Beginning to learn the art of DJ-ing at 16, in his DJ sets one will find a nice blend of different genres ranging from Deep, Tech, House,Techno, Minimal, Acid, Electro, Balearic, Soul, Funk, Disco and more. Having a lifelong love for a wide spectrum of music, Jeremy delivers a rocking DJ set every time with his impressive knowledge of tunes of all sorts. Jeremy surely knows a lot about the styles of music, the labels, the re-mixers and the producers who creates these tunes. Going beyond the music he plays, Jeremy strives to surpass the art of mixing. Reviews from the clubbing scenes often mention his tight solid mixing, awesome selection and sequencing of his tunes. For those who have gone to see Jeremy’s spin before, they know that he is a DJ who knows the stuff well beyond many counterparts for a long long time!
He holds residencies for top Underground clubs in Hong Kong which includes Oma and Social Room. Besides Hong Kong, he had also performed in many other top clubs and venues around the world.
A regular on the regional underground and festival circuit, Mengzy always packs a punch with diverse influences and plenty of bass weight - no matter what genres her eclectic sets journey across. The Hong Kong-based selector is a presenter on RTHK Radio 3, where she has hosted her own dance music shows, and has performed across Asia (Seoul, Shenzhen, Singapore, Macau), as well as in the UK (Oxford, London).
Based in Hong Kong & Macau, Saiyan is one of the core members & resident DJ of the Magnetic Soul Crew- most visible & prolific DnB Crew in Hong Kong. He founded the first Dnb/Dubstep event - Bass Attack in Macao, which was named as "the historic moment" in the Bass music scene of Macao. He is also the co-founder of Bass Music China (BMC) which promotes Bass Music Culture in China.
In 2002 Saiyan started band “Dr.” - genres ranging from Nu Skool Breakz, DnB Jungle, Experiment & Dub music. In 2004 Dr. released their debut album – "Dr" & kept their focus on music production & live performance.
In 2005, Saiyan joined Magnetic Soul, organized events & supported the likes of Roni Size, LTJ Bukem, Ed Rush & Optical, Total Science, DJ Fresh, Outrage, Spectrasoul, SPY & Black Sun Empire. He also DJed at several festivals in Hong Kong & Europe including Outlook Festival since 2012.
Born in Hong Kong, formally a tattooist by trade however his love for music and the arts from a very young age prompted him to turn his creative hand to the turntables after coming together with a DJ friend who invited him to come and perform together in 2009. Today MILL.H fast becoming a nu breed of made in Hong Kong talent. MILL.H is a resident DJ and co-founder of Utopia playing an exquisite style of House and Techno.
Strip away the flashy elements of “nightlife” to reveal the core of it all: the artist, the music and artistry; all of which Ocean Lam has built and cultivated with drive and passion over more than a decade.
With a signature sound void of pretension and any need to be trendy, enveloping listeners with her own personality and story as basslines pump and roll between slicing snares adrift delicate vocals. Continuously spiraling and building upwards, playful and bouncing but no less severe or moody, Ocean Lam’s sound is atmospheric, shifting moods and energies whichever way she sees fit.
A leader of Hong Kong’s growing electronic music scene and a long-standing female maverick in the overall Asian scene, Ocean Lam holds residences at Hong Kong’s top underground clubs, oma and Social Room, while serving as Social Room’s Music Director. She tirelessly works and collaborates regularly with local DJs and crews, as well as exposing the local audience to regional a...
As a film critic and scholar, Dan-Neo is a firm believer in storytelling. His DJ sets often bring you ups-and-downs by merging different genres across countries and eras, drawing elements from disco, house, techno, dub-step and more. He can demonstrate an effortlessness of going from hard bangers to soft chill-out tunes, and vice versa. The unique texture of his sound is a result of adopting both minimal and maximal approaches to musical selection and mixing skill. Nonetheless, his musical taste is deeply rooted in those beats and tunes that embrace a cinematic and cosmic tone.
Dan-Neo has been honing his skills as a DJ after he joined Acadana - the best kept secret in Hong Kong - back in 2016. Apart from managing parties and events at Acadana, he regularly plays at different bars and clubs across Hong Kong, such as, 宀 Club, Ruby, Oma and Social Room. Dan-Neo's carefully curated selection also brings him to other respected underground venues across the globe, such as, Oil Club in Shenzhen...
