Last week, Ears To The House reported on the latest DJ to jump on the latest bandwagon in the world of dance music – having your dinner and then having a dance. Tony Humphries, Louie Vega and Carl Craig are just some of the recent names to provide the after-dinner entertainment for guests full of (hopefully) good food.

We ourselves remain to be convinced by this trend, although we also accept that this is as good a time as any to try new things. And by the looks of it, it’s a message which Danny Tenaglia – who must be at least 200 years old by now – is ready to respond to. But he’s taking it to new lengths.

Appearing at Sonic Jungle in New York on October 15th, he’s playing an extended set – and in addition to Colombian cuisine from a tie-up with a nearby restaurant, there’s something mentioned here too about a salt cave…

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What the devil is a salt cave? We didn’t know, so we looked it up. Apparently, it’s a cave full of salt, and they’re used for halotherapy treatments. The exact effectiveness of such treatments are, it seems, a matter of debate – but we suspect it’ll be Tenaglia’s first time playing inside such a cave.

No doubt he’ll take that with a grain of something…