In 2009, London-based producer Stray earned props in the Drum ‘n’ Bass, or DnB, scene with his debut work “Timbre.” Released as a B-side, the track’s abstract atmospherics, off-kilter beats and climactic amen breakbeats had the scene waxing lyrical over the producer's studio wizardry.
BANGKOK — An outpost of Bangkok’s once-vigorous late-night scene will soon go dark – or at least, darker than usual.
For the past three decades the UK’s port city of Bristol has become known for innovative talent, with the likes of Portishead, Tricky, Roni Size and Massive Attack credited as part of the “Bristol sound.”
Besides the heat, April’s brought us quite a few interesting events. So far this month, we’ve set sail on Sunju Hargun’s Karma Kruise, bass music pioneer Addison Groove rocked Beam on Songkran, and Highland’s third 420 Festival was a complete success. But before we head into the month of May, this month still has a few extra events left for us to enjoy. So be sure to work up a sweat rocking out at either one of these events below.
BANGKOK — For those who live and breathe Latin dance, swaying one’s way through the week in Bangkok’s salsa hubs can be a reality.
BANGKOK — Don’t let the Monday blues get you down as it’s only three more days until Thursgay. Yeah, you read it right.
Cannabis remains a Class 5 narcotic in Thailand, where the plant remains frowned upon by much of Thai society - but not everyone.
BANGKOK — The man behind Bangkok’s epic makeover campaign – whose comments this week spawned alarmed headlines worldwide about a complete ban on its street food – said vendors in the iconic areas of Khaosan Road and Chinatown can remain – under one condition.
Bristol based producer Anthony Williams made waves in the early 2000s dubstep scene releasing music under his Headhunter alias.
Today the dance floors are no longer empty for Sunju Hargun, who has come a long way from dues-paying in the early Shanghai scene. Head to any of Bangkok’s best clubs or festivals and be sure to find him in the DJ booth rocking crowds: This weekend it’s on a boat in Bangkok’s Chao Phraya River.