Anastasios Basias also known as BASSiA is a Greek Dj, producer and a true music lover.
In 2004 he started DJing at local bars & clubs in his hometown Thessaloniki. In the years following he managed to have many successful residencies & events all over Greece and Internationally and grew his own audience.
He is currently based in Mykonos, Dubai & Athens with residencies in world-renowned venues.
Solid experience in: Nightclubs, Restaurants, Beach Bars, Beach Clubs, Cocktail Bars, Bars
Can DJ for any private event, weddings etc.
Can provide music, playlists & general guidelines for any type of business. Hotels, Conferences etc.
Can provide DJ sets for radio stations & web radios.
My current residency at the world famous venue located at Psarou Beach Mykonos and Jumerah Dubai.
Residency in one of Mykonos finest venues.
Winter residency at an iconic venue located just beneath the famous Parthenon.
Winter Residency at one of the finest Bar Restaurants inAthens.
Travelling to Thessaloniki SKG once a week for one of the hottest R'n'Β parties in Greece.
Summer residency in one of the oldest and most successful bars in Mykonos.
Residency in the most underground venue of Thessaloniki.
In partnership with Nacelle, The Temple delivers some of Cairo’s craziest house music nights.
This floating replica of an ancient Egyptian temple on the nile boasts one if Cairo’s best sound systems & hosts the dopest Djs both from Cairo and around the world…
Visited this venue twice for two amazing events. Definitely a highlight!
Winter party series on the ski slopes of Greek mountains.
First event took place at Vasilitsa Ski Center, Grevena with great success.
Located in the sparkling Nile City Towers, Cairo’s first speakeasy-inspired venue thoroughly impresses all who walk through its doors with an unexpected mish mash of modernity and vintage. The theme is definitely Roaring ‘20s, but the colors and geometric shapes of the fittings and wine cabinet are all 21st Century. This is the first of several pleasant surprises here, as the venue proves time-and-time again that reliving the ‘20s is more about attitude and independence than antique trinkets. Take the food; a splendid menu full of modern dishes like pan-seared tuna and chops brilliantly plated up with streaks of color. The cocktails are simply divine and are a mix of the classics and contemporary – many of them original – with our favorite of the latter being the Orange & Vanilla Martini served in a showstopping hourglass-inspired vessel. All the while, the melodious sounds of the 1920s waft overhead, bringing the experience full-circle.
One of the finest clubs in the city of Thessaloniki. Black Project is a party focusing on RnB and Hip-Hop vibes.
A unique blend of modern and ancient Asian decor with low Japanese tables and an extensive Sushi Bar. The delicious cuisine features an exotic selection of specialties from China, Japan, Thailand and India. In recognition of its outstanding food and service, L’Asiatique was voted third best restaurant in Africa, top best in Egypt, by the World’s 50 Best Restaurants.
Our website address is: https://bassiamusic.com.
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