DJ Fu has played in many cities across the globe including London, Hong Kong, New York, Los Angeles, Berlin, Manchester in world class venues such at Matter, Ministry of Sound, The End as well as at various promotions including Marky and Friends, Mixmag, Metropolis, Urban Nerds, Ape, One Nation.
Fu is one of the few Drum & Bass DJ’s of recent times who has managed to be recognised purely for his talent on the decks. After winning a DJ competition for Source, DJ Fu won a residency at Oxford’s most prestigious drum and bass night, following in the footsteps of Total Science, Baron and DJ Lee who have all held residencies there.
Growing up in New York City, DJ Tynee ( Real name Elaine Shin ) had a strong passion for electronic music that became apparent by age 7; the year she became a proud owner of her first Ghetto Blaster. From that moment on, a lifelong love affair ignited, as she paired music with everything she did. Submerging herself in music earned her an abundance of music knowledge. From Miami Freestyle to the UK New Romantic sound, soulful House to the origins of Electro Breakbeat, she was con-
stantly seeking the world for fascinating new music. DJ Tynee’s obsession with music and all its meticulous details were perhaps a sign of things to come.
Returning to Hong Kong, she was overwhelmed by the underground U.K. Progressive and Breakbeat club movement taking place at the time. This was a time when DJ heavy- weights like Sasha and John Digweed first surfaced in Hong Kong. She got a chance to work with a major promoter who debut’d international legends like Sven Vath, Deep Dish ( Dubfire and Sharem Jey), Carl Cox...
From early days in Lan Kwai Fong, to a fateful night at Soul Healing in 2014, Just Bee has taken an insatiable hunger for the perfect sound, and has become one of the region’s next big tastemakers and an icon of this drum and bass scene. Inspired by the likes of labels such as Dispatch, Hospital, Critical, Exit Records and CIA, the tastemaker combines an insatiable hunger for new sounds, roots in dubstep and drum and bass, and a tight, driving mixing style with which she commands the room. She fills the night with wave after wave of sonic depth in her quest to bring sounds to the world only best experienced in Hong Kong and South China’s underground. She has garnered support from Hong Kong’s underground institutions - namely Heavy Hongkong, Ecstatic Bass and Buondodhi - and has played in some of the city’s biggest festivals and venues including Outlook, Clockenflap, Oil Club, Drop, Club Sector, Basement, XXX, Oma and Social Room...
As a professional, K.Woon has curated immersive atmospheres for luxury, sportswear, and food & beverage brands in commercial spaces.
She is obsessed with crate-digging when traveling. Her academic work examines how emerging technologies such as AI, streaming platforms, social media are reshaping the music discovery experience, and suggests ways to create sustainability in the creative industry.
She is now dedicated to curating a sound of her own in the underground space
Romi’s sound has developed into a strain of techno/ house that is consistently directed towards generating an atmospheric abyss.
His sets are deep, yet pure – even filled with a certain degree of emptiness. It is this emptiness which invites the listener to get lost on an individual journey of possibilities.
Residencies/ Venues played: Mystik (Seoul), Yumla (Hong Kong), Oma(Hong Kong), Korner (Taipei), Vurt (Seoul), The Observatory (Saigon), Savage (Hanoi), TAG (Chengdu) and many more.
Anthony has been apart of Hong Kong’s underground scene over a decade. His first resident at homebase, And the 10 to10 (10pm to10am) Vinyl only parties quickly made a name for himself in Hong Kong and throughout Asia.
Arthur Bray is one of the Hong Kong/Shanghai/London-based collective Yeti Out, the 30-year-old has worn plenty of hats – model, DJ, editor… the list goes on. This flexibility is something he’s emphasised for Yeti Out, which started as a party-promoting music collective that has now branched out into everything from art shows, a record label and a creative agency. And of course, more parties.
Well-known DJs on the Hong Kong and Shanghai party circuit, Arthur and his twin brother Tom are pushing the envelope for underground music in Asia. They’re helping genres such as grime, garage, Afrobeat, bass music, house and techno gain momentum in a city that’s probably better known for its EDM or pop-filled nightclubs than anything else. Right now, they’re setting their sights on local events such as Sonar and Art Basel in March, while concurrently working on an audiovisual set for their record label, Silk Road Sounds. Get to know Yeti Out here – and make sure to catch one of their crazy parties soon.
