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BCM Mallorca continued its sensational summer season on May 11th with a night that promised and delivered a feast for techno and tech house enthusiasts. The lineup featuring Technasia, wAFF, and Hector Couto transformed the club into a pulsating haven of deep beats and infectious rhythms, living up to BCM’s reputation as one of the world’s premier nightlife destinations.

Technasia kicked off the night with a set that exemplified his expertise in blending driving techno beats with melodic undertones. His ability to seamlessly weave tracks together kept the crowd moving and the energy levels sky-high. Technasia’s signature sound resonated through the club’s state-of-the-art sound system, making every beat feel immersive. The lighting and visual effects synced perfectly with the music, creating an electrifying atmosphere that set the tone for the rest of the evening.

Following Technasia, wAFF took the stage and elevated the night to new heights. Known for his dynamic sets and infectious energy, wAFF did not disappoint. His selection of tracks, ranging from deep tech house grooves to more upbeat anthems, kept the dance floor packed and the crowd enthralled. The visual effects, including laser shows and bursts of confetti, added to the sensory overload, making for a truly memorable performance. wAFF’s charismatic presence and ability to read the crowd ensured that the energy never waned, keeping everyone dancing until the early hours.

Hector Couto closed the night with a set that perfectly encapsulated his unique style, blending elements of house and techno to create a sound that was both deep and uplifting. His expertly curated tracklist and smooth transitions kept the crowd engaged and moving. The special effects and lighting continued to enhance the overall experience, creating a visually stunning backdrop to Couto’s masterful mixing. The outdoor terrace offered a refreshing change of pace, allowing guests to enjoy the warm Mallorca night while still being part of the action.