German DJ producer Robin Schulz was on holiday in Bali recently and was seen buzzing around the island with his girlfriend and in particular, one Saturday night in Red Ruby – a notoriously funky, late-night club in Petitenget.
That Saturday night the gold- and platinum-certified hit-maker arrived with a posse of friends, to no less than a masquerade party – as you can see in the video below.
They first occupied the Red Room; a separate mini-club room washed in the colour red. It’s a bit like a karaoke room, to one side of the bar, which doesn’t see a lot of guests normally, but the perfect spot for celebs to hide from the madding crowd. There the gang got Moet fired up and further into the mood.
According to someone in the know, he got so fired up with the atmosphere of the club that he asked to get up and spin some tracks.
It was like 1.40am and the bar was maybe 70% full, the same source told The Beat.
Schultz, who normally plays in front of thousands at Tomorrowland and other huge festivals around the world, said the club came recommended from Stella Bossi and Boris Brejcha, who were also recently in town, and also reminded him of underground Berlin clubs. Clubs he obviously loves to dive in to.
“He just felt he needed to play, and after a moment’s consideration he was up – and he dropped like 5-7 tracks of his own productions or remixes. All super known megahits, bangers, all underground house, no EDM,” our source related.
The crowd went wild as the buzz enveloped the room. Robin Schulz is a mega star and showed it’s not just hype and just how good a DJ he is and had the crowd eating out of his hand as soon as he got behind the decks with his crew in support.
As you can see from the snippets of video we gleaned off the web from that night he really knows how to get the party going, even in a small club and the crowd, who couldn’t quite believe what was happening before their eyes, was going nuts.
Excuse the quality of the video, but we felt it needed to be seen, no matter what – it’s a special moment in Bali time and space. Thanks Robin