins

LA CARPA, SONAR 2012 IN BARCELONA (15.06.12)
Guy Gerber & Seth Troxler - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 30 Mins

MOBILE ROOFTOP, SONAR 2012 IN BARCELONA (15.06.12)
Anja Schneider - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 4 Hours
Martin Landsky - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 45 Mins
Sebastian Radlmeier - Live @ Sonar 2012 (15.06.12) - 45 Mins
Ralf Kollmann - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 90 Mins
Slam - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 90 Mins

SONAR FESTIVAL 2012 IN BARCELONA (15.06.12)
Carlo Lio - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 2 Hours
Dubfire - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 2 Hours
Marc Houle - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 1 Hour
Nightwave - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 1 Hour
Paul Ritch - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 1 Hour
Ralf Kollmann - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (15.06.12) - 20 Mins

EAST ENDER, SONAR 2012 IN BARCELONA (16.06.12)
Anja Schneider - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (16.06.12) - 75 Mins
Dan Drastic - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (16.06.12) - 75 Mins
Davide Squillace - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (16.06.12) - 90 Mins
Dubfire - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (16.06.12) - 2 Hours

VIVA MUSIC SHOWCASE, SONAR 2012 IN BARCELONA (16.06.12)
Steve Lawler - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (16.06.12) - 3 Hours

SONAR FESTIVAL 2012 IN BARCELONA (16.06.12)
Barem - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (16.06.12) - 1 Hour
Behrourz & Bill Patrick - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (16.06.12) - 75 Mins
Gaiser - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (16.06.12) - 1 Hour
Livio & Roby - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (16.06.12) - 75 Mins
Modeselektor - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (16.06.12) - 1 Hour
New Order - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (16.06.12) - 1 Hour
Pan-Pot - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (16.06.12) - 90 Mins
Subb-An - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (16.06.12) - 1 Hour

DRUMCODE NIGHT, SONAR 2012 IN BARCELONA (17.06.12)
Adam Beyer - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (17.06.12) - 90 Mins
Oscar Aguilera - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (17.06.12) - 75 Mins
Toni Varga vs De la Swing - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (17.06.12) - 2 Hours

RADIO 1 PARTY, SONAR 2012 IN BARCELONA (16.06.12)
Annie Mac - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (16.06.12) - 1 Hour
Bodinski & Gesaffelstein - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (16.06.12) - 1 Hour
Jackbeats - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (16.06.12) - 1 Hour
Simian Mobile Disco - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (16.06.12) - 1 Hour

ROW 14, SONAR 2012 IN BARCELONA (17.06.12)
Paul Ritch - Live @ Row 14, Sonar Festival 2012 (17.06.12) - 90 Mins
Joseph Capriati - Live @ Row 14, Sonar Festival 2012 (17.06.12) - 2 Hours
Toni Varga - Live @ Row 14, Sonar Festival 2012 (17.06.12) - 1 Hour
De La Swing - Live @ Row 14, Sonar Festival 2012 (17.06.12) - 1 Hour

SONAR FESTIVAL 2012 IN BARCELONA (17.06.12)
Deadmau5 - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (17.06.12) - 2 Hours
The Roots - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (17.06.12) - 30 Mins
tINI - Live @ Sonar Festival 2012 (17.06.12) - 1 Hour


Event Profile

 

 

 

Sonar Festival Details...

 

 

Sonar Festival, Barcelona, Spain  

 

 

 

Sónar is an annual three-day music festival held in Barcelona, Spain. It is described officially as a festival of Advanced Music and Multimedia Art. Music is by far the main aspect of the festival. The festival runs for three days and nights, usually starting on a Thursday in the third week of June. The sixteenth edition of the Sónar festival was held on the 18th, 19th, & 20th of June 2009. Annually there are around 80,000 visitors to the festival.

The official website describes the festival as 'Three days and three nights in touch with the most up-to-date developments and featuring the most relevant national and international artists.' 'Sónar is the essential meeting point for an alert public, cutting-edge artists and the most influential professionals from the sectors of music and modern arts.'


Sonar Festival Review...

The Sonar festival in Barcelona has been gaining a fabulous reputation over the last few years as a music festival with a difference.

Featuring alternative dance, hip hop and electro music from all over the globe, Sonar prides it's self on its standing within the avant-garde music community and I was going to spend a day and night making my own assessment.

Now, I am well and truly a UK club junkie and it was with slight apprehension that I embarked on my quest to sample the finer aspects of Finish Euro pop and Spanish minimal electro.

My thinking was that even if I did find the music slightly obscure the fact that I was sunning my self in Barcelona would make up for any discrepancies. Any hesitation was to be short lived, though, as I was about to spend an amazing day finding out what alternative music has to offer in fantastic surroundings.

Due to time constraints Friday was my day of choice.


Friday is the first day of the weekend which encompasses 'Sonar By Night' and was also when the headlining Beastie Boys were playing.

At around one o'clock I wandered down to the Museu d'Art Contemporari de Barcelona (MACBA): a set of modern contemporary buildings containing exhibitions of contemporary art from the 20th century, surrounded by ancient and middle age buildings. Situated in Barcelona's 'Las Ramblas' this is in the true old town and made for spectacular surroundings in which to party.

The day event it's self was split into three main parts, Sonar Hall, Sonar Village and Sonar Dome.

