Kilo Lounge presents a multi-sensory experience with Waifs & Strays (UK), supported by Shane O’Neill (IRE) and Patrick Oliver (USA).
Friday, 6 November 2015
Venue: The 8th Floor at 66 Kampong Bugis, Singapore 338987
Time: 10pm till late
Cover Charge: $20
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.
Waifs & Strays first appeared among the new wave of house-leaning producers to emerge from Bristol’s fertile music scene back in 2010, alongside friends like Eats Everything and Julio Bashmore. Their output spliced Amos Nelson’s love for traditional Chicago grooves with Rich Beanland’s bass-orientated background, and together they brought a unique take on house music which captured the imagination of party people around the world, from their hometown all the way to the USA and across Europe. Waifs & Strays announced their arrival with ‘Yeah, Yeah’ on Leftroom, which was named Essential New Tune by Pete Tong in 2011 and went on to become one of the year’s biggest hits. Waifs & Strays have cultivated a timeless sound, staying relevant and popular by sticking to what they believe in and going on feeling, rather than following trends. As a result they secured sets at some of the world’s best known and most influential clubs and festivals, including Fabric, DC10, Glastonbury and several dusty performances at Burning Man. 2014 saw Amos operating as a solo artist under the Waifs & Strays monicker, with Rich taking a sabbatical due to health issues. Going from a two-man https://www.adventureindubai.com/accutane-acne/ working relationship to riding solo can be a tough break for some, but for Amos it was a challenge that he relished. Now working alone, he’s pushed the project forward with a renewed zeal, dedicating his time and energy to bolstering his production skills with a clear vision of where the project is heading.
So a new chapter continues, but the ethos remains the same; to keep the dancefloor moving to a soundtrack of House music of the highest order. A simple mantra that will ensure Waifs & Strays remain a relevant force for years to come…