Jun 28, 2022
3 min read
Grammy-nominated tech-house DJ and producer FISHER returns for the third installation of his Hï Ibiza summer residency.
The Australian sensation has been smashing it since the opening party on June 15th, truly earning the weekly Ibiza gig that we’ve all been waiting for. And Hï Ibiza seems to be the perfect match for him and the stellar lineups that he’s been pulling out of the bag. June 29th is no different, with Paul Woolford and Little Fritters joining FISHER in the Theatre and Yotto and Gabe joining Main Room resident Vintage Culture.
From midnight until 6 am every Wednesday you can party away to some of the biggest house tracks around at one of Playa d’en Bossa’s best superclubs. It’s a mid-week experience that you shouldn’t miss out on!
Before becoming the globally renowned DJ and producer we all know and love, Australian-born Paul Nicholas Fisher was a pro surfer on the World Qualifying Series. He has since had a meteoric rise to fame since bursting onto the electronic music scene in 2017 with his debut single “Ya Kidding.” 2018 saw “Losing It” gain him his first Grammy nomination and moved him from supporting act to headliner across the globe.
Leeds-born Paul Woolford has had a career spanning over two decades, with musical tastes crossing all genres of electronic. Impressively holding down a nine-year residency at Space (now Hï Ibiza) he’ll be gracing the decks once again to impress the crowds.
Starting off as a DJ and promoter on the Gold Coast of Australia, Little Fritters infectious personality has spread across dancefloors around the world. 2019 was the first year that Little Fritter teamed up with long-time friend Fisher, playing shows together worldwide and he continues the run at Hï Ibiza in 2022.
Lukas Rafael Ruiz Hespanhol, aka Vintage Culture, is a Brazilian DJ and producer who’s remix of Shouse's “Love Tonight” was one of the biggest tracks in the world in the last year. His festival series, Só Track Boa, is setting attendance records in Brazil and now filling venues in North America with sold-out shows in New York, San Francisco, Miami, and Boston.
If you like progressive house sounds, Yotto is the one to watch. Signed to British label Anjunadeep, Otto Yliperttula commands dancefloors with his eclectic musical selections. His track “The Owls” earned him a fourth Essential New Tune on Pete Tong's BBC Radio 1 show and was named "Hottest Record in the World" by Annie Mac.
Brazilian DJ Gabe straddles the minimal and tech house genres, perfectly blending the two. He’s also behind the projects Wrecked Machines and Growling Machines.