Cubic, Macau’s super club is getting ready for two major weekends and Hong Kong Hustle wants to hook you up! On Saturday, September 27th, Cubic hosts R&B kingpin Ne-Yo followed by an EDM weekend featuring Dada Life on Friday the 3rd, and Afrojack on Saturday, October 4th.
Anything music related – visiting d.j.s, a new song I like, a local group or performance.
Nguzunguzu, the Los Angeles based duo comprised of Asma Maroof and Daniel Pineda, specialize in creating masterful reconstructions that take acappellas, samples, and instrumentals, and weave them together in results that often surpass the original songs.
Don’t miss DJ Nu-Mark! He’s the perfect storm: incredibly creative, impeccable taste in music, and a master showman. Nu-Mark’s last appearance in H.K., back in 2007, captivated the audience and left them completely dazzled.
The multi-talented Mos Def will take the stage at Volar on Thursday, August 21st. One of the most charismatic M.C.s to emerge from Brooklyn, New York, he’s got the full package of strong lyrics, verbal dexterity, smooth flow, and high quality beats.
Internationally renowned music selector Mimi Xu aka DJ Misty Rabbit is set to play at FLY on Saturday night. A typical week for Mimi consists of hopping between Paris and London, DJing for top brands and curating music for avant-garde fashion shows.
Hong Kong’s best Dancehall party is returning to its roots on Saturday, August 9th. The longstanding event, ‘Reggae Pon di Roof’, which has been happening since 2009, is again taking over the rooftop above Central’s Star Ferry pier.
Thris Tian is an innovator and major influencer in the world of underground music. Best known for his work as lead programmer for The Boiler Room, he has had a lengthy career discovering and introducing quality music from around the world.
The action has been picking up at XXX lately with a string of new nights centered around interesting genres of music. This weekend continues the trend with the debut of Red Corvette, a night dedicated to celebrating all things 80′s.
We’ve been hearing about Matteblacc since they first formed in Singapore a few years ago. This Saturday, DJs JNR and Drem will be taking over the turntables at FLY for a night of soulful music covering everything from rare grooves and classic Hip Hop, to NuDisco.
Simian Mobile Disco’s James Ford and Jas Shaw shape bleeps and noise into soulful songs that suggest a variety of influences from Georgio Moroder and New Order, to old school Techno and forgotten rollerdisco Funk.