Denis Sulta at the 5,600-year-old Mnajdra Temple in Malta for a 60-minute showcase hosted by District and VisitMalta .
Posted by Mixmag on Tuesday, September 17, 2019
One of Malta’s most prized jewels, the megalithic temples of Mnajdra, have been used as the backdrop for Scottish DJ Denis Sulta’s latest video.
In the hour-long video, released by the British music media company Mixmag, Denis Sulta drops his tracks over the megalithic temples, which are over 5,000 years old and are among the oldest free-standing structures in the world.
As the sun sets, viewers are treated to aerial shots of the south coast of Malta, beautifully free of buildings and people.
The original plan was for Denis Sulta to perform his temple tracks in front of a group of 60 people, eight of whom would have been drawn by lot. However, this generated a significant backlash, with people bemoaning the use of such a historical site as a party venue. Realising it wasn’t worth the hassle, the organisers scrapped its plans for an audience and announced Sulta will be playing solo.