BANGKOK — The capital these days does not lack for live music venues with quality sound systems.
BANGKOK — Crowds flocked to Bangkok’s latest art and creative space Changchui on its first weekend. Distance did not seem to be able to stop...
BANGKOK — Siriprai Chaismoot, 30, said she was more excited for American rapper Nelly’s first concert in Bangkok on Tuesday night than for her own wedding.
BANGKOK — Sweaty eight-packs and testosterone will sizzle on stage when an Aussie company of strip dancers comes to heat up Bangkok nights.
BANGKOK — If finding a late-night roost in the capital’s usual haunts has become more difficult, that’s because most clubs and bars in the Khaosan Road and Thonglor areas were ordered this month to close at midnight – a situation that may not change.
BANGKOK — The city’s nightlife funzone next month will bring the hype of Goa-psychedelic trance culture to town.
When it comes to underground electronic tunes in Bangkok, it was always the smaller, independent clubs brave enough to say “fuck you” to commercial music and do something different. In the mid-’90s, Deeper in Soi Silom 4 sparked the flame for the city’s rave scene, in the early 2000s cafe Democ gave local crews a venue to perform, and in 2014 Dark Bar became the place that gave Bangkok’s next-gen DJs and promoters a place to be heard.
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 — For those who live and breathe Latin dance, swaying one’s way through the week in Bangkok’s salsa hubs can be a reality.
Cannabis remains a Class 5 narcotic in Thailand, where the plant remains frowned upon by much of Thai society - but not everyone.