Apache plays an hour of feel-good tribal vibes for Azulik Sounds Podcast, ‘The Lost Drums Of Mkatakata’
French native Apache is a strong believer in the ripple effect. The Miami-based artist is also the creator of the hedonistic experiences at Soundtuary, a highly unique atmosphere wherein Apache encourages the energy to flow between the dance floor and the DJ booth. Always pushing the boundaries of deep and tribal sounds, Apache creates DJ sets that immediately transports participants to faraway, exotic spaces where peace and good vibes are the law of the land.
For his latest mix, Apache was a guest on the Azulik Podcast, hosted by Azulik Sounds, where he played an hour-and-a-half-long set called “The Lost Drums Of Mkatakata.” The entire set is a blissful excursion into tribal-infused electronic music, captivating rhythms, native chants, afro, and deep house sounds. Throughout, Apache manages to seamlessly blend ancient wisdom with visions of the future.
For those who may not know, Azulik is a luxury hotel and cultural oasis in Tulum, Mexico, where art, hospitality, sound, fashion, and spirituality come together. As stated on their website, at Azulik… “reconnection takes on a new meaning in a place where nature, art, and ancestral wisdom coexist. This sanctuary welcomes all who wish to find peace in a space blessed with magical surroundings.”