Sonar Village was the biggest of the three and consisted of a large court yard with capacity for several thousand people. After a quick wander around we decided first port of call would be Sonar Dome, SR Click was half way through his minimal set and it seemed like the perfect warm up to the day.

After an hour or so when it had started to fill up, it became apparent that the place to be was Sonar Village. This astro turf covered courtyard was playing host to DJ Code's first set with Fatkut and I wanted to get a prime seat for their soul enthused hip hop.


With mojito in one hand and a cigarette in the other, we found a prime spot in some shade under a tree. DJ Code failed to disappoint as his blend of hip hop, soul and scratching brought about sporadic fits of dancing and arm flailing.

By four o'clock the place was filling up nicely and the six euro mojito's were flowing like the Yangtze. Perfect timing for the US group Emanon.

This lot really are a mixed bag blending live trumpet playing, human beat boxing, rapping and some extremely high pitched vocals they produce happy dancey hip hop perfect for any summer outing. Like Jurassic 5 before them, good US hip hop without the attitude.

After another serving of DJ Code, it transpired that the rest of the afternoon's music was going to be supplied by the Finns!

First up was Nicole Willis & the Soul Investigators.


Admittedly my immediate, slightly xenophobic, impression of Finnish soul was a group of pale faced blond people harmonising after devouring a platter of partially cooked fish, but boy was I wrong!

This lot were as soulful and funky as The Brand New Heavies and their lead singer belted out some awesome soul vibes. I defy anyone to determine there Finnish origins on a first listen and it will certainly be one new addition to my music collection.

Day was turning to evening and before we left for a quick food and beer break we decided to take in another Finnish group, ACCU.

This Finnish Euro pop band prance around the stage like a mixture of Bucks fizz and the Scissor Sisters. If you can see past the 80's style Pat Sharpe hair do's and keyboard guitars you are actually in for a pleasant surprise, I especially liked their tune Nightfreak which blends pumping keyboards and Bee Gees style high pitched vocals.

Well Sonar Day was now complete for me, and after a quick spruce up and a pizza I was heading to Sonar by night to stake claim to my prime spot for the Beastie Boys. The day had certainly been one to remember and my initial apprehension had now completely disappeared in place of excitement at the prospect of the evenings festivities.


Darkness had now fallen and as we approached the Gran Via exhibition centre in Barcelona's western suburbs the enormity of the night's event was starting to hit home. Like a mini city sat within Barcelona's industrial west, the Gran Vin is a huge exhibition centre consisting of a group of huge rooms with a capacity of tens of thousands. Resembling a 1960's vision of a space station, the centre was packed full of impressive neon lighting and huge cinema screens showcasing some of Europe's excellent VJing talent.

After an initial awe inspiring exploration, we set up base right at the front of the stage for the Beastie Boys. The fact we got there early was a huge blessing as within half an hour the place was packed full of terns of thousands of European clubbers, music lovers and general party animals.

After listening to the end of the excellent DJ2D2 set the Beastie Boys entered the limelight in blazing glory with a few of their early heavy metal style hits.

With excellent lighting and the groups effervescent energy this set was a blinder,

Playing all the hits such as Ch-Check it out and Oh Word! It proved middle age hasn't done anything to dumb these fellows down. Seeing legends like this, so close up, is an experience that can make any festival, but with all the amazing new music I had experienced so far the Beastie Boys merely added another reason to brag to my friends back home.

We left the Beastie Boys early to get a good spot for one of the bands I had eagerly awaited, The New Young Pony Club. Unfortunately, and I'm not sure why, they didn't show so we instead headed to the Sonar Lab to see Cornelius. Cornelius are a Japanese electro rock group signed to the British Ninja Tune label.


These guys were recommended to me by a friend and their subtle electo beats and Japanese vocals really make for some interesting listening. At this point my dance had given way to more of a sway due to several (with a capital S) mojito's and the more rocky vibes of Cornelius.

After sampling the best Japanese rock has to offer I felt it time to get a bit filthy and listen to some seriously dirty beats. This left only one serious option, Dub Step.

This new brand of slowed down drum and bass has been taking London by storm and I had been anxious to listen to DJ Skream since I read about him in the national press. Oh boy was it good! With beats comparable to drum and base meets speed garage, Skream well and truly did Sonar!! Expect to see Dub Step infusing the underground club scene soon!

Dizzie Rascal next. This boy needs no introduction and is to UK hip hop what Tupac and Jay-Z are to the US. His new album Maths and English, has been hailed as the best UK hip hop album ever and although I am not sure if it pips Roots Manuva's Awfully Deep to that post it certainly went down pretty well at Sonar.

At this point weariness was starting to take hold and I was holding on to listen to the 5am set by Timo Mass.

Timo Mass never fails to disappoint and this would be a fantastic farewell to an amazing day. Timo Mass seemed right at home in the space age surroundings and the plethora or teeth grinding clubbers surrounding me seemed to agree.

Well 7am had arrived and the sun had well and truly risen and after a 18 hour session my body was insisting on sleep.

Sonar was well and truly a fantastic experience and my only regret was that I could only be there for one day.

Many people might say that with all the festivals held in the UK this year, what is the point of travelling all the way to Spain to do it

Well, for a change from the usual globalised commercial music UK dance festivals have become renowned for, coupled with guaranteed weather and some amazing surroundings Sonar really offers something completely different, new and fresh and I am sure even those with truly commercial tastes couldn't help but get absorbed into the startling atmosphere, and the six euro mojito's help too!

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