English hardcore punk band Malevolence makes it debut tomorrow night at The Rock Pub starting at 7pm.
Singer Alex Taylor, guitarists Konan Hall and Josh Baines, bassist Wilkie Robinson and drummer Charlie Thorpe play a mixture of modern metal and hardcore punk.
Tickets are Bt900 available at The Rock Pub (Ratchathewi BTS station exit 2), or visit www.therockpubbangkok.com, Line: @therockpub, email: email@example.com, or by phone: (099) 191 5666.
All out with Olly
Newcastle born and bred DJ and producer Olly James is out to take Bangkok by storm and will be spinning his hottest hits at Insanity Nightclub on March 6.
Recognised as a new EDM talent, the Briton puts out monthly releases on big labels and makes guest appearances all around the world. He has collaborated with Blasterjaxx, Vinai, Moti and Julian Jordan and his solo releases “Code” and “Aruna” made it into the top 10 of the Beatport rankings.
Tickets are Bt500 for men and Bt400 for women with one free drink.
Book a table at (082) 731 8885.
In the groove
A distinctly charismatic DJ with a high level of experience as an electronic all-rounder, Mark Bale brings his powerful sets blending deep house, EDM, basshouse, trap, festival bigroom sounds and everything inbetween to Bangkok. You can find him at Insanity Nightclub on March 1.
Tickets are Bt400 for men and Bt300 for ladies with one free drink.
Call (082) 731 8885.
Wild and very wet
The Songkran boat party returns for its second year at Asiatique The Riverfront on April 13 in celebration of Songkran Day and this year is under the management of Singha Music & Mustache Takeover.
The lineup includes Atma (Kolour crew), Aneesh Medina and Peking Opera as well as underground international house and tech house DJs. Water guns and free water tanks are also part of the fun.
Early bird tickets are selling for Bt500 and Bt750 at www.eventpop.me and Bt1,000 at the door.
Loud and also very wet
Show DC is also marking the Thai New Year by hosting the Siam Songkran Music Festival at Oasis Outdoor Arena from April 1215.
The festival will have two stages – Siam Stage and Silk Stage – and feature EDM spins by artists such as Yellow Claw. Festival-goers will also get to experience Thainess through workshops and activities on everything from som tam to muay thai.
Find out more at Line: @siamsongkran.