Sorry, this event’s been and gone


Fri Dec 2 2016, 10:00pm–3:00am

Where: Kilo Lounge, 21 Tanjong Pagar Road #01-02/04, Tanjong Pagar, Singapore

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • Cost: $20.00


Listed by: oliviahte

Almost there, but not quite—still, we know everyone’s been waiting for such a long time for the return of Kilo Lounge, and we can’t contain our excitement either. In the spirit of the very first Kilo Lounge, we’re throwing our second series of Under Construction parties over the weekend so you can get a preview of our new, raw space—not 100% there yet, but still great enough to have a good party—to get you by until our official opening at a date that will be announced soon.

The very first of Kilo Lounge’s Under Construction parties will see Baikal & the Drifter warming up the decks in our brand new home.

About the Artists:
Baikal resides in Berlin and makes multi-layered electronic music for the heart, mind, and feet—preferably all at the same time. He’s done this on the first release for Maeve (a joint venture with Mano Le Tough and The Drifter), as well as for remixes of Ian Pooley for Innervisions and Isolee for Tamed Musiq.

Baikal believes that the music itself, and the abstract experience and the emotions it provokes, should tell enough of a story to entertain you as the listener—the persona behind the artist is of lesser importance.

The Drifter:
The Drifter is Mark Flynn, an Irish producer, DJ and singer. He grew up dabbling in different musical pursuits, from bands and choirs to folk and traditional, and a love for electronic music was born from his ventures into Dublin nightlife. A move to Berlin ensued soon after.

The Drifter's DJ style, like his productions, definitely leans towards the hypnotic, melodic and emotive side of electronic music, no matter what genre he is playing, be it House, Techno, or Disco. He learned his craft from DJing in bars and clubs, some of which he ran. One such nightclub was Passion Beat, which he ran in Berlin for over 3 years with his buddy Mano Le Tough.