SXM Festival 2022 returns for five days and nights of underground house and techno bliss on the Caribbean island of Saint Martin / Sint Maarten. SXM Festival regularly hosts the top names from around the globe, and this year is no different. Attendees will experience secluded beaches, lush jungle dance floors, stunning villas, boat parties, and beach clubs from sunrise to sunset. Get in the groove for SXM Festival 2022 with these exclusive mixes from artists John Acquaviva and Chloé Caillet who will be playing at this year’s event.
John Acquaviva as a DJ/Producer and Entrepreneur has flourished in the heart of electronic music. His multi talented persona is Superman-like. He’s the quintessential businessman by day running Plus8 Equity Partners, and an iconic musician by night. John Acquaviva is the eye of the storm on an incredilbel hurricane. The techno icon’s strategic positioning along the electronic music spectrum as an inspired soul, rather than a hit maker, has made for one of the most exciting producers the community has ever experienced.
Chloé Caillet is a DJ, producer and multi-instrumentalist from Paris. Known for her eclectic taste in music and fashion, she has played some of the world’s most renowned clubs and parties. These include a residency with Dixon at Pacha, fabric London, Tek Support New York, Badaboum, Hï Ibiza, Brooklyn Mirage, Guy Gerber’s Rumors and most recently her residency at Circoloco in Ibiza and all over the globe.
After releasing a critically acclaimed remix commissioned directly by Beck, Chloé will release her series of singles on newly found label XCESS RECORDS started with her collective PVBLIC XCESS. Her first single “Love Ain’t Over” dropped at the end of 2021 with an outstanding video by artist and director Ana Sting, following up with a series of remixes by Gerd Janson, Carlita and No_4mat. Chloe has received support from internationally acclaimed media and journalist tastemakers like DJ Mag, Mixmag, Wonderland Magazine, CRACK Magazine, Metal Magazine, Refuge Worldwide and many more.