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PPP Presents: Philip Lange

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Philipp Lange 

As an early teenager he attends music school studying guitar. Four years down the road of formal music education, he finds an extensive use for his instrument and skills playing in several punk and indie bands. In the mid nineties he acquires taste for specifically electronic sound – certainly for its rich German variety, but he is also under influence of the British drum & bass type

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Nuno

Resident dj at PPP for the third year, Nuno is undoubtable one of Tulum finest. Catch him Saturday at PPP.

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Litos

(Carlos Heredia)


Having delved into music at a young age, Carlos eventually found his calling to djing and mixing while in London circa 2010. From here on he continued to explore different styles and genres. Flash forward to Berlin, where he discovered his zest for instrumental ethereal sounds and hints of electronic. He remained underground until last year, after becoming a resident DJ at Scorpios in Mykonos, along side the likes of Feathered Sun and LUM. He has since then also flourished in the music scene in Tulum, Mexico, where he developed the sound you hear him play today. Carlos is a PPP resident too, where you can catch him playing very often.

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Jimeno

Having a great musical selection throughout his eight years of artistic career, that takes the subtlety as main characteristic, Jimeno uses the turntables as instrument in the scene to feel what it is necessary to create the precise atmosphere in the dancefloor.

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PPP Presents: Darshan Jesrani