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Dis­clo­sure

Guy and Howard Lawrence, aka the broth­ers be­hind Bri­tish house/elec­tro duo Dis­clo­sure, are hit­ting up Hong Kong this sum­mer for the first time ever. Twice nom­i­nated for a Grammy and loved for their pop col­labs with stars like

The Weeknd, Lorde and Sam Smith, you can bet tick­ets will be sell­ing like elec­tro hot­cakes.

Aug 12. Hall 10, Asi­aWorld-Expo, Hong Kong In­ter­na­tional Air­port, Chek Lap Kok, $580-880 from hk­tick­et­ing.com.

Vo­lar x Love & Beats Present Naka­dia From hum­ble be­gin­nings in a ru­ral vil­lage in Koh Sa­mui to in­ter­na­tional DJ star, self-made Thai EDM princess Naka­dia will be work­ing the turnta­bles with her deep house, tech house and techno sounds at Vo­lar. May 27, 10pm. Vo­lar, B/F, 38-44 D’Aguilar St., Cen­tral, $250 from tick­et­flap.com/naka­dia, en­try be­fore 12:30am with two drinks, or one drink there­after; $300 at the door be­fore 12:30am, $350 there­after, both with two drinks. For­mer artists-turned-DJ-trio Jake Car­pen­ter, Louis Kha and Mikul Wing bring their sig­na­ture dreamy house and vis­ual art-in­flu­enced tunes to Stu­dio. May 20, 11:30pm. Play, 1/F, On Hing Build­ing, 1 On Hing Ter­race, Cen­tral, free, re­serve from au­to­graph.pelago.events. Body & Soul in Hong Kong

Leg­endary 90s New York party Body & Soul comes to Taz­ma­nia Ball­room for one night only. Bring­ing a trifecta of disco/funk, dance and elec­tro are

DJs Danny Kriv­its, Joe Claus­sell and co-founder François K him­self. If you’re look­ing for that clas­sic New York sound, don’t miss it. Jun 8, 10:30pm. Taz­ma­nia Ball­room, 1/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyn­d­ham St., Cen­tral, $300 at the door. DJ Jef­frey Su­to­rius from Dutch elec­tronic trio Dash Ber­lin is in­deed dash­ing, but he also boasts a pretty im­pres­sive CV of never drop­ping be­low the top 15 in DJ Mag’s global rank­ings for the past six years. A reg­u­lar Ul­tra, Zouk­out, To­mor­row­land, Cream­fields and EDC Las Ve­gas headlining act, Su­to­ri­ous brings an elec­tro/ house set to Zen­tral this month. May 26, 10pm. Zen­tral, 4-5/F, Cal­i­for­nia Tower, 32 D’Aguilar St., Cen­tral, $388-688 from DashBer­linHK. eventbrite. com. VIP tick­ets in­clude a glass of bub­bly, pri­or­ity en­try and give­aways. K-pop gods Su­per Ju­nior, all 57 of them

(kid­ding: there are only 13, but seven of them are cur­rently serv­ing in the army), head to Ma­cau’s Stu­dio City for a mini con­cert to meet the fans and to cel­e­brate their 10-year ca­reer. For the su­per­fans who care: Lee­teuk, Heechul, Ye­sung, Kan­gin, Rye­owook and Kyuhyun will be mak­ing ap­pear­ances. All tick­ets are seated. Will you be able to stay in your seat? May 28, 8pm. Stu­dio

City Event Cen­ter, Stu­dio City Ma­cau, Estrada do Istmo, Co­tai, Ma­cau, $580-1,580 from aegtick­et­ing. com, stu­dioc­ity-ma­cau.com or hk­tick­et­ing.com. Indie rock fans are in luck, be­cause the Grammy-nom­i­nated twin sis­ters are back in town! Af­ter a fan­tas­tic set at Clock­en­flap in 2013 and hot on the heels of their eighth al­bum re­lease in June, Cana­dian indie queens Te­gan and Sara re­turn to the city for a one-night-only con­cert at KITEC. Jul 28, 8pm. Ro­tunda 3, KITEC, 1 Trade­mart Drive, Kowloon Bay, $588 from hk­tick­et­ing.com

(all stand­ing). It’s rainy sea­son, and our sis­ter SAR is bring­ing in the stormy weather with the King of K-pop him­self, Rain. Part of his first world tour in years, Rain will be slick­ing the Vene­tian stage for one night only with his fa­mous dance skills, smooth pipes— and wash­board abs—be­fore head­ing off to Ja­pan, Europe and the US. Jun 4, 8pm. Co­taiArena, The Vene­tian Ma­cao, $380-1,680 (VIP) from hk­tick­et­ing. com. Add $108 for a round-trip Co­tai Wa­ter Jet ferry ticket be­tween Hong Kong and Ma­cau.

The Bol­lands are back! The foot-stomp­ing hus­band-and-wife indie folk duo were main­stays of the Hong Kong gig scene, but they re­turned to their Kiwi home a year ago. They’re com­ing back for a one-off gig to­gether with lo­cal rock­ers Tango and Snatch, play­ing all-new ma­te­rial. If you missed them the last time they were in Hong Kong, don’t make the same mis­take twice. Jun 25, 9pm. Hong Kong Brew House, G/F & Base­ment, 21 D’Aguilar St., Cen­tral, $100 at the door, in­cludes one drink.

Te­gan and Sarah

Rain: The SquallI

Stu­dio Presents: Au­to­graf

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