Café del Mar
November 4, 2017
Café del Mar is quite a versatile venue as it serves for Sydneysiders a place to eat, drink and listen. Close to the water at Darling Harbour, and equipped with a rooftop terrace it occupies prime real estate and strikes a good balance between sophistication and a laid-back vibe.
With the way it is designed, equipped and coloured, the heritage of Café del Mar Sydney is omnipresent, i.e. the link to Mediterranean ambience with a Spanish DNA while not neglecting Australia, French and Italian tinges.
The music emitted by DJs usually runs the gamut from classic Café del Mar inspired chill-out to cool jazz, sexy deep house and their trademark nu soul with today’s limelight taken by Miguel Migs.
Having grown up Miguel Migs on a diet of his parent’s diverse record collection and emerging from the 90ies Deep House underground scene, he infuses these influences into his own sound, combining a wide range of styles, and conjuring a unique signature style – a sophisticated melting pot of sound, taking influences from rock, jazz, reggae, soul and more.
Migs did the right thing and let his music do the talking – and folks were enthusiastically entering the dialogue.
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