Kilo Lounge & Tech Quiero presents: Dodgy Yamamoto (SG)
Friday, 25 December 2015
Venue: The 8th Floor at 66 Kampong Bugis, Singapore 338987
Time: 10pm till late
Tickets: No charge
Dress Code: Look fly — no flip-flops please.
Event Link: here
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Kilo Lounge has a 21-and-above age limit policy for club events.
Chief of Controlled Chaos & Head Hedonist of the extra-Spectaculaire, this once top level member of Ali Baba’s famous 40 thieves & ex-secret service ninja of Japan’s oniwaban intelligence agency has a darker side… Even the keenest of observers would never have guessed that YAMAMOTO, who oft dabbles in nonsensical business & miscellaneous hobbies such as international espionage, would one day become a trailblazing, scene driving, boogie inducing, equator circling dance music elite. A true purveyor of house music, DODGY YAMAMOTO’s profound passion for the lustful & filthy, together wth his keen ear for all things deep, dark & dirty, dives into the transcendental depths of underground house.
DODGY YAMAMOTO on the controls means the deepest, filthiest house grooves: techy, tribal rhythms with electronic sub-plots, dashes of dub, hints of jazz and splashes of old-school, all dished up to melt the dance floor. Over the years he has shared the stage with industry heavyweights Massive Attack, Kruder & Dorfmister, Tania Vulcano, Blond:ish, Francois Kevorkian, Martinez Brothers, Miguel Migs, Oliver $, Guti, Nicolas Matar, Willie Graff, Tato, Steve Lawler, Audiofly, Paul Oakenfold, Tony Humphries, Gilles Peterson, Dimitri From Paris, Martin Solveig, Dj Gregory, Alex From Tokyo, Dj Deep, Little Louie Vega, U.N.K.L.E, United Future Orginazation, Jazzanova, Rainer Truby , Bugz in the Attic, Phil Asher, Faze Action, Dj Cam, Soul II Soul, Lovebirds, Tensnake, Vincenzo, Copyright, Rasmus Faber, Reel People, and the list goes on… Aside, he is also behind music festivals such as Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide Festival Asia and the Avalon At Large Festival series.
With support from Tech Quiero residents Just-Not-Right and Oliver Osborne.