Fadi Alturk is a Lebanese born Swedish DJ and Producer living in Bali for the last 14 years. Fadi has been always the people’s DJ in Bali, he knows everyone and everyone knows him. In his early years, he was playing from clubs to festivals in Europe, North Africa and Asia, playing the range of Tech House, Tribal , Progressive to even Psy Trance. In 2002, he first came to Bali and the island was the paradise for travelers who searched for freedom through the music and the nature. His music was well received and continued to influence the music scene. Under the name Aquila, he produced few tracks and remixes and was making a name in 2002/3 as being one of the resident in Bali’s biggest beachfront club, 66 Club. In 2006 Fadi took the decision to become the Entertainment Manager of the club, which took part in history for one of the biggest parties Bali has ever had, 66 closing party in 2011.

That was the time when Bali started to go into beach and smaller nightclub trends. Joining Partnership with a Dj Booking Agency World Sound, he end up with a world wide networking with all the biggest artist and producers in the world, and got the chance to be involved in booking big names and play side by side names as, Tiesto, John Digweed, Sasha, Nick Warren, Tiefswarz, Kayo & Albert, Dj Chus, Oscar De Rivera, Fedde Le grande, Toca Disco, Matt Harrdwick, Timo Maas, D Ramirez, Mark Knight, Above & Beyond and many more . 20 years as dj in the business Fadi still plays sunset, pool parties and are still resident dj at Cocoon beach Club and the new Double Six Roof Top . The passion for music has never ended for Fadi and this year finally him and his best friends starts a record label for release and events, Bali Praia which aims to represent the real sound of Bali including deep house, tech house, Brazilian Bass with groovy tribal element.


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