elrow bring Home Sessions to encourage virtual social partying

As everyone adjusts to this ‘new normal’, elrow want to bring the magic directly into the homes of their fans around the world.

They’ve been partying with Desperados since 2016, and from the beginning they’ve shared the same passion, which is to create the unexpected for partygoers around the world. By teaming up on these virtual sessions, they’re able to continue to deliver unforgettable experiences to keep the party going for fans as they adjust to their new way of life.

After seeing the international success of elrow‘s live sessions converted to a live program format with its resident artists as protagonists, the Barcelona entertainment company together with Desperados as the main collaborator, have announced their agenda for next month of April.

elrow Home Sessions

This agenda is loaded with exceptional talent consisting of international artists such as Technasia, Manu González, Marco Faraone, Fer BR, Yousef, Mele, Dennis Cruz and Rafa Barrios.

The premiere will be next Sunday, April 5 from 4:00 p.m. C.E.T – presented by MC Technasia accompanied by Ibizan Manu Gonzalez.

The next artists to go through the Home Sessions will be Italian producer Marco Faraone, head of Uncage label, accompanied by Fer Br. They’ll be joined by UK legend’s Yousef and Melé; and finally, Dennis Cruz from Madrid in collaboration with the young Sevillian producer Rafa Barrios.

This completes a busy schedule for elbow‘s Sundays in April to dance from home and enjoy some of the of the best live streamed sets around from the cream of international artists.

And in case you miss it, elrow and their digital collaborators will share the sessions in full through the following official channels on Facebook and Instagram:

Challenge Link here.


In the coming days, these are the best preventative measures we can all take to help:

– Avoid leaving the house if it is not essential
– Limit visits elsewhere unless they are absolutely essential
– Avoid travelling where possible
– Do not saturate the emergency services with calls if it is not strictly necessary
– Follow all the hygiene and prevention measures that the Government has recommended
– Find out up to date info only through official channels, such as @sanidadgob on Twitter