Hailing from Hawaii and now based in LA, progressive/electro house DJ duo Sex Panther emerged quickly from the Californian club scene last year, and is now ready to bring the sexy party to our shores. Supported by DJ Gie.
Kee Club continues to bring in international DJs to town. This time around, it's Brazilian DJ Dream Koala. The Berlin-based soundsmith will showcase electronica lopped with electric guitar lines—and even a bit of his own falsetto.
Sick of going to da club? This event is a little different. Hong Kong Blender is aims to mix up things you wouldn't normally associate with each other—and certainly don't expect at a club. Performers include Ring Chan, whose music ranges from electronica, post-punk and grunge; as well as Nerve and Kung Chi-shing—the former plays experimental music and the latter does pop and classical. Lastly, don't miss a live painting session by Mildred, who apparently "paints...
This Bollywood party benefits the Hong Kong Federation of Handicapped Youth. DJs Agni and Deep will be spinning—both specialize in Bollywood-style EDM, hip-hop and Dirty Dutch beats. Yes, you'll definitely hear that bhangra Jay Z song. Would you ever want it different?
Megaclub Magnum, famed for its elusive door policy, is turning two years old. The theme of the night is "treasury empire." Apparently, it will be decked out like a mysterious empire full of unexpected treasures. Shiny.