Looking for a place to get absolutely folked? Or rather fancy yourself a chilled out kinda night? Whatever you do – get out the damn house!
Also we’re sorry for the late post… But not that sorry.
Fri 23 Nov
Black Plague VOL. III
There’s nothing we love more than new concepts bringing fresh music. Music so fresh people don’t know what to make of it. So fresh that it’s controversial. But we like that kind of stuff. That’s why we’re listing Black Plague’s event as a go to start this weekend.
Afrobeat with Mr. Shay
Mr. Shay is back at Cafe Society! The man has quite a repertoire so come for the beats, stay for the fro. Mr. Shay will take you through soul, funk, hiphop and to places that you have never known.
A six hour vinyl dub, reggae and roots session – all on the dub side of the full moon. Come to Tigullio (dare I say the new Funky Monkey) and shake it out.
Sat 24 Nov
Featured event of the weekend:
Kathartropica –Multicultural Cathartic Cabaret
We present you Kathartropica! An event brought to life by resident live Brazilian producer, Indiia. Again, another event that breaks the mould of what a party should be like… A multicultural, electronic music cabaret; sounds just right.
From the promoter:
Dress Up with colours, flowers or vintage cabaret, anything which express your mood and personality, or if are you fro Japan dress like geisha or from Africa with body painting; Brazil carnivalesque style; Scotland with your highland dress; from anywhere around the world or even interstelar , we are multicultural, we want you the way you are nothing has to change. Vikings , Knights and Drag Queens are also welcomed, you can mix textures and create something new, the only matter is express yourself to celebrate with us equality, diversity, co creativity and love. Also the release of the first single with live set of our dearest Brazilian Goddess Indiia
THE RAVE – This Saturday
Carl Lautier pulls us back into the underground this weekend at The Playground in St. Julians. Dresscode is flourescent and colorful.
I Hate Models // Shift & Badbox // 24th November
A little bit on the expensive side, but if you know Shift & Badbox and appreciate good techno, this could be a lethal combination for a hell of an event.