Getting off to a good start

music September 14, 2018 01:00

By THE NATION

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New music company Gene Lab records makes it debut with pop-rock outfit Three Man Down, who has just released the single “Phan Ta”.



Unlike the label, Three Man Down is not new to the scene, having formed five years ago and still featuring the same lineup: Krit Jeerapatananuwong on vocals, Peerapol “Toon” Iamjamras on guitar, Kijtimet “Ohm” Chanpanich on bass, Thaynan “Thay” Wongpreecha on drums and Witsarut “Seng” Pathomsiripaisal on synthesiser. The band participated in many competitions as it tried to get a foothold in the recording business. 

“We signed a contract with Gene Lab after taking part in the Band Lab contest,” says singer Krit. 

“The single was written by our guitarist Toon and the lyrics talk about a man who is secretly in love and hopes that one day the woman of his dreams will notice him.” 

Keep updated on the band’s movements at Facebook.com/threemandownofficial and Facebook.com/genelabrecords.

Aussie on the Throttle

Australian producer Throttle - one of the hottest names in dance music - will make his debut show in Thailand at Levels on Sukhumvit Soi 11 on October 4. 

The show starts at 9. Tickets are Bt300 for men and Bt200 for ladies, both with one drink.

Book a table at (082) 308 3246, or visit www.LevelsClub.com/events.

Krafty Kuts, a multi-award winning DJ and producer from the UK, will make his show at The Club at Koi on the 39th floor of Sathorn Square Tower on Sathorn Road this Saturday night from 9pm to 2am.

Kuts, who has been named “Best DJ” by Breakpoll and "Best International DJ" by DJ Mag, will spin a bass-heavy multi-genre mix of hip-hop, bass, breakbeats, funk, drum & bass and electro.

Tickets cost Bt300 with one drink at the door. Find out more at (02) 108 2005.

Music for a cause

Back To Life and Help Thai Foundation are joining forces to create an international music event at De Commune of Liberty Plaza Thonglor next Thursday night from 9pm to 2am to raise funds for an as yet unspecified good cause.

Guests include Pauli The PSM, the former drummer for Gorillaz and Sampha, and Khalil, who has performed at the prestigious Boiler Room, and is the co-founder of the London’s “Livin’ Proof” party series. They’ll be supported by Kade and DeLorean.

Tickets cost Bt300 available at the door. For more information, call (085) 330 8775 or visit Facebook.com/helpthaifoundation.

Idols in Khorat

Thai idol girl group Sweat 16 head up to Nakhon Ratchasima on Sunday for a mini concert on the stage of “Japan Discovery” at The Mall Khorat.

The 13-girl group will also visit radio stations NNK FM100.50 and 89.75 Sweetwave.

 For more information, please visit official fanpage at www.Facebook.com/SweatSixteen.