Studio Presents: Push Showcase with Frankie Lam and AKW
They’ve worked with the Clockenflap festival team, they’ve created large scale parties such as Summer Daybreak, Sky Party and Splash, and now they’re hitting up Studio: Let Push resident DJs Frankie Lam and AKW ease you into the weekend with their underground electronic beats. Jul 29, 10pm. Studio, 1/F, On Hing Building, 1 On Hing Terrace, Central, free; RSVP at pushshowcase. pelago.events for entry. Dress code: No shorts, beachwear, sportswear or flip flops.
Hungry Monday: Sharam Jey
We officially have less than half of the year to go. You probably had all those resolutions about making the most of your week and your year.
How about hitting up the club on a Monday?
You can, thanks to D-i: Get your fix of groovy deep house with King Kong Records label boss Sharam Jey on the decks. Aug 1, 10pm. Dragon-i, U/G, The Centrium, 60 Wyndham St., Central,
$200 at the door.
Ozone Presents: DJ Antwone
Kick off the weekend with some positive vibes with DJ Antone’s funky house music at Ozone: If the beats don’t make you feel like you’re on top of the world, the 118/F views of the harbor will. Jul 23, 10pm. Ozone, 118/F, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Rd. West, West Kowloon, $150 at the door, includes one drink. Signed to Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak, Ministry of Sound Australia, and Laidback Luke’s Mixmash labels, and named number one DJ in South Australia two years in a row, Aussie club producer Uberjak’d will be revving up Cubic at the end of July. Jul 30, 10pm. Club Cubic, 2/F, Hard Rock Hotel, City of Dreams, Estrada do Istmo, Cotai, Macau, $250 at the door. Is it possible for peacock-themed bar Ophelia to get even more glamorous? Apparently so: Half Japanese-Brazilian and half DJ-model, Gaby Endo hits the decks with her distinct deep house. Jul 23, 9pm. Ophelia, Shop 39A, 1/F, Lee Tung Avenue,
Wan Chai, free entry. Kee Presents: Sol Passion Music 3rd Anniversary with Stefano Ritteri
Sol Passion Music, aka the DJ sifus of Hong Kong, celebrates its third birthday with special guest, Italian and London-based producer Stefano Ritteri. Head to Kee for the party. Jul 22, 10pm. Kee
Club, 6/F, 32 Wellington St., Central, $100 from eventbrite.hk, $150 at the door. Against the Current plays what’s billed as “intelligent pop songs.” The pop rock trio from Poughkeepsie, New York made it big on YouTube before breaking into the gig scene. They’re back in Hong Kong to tour their latest album, “In Our Bones.” Sep 16, 8pm. MacPherson Stadium, 38 Nelson St., Mong Kok, $450-750 (VIP with meet and greet) from cityline.com. The Heavy series of concerts by The Underground returns, to the glee of all Hong Kong metalheads. Check out four bands: Feel of All with their
Hong Kong-style punk, melodic hardcoreists
The Priceless Boat who are down to get angry and political, OI Squad with old school punk, all before hard rock vets Maniac clean up the moshpit for the night. Aug 4, 8pm. Orange Peel, 2/F, 38-44 D’Aguilar St., Central, $90 from undergroundhk. com, $120 at the door; both include one drink.
Uberjak’d Against the Current: In Our Bones World Tour