For those looking for a break from all the art exhibitions during Miami Art Week 2018, there is an EDM music festival named Rakastella featuring Dutch DJs Job Jobse and Young Marco. For tickets, click here.
Virginia Key Beach Park, Miami
Innervisions & Life and Death present Rakastella, their collaborative music and art experience held during Art Basel Miami on December 8th. The event returns to the idyllic shores of Miami’s Historic Virginia Key to welcome worldly revelers and nomads for a 14-hour day-into-night experience. Dance in the sand, explore a curated art landscape and enjoy a soundtrack curated by two of the world’s finest label collectives.
Some people have no doubt about it: being a DJ is all they want to do. After learning the ropes at Amsterdam’s legendary club 11, Job Jobse began his adventure into electronic music with an internship at the renowned Innervisions label in Berlin. After moving back to Amsterdam to work as the booker of Trouw, things went uphill very fast. Job currently holds his own successful residency at the famous club – Drukpers, the first party ever held at the venue – and is also active as the label manager for the popular Life and Death label. With all Job has achieved so far and a current heavy touring schedule, including appearances spanning from Burning Man to Panorama Bar, one can only wonder where he will go next.
Amsterdam native DJ, producer and certified dude Young Marco has been on the forefront of the city’s bustling underground scene for nearly a decade. Coming up through several now infamous residencies, he quickly gained notoriety for his genre-defying and ballsy DJ sets with a unique take on dance music, playing everything from lost proto-house and voodoo jaktrax to Libyan disco anthems.After releasing several records on Rush Hour he soon found a home on Lovefingers’ ESP Institute where he continues to craft his signature zonked out house sound filled with broken drum computers and 90’s new-age synthesizers.Since then Marco has steadily been playing all around the globe spreading his love for strange dance music and unclassics.