The Wax da Jam party vindicates Ibiza's most original electronic scene. The British musician George Evelyn (Nightmares on Wax) is the architect of a ceremony that is a far cry from the mainstream whirlpool in the south of the island. Starting with the sound but without forgetting the food served at the southern soul food bar, the party is a wholesome experience. Daddy G, from Massive Attack, Mark Farina or Bonobo are some of the talents that have stepped on to the Wax da Jam stage.
Las Dalias also has flow and electronic sound, but what takes place at the Wax da Jam party and the sounds that can be enjoyed there are unique and cannot be heard anywhere else on the island. Nightmares on Wax (NoW), or George Evelyn, promotes one of the most original and quality musical parties in Ibiza.
The Wax da Jam party, a unique and exquisite event, combines the exceptional talent of Evelyn (NoW) with a delicious gastronomy at affordable prices to enjoy an experience that allows you to reconcile with the island, leaving the excesses aside to reconnect with the original essence of electronic music and the best djs. And to all this we must add the ideal environment, because Las Dalias becomes an open-air festival for the several musical styles with which the Wax da Jam sound has been labelled: hip hop, RnB, funk, chill out and trip hop, although the result is much broader and transcends the corset to which genres are often restricted to.
The Wax da Jam party kicks off every night with “an hour of local talent”, in which island bands perform in front of a demanding audience, before the live performance of Nightmares on Wax in full formation begin, with Evelyn on keyboards and mixes, with the vocal duo formed by Ricky Ranking, Mozez (Zero 7), assisted by a drummer and the energetic percussions of Shovell The Drum Warrior. Later, the music continues indoors, in an interior room with futuristic decoration for the usual suspects to spin their records in: Negghead and the Babylon Beach Djs, adventure companions of the restless NoW, plus some special guest. Evelyn is able to turn her parties into a recreation of Notting Hill's legendary carnivals, with handpicked craft stalls and Soul Food, the African American food intimately related to Jamaican or Southern American recipes.