Over the past decade Ibiza’s now infamous Zoo Project has truly earned its stripes (get it?!) as one of the biggest and best parties in the Islands history.
For the uninitiated The Zoo Project is primarily a very special daytime open-air gathering that, funnily enough, takes place in an old abandoned zoo. Slap bang amongst the idyllic hills of Benimussa, Ibiza, each and every Saturday the Zoo crew invites friends, family and fellow nuttaz to come and celebrate island life in a very unique way indeed. The Zoo Project is a place where all party animals are equal - who ever you are, wherever your from and whatever ridiculous get up your in. It’s an experience that you really need to see to believe.
As for Molly, saying she hit the ground running might be an understatement, as her early gigs have already included a highly acclaimed residency at Paris’ legendary Rex Club. Instigating so many unforgettably sweaty sessions it soon earned her praise all over the place, especially from a certain Spencer Parker who bestowed his ‘Resident of the Month’ accolade upon her very capable shoulders. All this, plus a formidable Berlin round-up of regular Panorama Bar, CDV and Fly BERMUDA Festival, Frankfurt’s breath-taking Robert Johnson, and Amsterdam’s techno-centric Trouw – not to mention a plethora of international visits on either side of the equator.
Equally, having held down a residency at the legendary Ibizan party for some time, Samuel Deep is a young man who’s gained himself a rather dedicated following in his native Netherlands. Big grooves and raw emotional keys are what caught the Dutchmans attention after receiving his first exposure to the world of House at the age of 18, the point at which point he has never looked back. 2014 sees Samuel as one of the most important names in the Dutch underground scene, heading up his own Slapfunk imprint to huge acclaim and notching up gigs across some of the worlds most exciting venues.