BANGKOK — Long before women became a regular sight in the booth, Nakadia broke into the boys club in Bangkok before migrating to that place all DJs go – Berlin.
Perhaps it's the cooler weather getting people out more but with December begun and NYE coming, expect Bangkok’s nightlife to get into gear. This weekend alone offers a feast for hungry dancing feet: Drum ‘n Bass, dub, house and even some Muay Thai fighter DJs are just a few offerings.
Residence De Canal is the kind of place Thonglor hipsters turn their noses up at and underground folks savor the good-ole-day vibes of illegal...
BANGKOK — In the aftermath of HM King’s death Thursday, tourist hub Khaosan Road has become a much more subdued version of itself. Some restaurants...
PATHUM THANI — The Kolour folks are set to hit the grass and make waves again with two days of beats, art and gourmet food in a unique setting in March.
BANGKOK — Take a break from testosterone-soaked bass drops for a night of girl-powered beats at Thonglor dance venue Beam.
Bringing back that ‘80s nostalgia, legendary French DJ and producer Thibaut Berland aka Breakbot touches down Tuesday, and we talked to Tavisrut Burapat about SuperrZaaap, his former fashion brand turned organizer.
On the first floor of a random house down a random street in Lat Phrao, a tall man serves food and drinks foods while projecting random memes upon a wall.
BANGKOK — Friday night is the last chance to swig cocktails and inexpensive beer at a boheme alley bar in a sweaty sub soi off Sukhumvit 11.
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.