Aymeric is a music lover and DJ based in Hong Kong since 2014. He focuses on offering one-of-a-kind experiences to the local community.
Aymeric is passionate about music, events and people. The last few years have led him to start new projects which aim to have a positive impact on city and people’s lives including the Hong Kong branch of the international Solar Sound System network, and the bespoke wellness studio IKIGAI.
Having found The Ecstatic Bass crew in Macau with South China’s Dubstep pioneer N1D, with his musical background and contributions to the scene since his early age, this rudebwoy from Macau has been pushing different kind of Bass-driven music and Sound System Culture with his crew from one city to another. BudBall’s sets has gained trust across the scenes by countless shows in Hong Kong, China and different Asian cities with main man in the game including Coki, Loefah, Swindle, Mungo’s Hi-Fi, Brother Culture, Flava D, Bok Bok, Doc Scott, Stray etc. Regularly making appearances at festivals and major club nights, being a fixed icon in the bass music community with his sounds and high energy mixing style. His Ecstatic Bass nights with guests like Joe Nice, Goth-Trad, Madam X, Sinjin Hawke & Zora Jones has constantly brewing the local scene, providing a different club night experience for the youth. His selections switching at ease from Reggae, Dub, UK Bass to Grime, Garage, Dubstep, Juke and Footwork to Jungle. Heavyweight could be the way to describe the sets he delivers, expect dubplates & unreleased materials from Ecstatic Bass Macau producers and his selections of deadly weapons for the dancefloor.
Casey Anderson’s take on house and techno is based on his deep respect for dance music’s roots: Detroit techno, Soul Train funk, and cosmic German electronic music. Ignoring charts, trends and clichés, his DJ sets are playful and unpredictable. Casey is constantly connecting new dots between obscure, classic and futuristic 4/4 dance music without shying away from the unexpected 80s synthpop or a disco anthem at peak hour.
In 2013 the American-born DJ released his first tracks on Italian label Opilec Music (alongside inspirations like Derrick May and Todd Terje) before joining fellow Hong Kong DJ Frederic Neve to launch Typhoon 8 Records where he has continued to release deep, dubby techno and house. Scoring his first DJ residencies at leading underground spots Yumla and Bassment, since 2009 he's played the closing slot at the city's Clockenflap Music Festival twice, and after co-founding the party collective Humdrum he frequently hosted and supported international guests like Deetron, Jimpster...
An artist with a minimal online presence, Commodo is one of an increasingly rare few who make waves through the strength of their music alone. He builds bass-focussed beats with soul and substance that never perpetuate a formula, distancing himself from contemporaries with ingenious sampling and sound design influenced by his long-time affinity with the vibrancy of hip hop.
2018 is looking bright for Dan Stezo. As a part of acclaimed Dutch Drum and Bass producer Lenzman’s The North Quarter imprint, Dan’s introspective lyrics, unique style and approach are finding ways to new stages and listeners worldwide. Lyrically Dan Stezo developed a characteristic style. Positivity and open-mindedness as the core to his approach. Stylistic reminiscent of Hiphop's 90s and a chosen few Drum and Bass MC’s as inspiration. With earlier releases on the most seminal imprints such as Metalheadz and Hospital and Vandal collaborating with the likes of Redeyes and Hugh Hardie, Dan Stezo has carved out a unique position in the soulful quarters of the Drum and Bass spectrum.
Ellbe Chan Dj is a locally bred DJ, began her career in 2007 after noticing DJ's like Thierry Wils. With falling in love with electronic music and the scene meant in 1991, Ellbe decided to purchase some decks and try her hand on DJing.
Her first entry into DJing for practice was when she held a residency at I Club, having then escalated into Ellbe headlining with group Smile HK and located at different city to play her music. Ellbe absolutely rocks dance floors at any given time with her sophisticated blend of deep house, minimal and techno that are inspired by the like of Daniel Watts, Recondite, Rampa and Pametex. Watching out for Ellbe Chan's technical skills as it's one of the most memorable and amazing dance floor experience.
Hugo first discovered underground house and techno when he worked as an event photographer in 2010. The bold and mesmerizing tunes he heard at legendary venues Yumla and Bassment piqued his interest in the art of DJing.
