By The Nation
In with the yucks
Open-mic hilarity returns to the Comedy Club Bangkok on Sukhumvit Soi 33/1 tonight with newcomers joining Bangkok’s ever-more-seasoned local joke vendors. Headlining are American Stevo Joslin, currently thriving on Cambodian stages, and David Ale from the UK. Tickets cost Bt350 and that includes a drink and subsequent beers for just Bt85.
Hands up for Fingaz
Party with DJ Fingaz tonight at Ku De Ta Bangkok near the Chong Nonsi BTS station. One of the premier DJs at the high-energy mega-clubs of Las Vegas, LA and currently Hong Kong, Fingaz brings dextrous DJ skills and a philosophy of “good music, no gimmicks”. More than 200 cities in 50 countries cannot be wrong about this guy. Call (02) 108 2000.
Brace for the breeze
The tornado from Sao Paulo, Brazil – DJ Marky – returns to Glow on Sukhumvit Soi 23 tonight. Nominated for Mixmag’s Greatest DJ of All Time award, Marky’s incredible technical skill, showmanship and unparalleled ear for music ensure him standout status. Just ask Carl Cox and Laurent Garnier, who’ve invited him to perform with them. More at www.Facebook.com/MixmagAsia.
Killer on the loose
Ku De Ta Bangkok is hosting a party with DJ Cut Killer on Wednesday. An authentically international DJ, Cut Killer became the first French spinner booked in the US, through Funkmaster Flex’s DJ Big Dawg Pitbulls and 50 Cent’s Shadyville DJs, thanks to his versatility, mixing urban style with rock, pop and reggae. Entry is free, as is Champagne for the ladies from 9 to 11.
Down in the Dubway
Dubway Session kicks off 2016 with the booming sounds by DJ Flava D on Wednesday at Grease on Sukhumvit Soi 49. Having gained serious recognition for her releases on labels like Butterz and Formula, Flava D will be joined by Bangkok’s very own DJs Orawan and Pichy and MC Sinamon. Ladies get in for free and it’s Bt350 for others.