Burn Studios Residency is a mini reality show about the art of DJing, that recently premiered on Youtube. This looks very cool, a group European young guys compete to become a resident DJ at 3 of the biggest clubs on Ibiza including Sankeys, Cafe Mambo, and Privilege. In each episode, they have to accomplish a task in order to be the winner. The best part of this reality show is that you can check out the appearances of very known international DJs. This is definetely, something you must watch now!
Episode 01 – Thousands applied but only 11 were chosen for the final stages of the burn studios residency program. It’s now up to these 11 finalists to prove they have enough talent and determination to take on the professional world of DJ’ing in Ibiza. This episode features appearances from Carl Cox, Luciano and Nina Kraviz.
Episode 02 – Having had a taste of island life and the professional world of DJ’ing at the International Music Summit in Ibiza, our burn studios residency finalists are determined to stay in the game. After the challenges set in this episode, some of them will have their doubts. This episode features appearances from Jamie Jones and 2ManyDJs.
Episode 03 – The journey continues for our 11 finalists in the burn studios residency program. After a behind the scenes tour of Ibiza’s finest clubs—Sankeys, Cafe Mambo and Privilege—the finalists are met with one of the toughest challenges of their careers.
Episode 04 – With the final stage of judging well underway, it’s time for the 11 DJs in the burn studios residency program to pick up their game. A world of opportunities open up to them!
Episode 05 – In this episode, 3 of the 11 finalists are awarded residencies at some of the finest clubs in Ibiza; Privilege, Sankeys and Cafe Mambo. This episode also features appearances from Carl Craig and Richie Hawtin.
Episode 06 – In this episode, the three winners of the burn studios residency contest have their first, nerve-racking gigs on the island. It doesn’t take long for one DJ in particular to discover that not every gig lives up to the dream.