BANGKOK — Black headphones with fluorescent blue, red and green lights change colors and music genres with the press of a button – and the crowd goes wild.
Here are a few of the best and most badass women to take it to crowds in Bangkok and beyond.
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.
From a trance party in a Roman temple to Japanese beat-boxing, this weekend offers something for everyone.
Giant Swing isn't a swingers club – or even a big wooden swing in Bangkok.
BANGKOK — New talents will come together for one night at a Bangkok hotel in the first edition of a platform celebrating musical and creative abilities of new generations.
Reggae in Thailand? Though its roots are in 1960s Jamaica, the music has found its way into the hearts of people around the world including Thailand, where a vibrant scene which has spawned homegrown artists, DJs and festivals.
Natapol, better known as DJ Maft Sai, is a Bangkok music geek making a big effort to preserve Thai music.
BANGKOK — Have a holly jolly Christmas eating German sausages, watching holiday classics, partying with fabulous drag queens and more this year in Bangkok.
Waving to the crowd for support, it was MC Youngohm’s turn to take apart his opponent on the stage. Circling across from him, MC Ken Noi of Chiang Rai listened anxiously and prepared to fire back at the end of the 45-second round. It all made for a very rude six minutes as the two took turns freestyling rap full of braggadocio, disses and punchlines.