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When:

Sat Jul 25 2015, 10:00pm–4:00am

Where: Club kyō, 133 Cecil Street, Keck Seng Tower #B1-02, Raffles Place, Singapore

Restrictions: R21

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Website:

Listed by: debbiechia

RSVP for complimentary entry before 12.30am: https://rsvpd.co/list/1593218414278012

With:
Objekt
Puzzle
dyzfnktn
Haan

Visuals:
Burrows

After John Heckle and Tapirus for the last shift, mid-year’s Midnight Shift brings together Objekt aka TJ Hertz with Puzzle of Leisure System records and local boys dyzfnktn and Haan, comprising a techno meets bass lover’s midsummer dream.

At 28 years old, Objekt is one of the subversive curios that has emerged out of the techno world, yet has found ears in crossover scenes. Tracks such as ‘Cactus’, ‘Porcupine’, ‘The Goose That Got Away’ and his debut album ‘Flatland’ have all been critically acclaimed by both the critics and the dancefloor, showcasing a penchant for the disorder in the order; a kind of deconstructed dance that are at times, violent, machinic but also very much alive. As a DJ, he brings the same signature sensibilities to his sets that can only be described with one word: Objekt.

Joining him is Puzzle, representing member of the also Berlin-based record label Leisure Systems and resident Berghain night. His sets stepping on footwork, dubstep, techno and bass has supported the likes of Machinedrum, Lazer Sword, Jacques Greene and most recently Jimmy Edgar in Moscow.

On the local front, dyzfnktn aka Harv Chail, co-founder of the Phyla Digital label is no stranger to mixing up genres from house to drum & bass. As a loyal scene stalwart and evolving selector, his crates are as eclectic and diverse as is his deep and wide attitude towards music. Come through.

A salute to recently minted kyo resident Haan who will in no doubt be warming up for the night to unfold in the right direction, while Burrows takes control of the visual decks; his pixel manipulations adding to the night’s round-up of talent.

Join the shift: www.mnshift.net