With his photography on hiatus since 2017, Hugo now plays consistent, well-curated sets to diverse audiences. Hugo's taste in 4/4 dance music can best be described as “very deep”, but he also enjoys experimenting with hip hop and indie rock – the two genres he grew up with - when the moment is right. Arriving at each gig with an external hard drive worth of uncompressed music, there are always the right tunes at Hugo's disposal, for a bar session, club night or beach party.
Hugo has played at some of Hong Kong's most notable events and venues including Acadana, Fauve Radio, Mihn Club, Oma, Schweinehund Teknival and Shi Fu Miz Festival.
Johnny Hiller has been riding the waves of the international club scene since the early 90s through creating reputable and forward thinking parties, including the London/Tokyo based Lasermagnetic & Hong Kong based Otaku Sound System. Being associated with the underground balearic/disco revival in London, Johnny has been invited to play clubs including Fabric in London, Club Air in Tokyo, Cookies in Berlin, Nouveau Casino in Paris amongst others. Whilst DJ’ing for the best part of the last 2 decades, he has released music on his own imprint 'Spacemachine Recordings'. Johnny’s latest venture is The Music Room at Potato Head, an audiophile and vinyl only space that has put Hong Kong on the map for representing good music culture.
With a sound born in Mannheim, developed in Frankfurt and refined in Berlin, German DJ Max Davis began his career in 2011. A recognized face at clubs such as Parker Lewis, Loft Club, Hafan 49 and Four Knox.
Following his move to Berlin in 2017, the unique underground music scene has played a big role in shaping his sound. Max Davis performed at venues such as Hoppetosse, Chalet or Minimal Bar.
His DJ-sets incorporate techno and house music with minimal and breakbeat, while continuing to experiment with sounds he discovers.
Muggsy is a British dnb artist from Port Talbot in South Wales UK who currently lives in Hong Kong. He writes liquid drum and bass music under the name of Muggsy and Magnetic Soul. He has music signed to Soulflex, Liquid Brilliants and Soul Deep Recordings in Los Angeles.
Nanogram is the Hong Kong-based DJ project of Jason Ng. Since 2017, Nanogram has evolved through different genres ultimately finding his own unique style of blending techno, industrial and experimental electronic music. Heavily inspired by post-punk and industrial music culture, Nanogram has since determined to bring the dystopian sound to Hong Kong. Realizing the lack of
well-tuned sound systems and a music-focused venue in Hong Kong, which limits the possibility to enjoy the far left segment of electronic music, Nanogram found a team of like-mined and driven individuals to build 宀 Club together, and started his event series at the club – Entropy 熵, which emphasizes on experimentation on the art of selection, mixing and live performances.
Nanogram is a resident DJ of 宀 Club, and has performed alongside Phase Fatale, Mr. Ho, Sinus O, and more. He has also performed at a renowned experimental venue in Tokyo, KGR Tokyo, and has contributed a podcast mix to C-Kay’s Coma Hole series.
An American dub and reggae connoisseur previously based in Hong Kong, The Groove Thief [TGT] currently lives in Denver, Colorado, USA. Including the influential Pomegranate club residency, TGT promoted hundreds of events in the 852, leading the South China Morning Post to name him “among Hong Kong’s leading arbiters of musical taste.”
In Colorado with his Pomegranate Hi Fi sound system, TGT has organized backyard boogies, guerrilla pop-ups, and sponsored collaborations, plus he’s rapidly becoming a leading American voice celebrating reggae and sound system culture. Beyond releasing live sets, mashups, and mixes, he also hosts monthly “Reggae Transfusion” and “Dub Palace” radio shows for KGNU, and is a regular guest host of the famed “Reggae Bloodlines” show. In addition, he’s a co-founder of the Hong Kong-based Pomegranate Sounds record label, which has released music from both local and international artists.
Yadin plays a jumble of spooky noise, wonky disco, voguey house, b-boy electro and loose-limbed techno from his favourite labels like Osare!, Discos Capablanca, Atrophy and more so if these words sound interesting to you there is a good chance that you will dance rather than stare.
While living in Singapore, he co-ran the notoriously decadent after-hours series Breakfast Club and later held a residency at Headquarters - where his off-kilter selections made him an ideal supporting act for visiting DJs like Black Merlin and Intergalactic Gary.
Currently based in Hong Kong, he is now a resident of 宀 and their flagship industrial/ebm/techno night - Entropy 熵. He also co-runs RADIO HURUHARA, a mix series focused on the stranger side of electronic music.