Having hosted Paul Seven on our Everyone Is Uneek mix series last summer in Ibiza (check out the mix here – http://www.uneekibiza.com/everyone-is-uneek-014-mixed-by-se7en-ibiza/), he then came to play for us at our rooftop terrace party at Sol House in September (and a few other gigs including the excellent Highlander and Ibiza Rocks bars), where we struck up a friendship with him – he is one of the nicest blokes and DJs in the business. Having stayed in contact with Paul through the winter, we were delighted when he offered Uneek Ibiza the chance to host our own room at his legendary annual May Day party at Revolution Aberdeen on April 30.

Having been in the previous days at the Brighton Music Conference, we made the near 1,000 mile journey North, taking in Edinburgh (and several service stations) on the drive up, arriving into Aberdeen on Saturday evening.

The party at Revolution Aberdeen was kicking off at midday, and after arriving at the venue to put up our banners, and be introduced to everyone, we kicked off our room.

The downstairs outside terrace was the scene for one of the best parties we’ve seen in the UK in a long while. Think of Space Ibiza Terrace back in the day (those lucky enough to attend pre circa 2004 before the terrace was covered), a bright sun shining day, great music, atmosphere and crowd and you have a sense of what went down. We witnessed some great sets from Alisdair Randalls, Bobby Cooper, Seven and Barga. Check out some of the videos and photos below from our twitter page;


Our Everyone Is Uneek room at the top of the venue, where people entered and left the building had a steady stream of clubbers all day, where we enjoyed the top atmosphere and vibe. We’d like to say thanks to all of the DJs that joined us and provided great sets including Dylan Mcphee, James Robertson, Alisdair Randalls and Seven Ibiza. Check out some of the action below;



We’d like to say thanks to all of the DJs, thanks to Paul for inviting us to play, the bar staff, and thanks to manager Jamie for hosting us (we won’t drink as much vodka next time, promise!)


On the way back South in the car, we had a drive and wander through the serene and peaceful Broughty Ferry, and St Andrews, home to the most famous golf course in the world, which ended our Scottish adventure on a great high.


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