Chus & Ceballos Announce New Year and Early 2016 Plans

Acclaimed Spanish duo Chus & Ceballos are once again looking forward to a massive few weeks at the end of 2015 and start of 2016. As well as lots more headline slots around the world and a very busy New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day at Nest, Space and Stereo in North America, they have also been busy cooking up more studio gold.

The Spanish duo have been turning out massive club hits for years on labels like Toolroom, Nervous and Tronic. They have put out some killer compilations on both Tooroom and Nervous and also run their own label Stereo Productions, which has been responsible for plenty of great EPs. This summer they played all over EDC Vegas, Space Ibiza and many more hot spots and also came up trumps with jams like Absinia feat GiGi, which landed on Stereo Productions in June, and All I Want feat. Astrid Suryanto, plus the small matter of their latest and greatest album, Nomadas.

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Release wise, December brings remixes of Dario D’Attis and Carlo Lio on Lapsus Music and Suara respectively, then January will see the pair remix Raffaele Rizzi on Tronic, before their own label puts out a new compilation for The BPM Festival entitled PLAYA DEL CARMEN 2016. Next up for them will be a remix of Noir on Material Series, then a second compilation on Stereo will follow in March entitled MIAMI 2016, so it will be a busy few weeks for the taste making dance duo.

In terms of DJ gigs, the pair who are known for rocking clubs with slick house and tech selections, play Magma Fest in Nicaragua, Space Miami and Maderia Island in the last days of December, then Club Nest Toronto on New Year’s Eve ahead of a massive after-hours gig at Space Ibiza New York on New Year’s Day and a marathon set at Stereo Montreal later the same day that will carry on well into the 2nd. Then the rest of January promises gigs with Toolroom and Stereo at The BPM Festival, a return to Space Terrace in Miami, a set on the infamous Groove Cruise and parties in Puerto Rico and Lima, Peru.

As such there is no sign of Chus & Ceballos letting up over the festive period.