A true virtuoso of the turntables, Abel Rogers first stepped up to the decks back in 1998 and has spent 8 years as an ambassador for legendary DJ brand Technics. His talents have taken him around the globe, spinning in Paris, New York, Mexico City & Miami next to renowned artists such as Soul Clap, Danny Krivit, Quentin Harris, Black Coffee, Mr.V, Dj Yass, Copyright, Simon Dunmore, Amine K, DJ Deep, Franck Roger, Francois K, John Morales and many more.
It was as a child when Abel first became fascinated by everything funk and soul. This, in turn, led him to his deep love and appreciation of disco and the many genres of house music. Abel's style is heavily influenced by both deep and tech house, with hints of afro and soul layered in for good measure.
The former resident of France's legendary Rancho Club, the always in-demand DJ is now based in Hong Kong where he is the Music Director for Aqua Group as well as one of the resident DJ's for the world-famous Drop.
ADIPTA, ‘Autonomous Drone Insect Purge Them All’, an idea inspired by Netflix series Black Mirror. The idea of itself is just a heavy journey of seeking a peaceful world. As a DJ & promoter & Graphic designer, all the amazing THUR's flyers are done by himself, he believes everyone has the ability to make music. They just need support and guidance to discover what works best for them. held parties with different collectives to promote Hong Kong underground music.
Composer, DJ, sound artist, producer’ no matter how you call him, Alexmalism (aka Alex Yiu) is perhaps never afraid of expending his own artistic expression through breaking boundaries in between forms and disciplines. Based in Hong Kong, Alex draws inspiration from minimalism, industrial, trance, vogueing and even classical music to create his own eclectic sound world. In his live set, Alexmalism cooperates violin playing on top of his music, reflecting his musical background in both classical and improvisational tradition...
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.
Born and raised in Hong Kong,Arun has been in love with house music since his early teenage years, probably brought about from listening to his dad's collection of disco and all sorts of retro bits from his impeccable record collection. After picking up a pair of low-torque turntables at the age of 16, it wasn't long before his mixing skills got him a first residency at a small bar in the city. He now stays between Hong Kong and London, making and playing the music he loves.
Ashwin Khosa is a recording artist and DJ, born and raised in Hong Kong. He began in 2008 at the age of 16, but later moved to New York as his original productions were picked up by industry leaders such as Marco Carola, Joseph Capriati and Paco Osuna. Ashwin’s tunes became common at prime events like Marco Carola’s Music On. Striking an impressive balance between underground cool and upscale class, he combines industrial warehouse sounds with intricate microhouse and jazz grooves, always in equilibrium of electronic and organic. He now performs around the world with residencies from the United States to Asia. Publications worldwide regard him as “artist to watch” and one of “Hong Kong’s most successful music exports.”