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Lazy Daiz

Gibraltar House Breaks Techno Tech House +1

This motivated young man begins @ the age of 16 after so many years playing around local bars/clubs where he improves is skills & knowledge of Dj'ing.

A new chapter begins for Carl Villarubia as Lazy Daiz with a complete change in style he aims to build up a new name for himself.

Also on side projects

Rewind Events / F*** The Mainstream
0db Sound & Lighting Hire

Booking Contacts
Zerodbsound@Hotmail.com

Watching Carl perform now in a club, one would think he had been set up on a mission to DJ professionally for years. Surprisingly however, this talented young man’s first opportunity came at the age of 16 when he was ‘thrown in the deep end’ when offered to stand-in unexpectedly at local bar ‘The Tunnel.’

An enthusiast for music, but with little experience of DJ’ing, no one, including himself, could have imagined that he would entertain a crowd of 300 so effortlessly.

An upward spiral from then on, Carl’s reputation amongst the DJ scene grew to levels of undisputed respect. His mixing ability and tunes sought after, he undertook various residencies thouhout the years at The Tunnel, Little Rock, Corks, Zest, Celebrity, Savannah, Morea Sotogrande, La Sala & Now @ Dusk Nightclub whilst remaining eager to progress and develop his talent further.

His popularity and musical skill fast reached well-known clubbing destinations in Spain too and Carl was offered opportunities to DJ in house music hotspot Templo (La Linea), Sky Lounge (Marbella), Splash Club (Torremolinos) as well as a year residency in 2009 at Moorea (Sotogrande).

His career has seen Carl invited to three well-established radio shows; Global FM with Johnnie B Gomez & Salvaje FM with Golfo Wey & Beech Grooves FM with Kate Gooding.

Carl currently holds residency at local club Dusk and has opened sets for Internationally renowned DJ’s such as Alberto Soto, Jaime Fisher and Sheldon UK (Ministry of Sound) Oliver Lang (Bora Bora ibiza/Sankeys) Schella and Chris Online (BCM) to mention a few...

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