Demand for Eryk Gee's energetic DJ sets has seen him play all over Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney and the east coast of Australia, even making an International debut in Hungary in 2019.
With a hard hitting unique underground sound, it's no surprise that Eryk Gee's productions find themselves in the playlists of some of the scene's largest artists.
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.
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.
Hong Kong-based DJ and multimedia artist Busy Boi, has influenced by UK Underground and sound system culture, exploring the most unique selection. Except keep contributing in hometown, he was invited to spin in Taipei, Seoul, Thailand, and China. Busy Boi has attended and shared stage with Mars89’s China Tour last year, spread out the unique hardcore vibe.
As a founder of THUR, keep creating different content of music culture and subculture, making contributions to the young generation.
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...
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.
Jake Broome’s mixture of skills, knowledge and crowd pleasing tunes has boosted this 24 year old into the limelight of many nightclubs in Melbourne. Having started DJ’ing in May 2018 Jake’s passion and love for the Melbourne Music scene has seen him grow immensely as to where has has now supported some of the biggest names in the music industry such as Will Sparks, Joel Fletcher and even seen him support a few of his idols from growing up like Short Round, Travlos, Katt Niall & Heath Renata. Jake's growth within the Melbourne has also seen him grow to love new sounds such as House & Techno. Now giving it all a rinse Jake has supported big house names such as Noizu and played at venues such as New Guernica and Circus. Jake’s hasn’t been around for long but has been much loved around Melbourne boasting a huge array of events like Oktoberfest, Let Go Fest, Dreamland and nightclubs he’s played such as Cloud Nine, Code & The Bluestone in Ballarat.
JayMe may not be a familiar name globally, but try mentioning it to any credible DJ in HK, and you will be met with wide opened eyes and a big grin. Cuz he’s one of the most respected figure in the local scene. He grew up in the 70’s witnessing the disco boom first hand. He kept his love collecting records and going to parties for more than 30 years. Began DJing from 2013 alongside his medical career, earning the title “the Disco Doctor”. Started his own Loft style private club in 2015 called Acadana (literally means Party without a care) which has become the most cherished place amongst all underground DJs. Dabbled into Techno territory in 2017 playing at Teknival, Social Room etc. 2018 saw him did several unforgettable gigs at 宀club, the rising star of HK’s scene. Regardless of the genre he’s playing, JayMe is still deeply rooted in old skool NYC style with just one resident DJ for the whole night, à la Larry Levan or Junior Vasquez...
A prominent presence in Hong Kong's underground music scene, Jo.D has earned a reputation for consistently delivering tight, sophisticated American House, Acid, Electro and Techno sets to packed dance floors in the most cultured clubs in the region.
Founder of Vib., Jo.D is hosting her debut party this June (2019). For the first edition, her choice of foreign DJ is Shanghai’s resident of Elevator - Diamond Lil.
When she's not behind the decks at either of the two clubs at the epicentre of Hong Kong's underground movement - Social Room & Oma - Jo.D enjoys headlining at some of most well respected clubs, including 宀Club Hong Kong, The Council Singapore and Echobay Chongqing. Leveraging a unique eclectic taste backed by a strong technical skill set, Jo.D effortlessly interweaves intricate, hypnotic beats with textured, rhythmic industrial tracks to produce a fresh sound that's distinctly her own.
Notorious for his infamous “shoeys”, Josh Shoe is quickly rising up the ranks and making his mark on the scene. At the tender age of 18, this party and commercial DJ is seeing himself play numerous gigs across Melbourne’s biggest club nights, on a week-to-week basis.
Having started DJing at the mere age of 15, Josh shortly saw himself cemented on the Good Life Festival team, opening one of the main stages in 2014, whilst also touring around New Zealand in the same year. As well as this, doing guest-mixes on FOX FM and Novanation, playing multiple shows in Bali and sneaking into clubs underage (sorry mum).
In the years following, he has seen himself travel around the country, playing sets across Australia’s major cities at events such as Oktoberfest in the Gardens and Schoolies, just to name a few.
Whether he’s throwing it down behind the decks, or sinking bevs from shoes, it’s clear that Josh has a promising future ahead, with 2017 looking to be his biggest year yet!
Exposing themselves to the ever-evolving landscape of the house and techno pool, the Melbourne bred duo, consisting of Sean Rault & Oliver James, relish the lush workings of dance floors, bringing with them a zealous load of energy that they are candidly known for. With a lucid approach lending a hand to the old-school gears of the electronic music industry, the pair deliver floor-ready fire, while the anticipated studio output is beyond electric. Building an alliance over a decade in the clubs, the birth of Market Memories has bred an excess of house and techno expertise fit for the distinct enthusiast.
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.
Record collector, DJ, Producer and Label Owner of Klasse Recordings.
Over 15 years of collecting music and djing in clubs, Mr. Ho entertains crowds with his energetic and eclectic sets that are rooted in House, Techno, Disco, Electronica and dance music from all from all over the world.
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.
Sean Cheng, has addicted on Bass music for half year, especially on Footwork / Juke / Jungle average 160bpm, which is full of tight drum pattern and heavy bass-line. He will bring out his ghetto selection for the THUR comeback party’s intro, must be a fresh experience for bass music lover!
Growing up in New York, Stephen began his relationship with music playing ten years of jazz and classical trumpet, while enjoying a love for hip-hop on the side.
After four years studying in Montreal discovering electronic and house music, Stephen made a move to Hong Kong. At home he started messing around with vinyl, and soon joined Cliché Records under the name Sweet Talk.
Moving across many styles from house to ambient to disco to techno, Stephen brings his full energy every time to make the people boogie.
SUBEZ YETIis Hong Kong based DJ/selector and the founder of
Mean Gurls Club & Co- Founder of THUR. - a party focused on
pushing bass loving, dance heavy DJs regardless of gender roles.
Her parties have headlined the likes of Fractal Fantasy's Sinjin Hawke &
Zore Jone, Mixpak's Jubliee & The Large, Ratking's Sporting Life, Cyber 69,
As one of international collective Yeti Out’s resident DJs, & Soho House
resident DJs. Subez has shared/Opening stages with Nosaj Thing, Yaeji,
SG Lewis, N.A.A.F.I, UNIIQU3, Bohan Phoenix, Benji B, HIMAKERCHINX an
D33J, to name a few.
In just a short amount of time her genre hopping sets, which include
Global bass, Club, Ballroom, Jungle, Smooth R&B, Hip Hop to Dancehall,
have taken her from Tokyo to Seoul, Bangkok and beyond!
As an Electronic music producer & DJ with a background of metalcore band musician, Taste of Blue is obsessed with music that contains high energy level and strong rhythmic.
Driving by the influence of 90s’ Europe techno scene, T.O.B.’s style is a blend of dark, minimal, and industrial elements. He is constantly experimenting crossover between various music styles to make his music unconstrained by any particular genre.
Presenting an irresistible journey that your parents don’t like.