A boutique music festival that brings together sunshine, sea, beach and good living with a backbone of soulful dance and electronica. With a brand new venue for 2014 - BODRUM - ASPAT BEACH - we gear up for yet another week of sun, sea and legendary music! Places are strictly limited, don't miss out... book now.
One of the Godfathers of Sunsplash, coming back for the sixth year running, the legendary Gilles Peterson is sure to rock the beach at Aspat.
He is one of the most in demand DJs and producers on the world circuit today. His productions are a must-listen for any self respecting house music lover. Karizma plays Sunsplash for the first time. BIG.
It’s been a long wait. But this year we’ve finally made it happen and are very excited to welcome Osunlade to the festival for the first time. It’s going to be special for sure.
The glorious Aspat mountain will be overseeing the party proceedings during SunSplash 2014. Our music mountain. Of course there is also the fantastic beach, and the crystal clear Aegean sea!
Looking forward to having the wonderful Zara McFarlane play at Sunsplash 2014
The jewel of the Aegean. Bodrum almost had it all .. now with SunSplash taking place there in 2014.. it really does have it all !!! Haha.
It’s 48 on the plate for Bodrum … no more 07 .. we are hitting up Boddy!!
Zara McFarlane - Police & Thieves
Zara McFarlane’s debut album, 2011’s Until Tomorrow, came garlanded with rave reviews and a MOBO award nomination, and heralded a major new talent in the world of British jazz. The follow-up, also recorded for Gilles Peterson’s Brownswood Recordings, is a more ambitious collection that draws from many more influences: from the deep spiritual jazz of Pharoah Sanders to dub and reggae.
“With the first album,” says Zara, “I was trying to create a cohesive sound, one that used the same line up and the same instrumentation throughout. This time the focus is on the songwriting, and the arrangements are tailor-made to suit each song. There’s a lot more variation – around half of the tracks are duets, and I use more than one band. If there is a unified, cohesive theme, it’s in the lyrics: the songs represent a journey through a woman’s life.”