BANGKOK — A group of friends threw down in an impromptu dance battle. A man peeled off his shirt and danced solo in a corner. On stage, a keyboardist left his deck to center stage and show off his moves.
BANGKOK — Not long after it packed in revelers donned in costumes for a wild Halloween night, red-hot dancefloor Beam will throw another epic party later this month.
BANGKOK — Less than three years after Beam opened as Bangkok’s premier temple to techno, it recently dropped the bass for the last time and demoted all the higher-BPM beats to its ground-floor bar.
BANGKOK — A frontrunning act in Europe’s electronic scene and the ‘00s remix movement are heading to Bangkok late November.
BANGKOK — The first sunset of December will see the maiden voyage of a different kind of barge on the mighty Chao Phraya River, one that will set sail for music, art and culture.
BANGKOK — Something spooky this way comes, and the capital city won’t be shy about going all in. There are more things to do than ever...
Monsoon rains may flood the streets but they can’t stop folks in the capital from heading out for a concert or club night. Hell-to the-naw. As a matter of fact, things have been stupid with good shows.
Inside a hostel sheltering sub-budget backpackers, an effeminate gay man slowly spreads his arms in tai chi movements. Across the room, other guests drink at the bar, chew on mushroom bruschetta and listen to Guerilla Poubelle blare from a laptop.
Despite sounding like a homie from Isaan, Apichat Pakwan is actually the name given to a Thai-Dutch combo who make music they call Esantronics
The monsoons have arrived with a vengeance, but the good news is that this week is full of concerts and dope club nights.