HK Magazine - - NIGHTLIFE -

Catch The Skatal­ites on their first full head­line set in Hong Kong—also their only stop out­side Ja­pan on their Asia tour—next month at Hang Out. The band has been plug­ging Caribbean mento into Amer­i­can jazz and blues ever since their de­but in Ja­maica in 1964. Book a chance to see these fore­fa­thers of the rock­steady and reg­gae gen­res be­fore tick­ets sell out—’cos they’re sell­ing fast.

Oct 4, 8pm. Hang Out, 1/F, Youth Out­reach Jockey Club, 2 Holy Cross Path, Sai Wan Ho, $450 from; $520 at the door. Mel­low Yel­low The Un­der­ground is turn­ing those amps down for the first edi­tion of Mel­low Yel­low, an acous­tic show com­pris­ing an in­cred­i­ble lineup of Hong Kong tal­ent in­clud­ing singer-song­writer Mr Muk, in­die-folk duo The Folk Ups (look out for their ran­dom dose of banjo and har­mon­ica sounds) and The In­terZone Col­lec­tive with their bizarre ar­ray of per­cus­sion. Sep 24, 9pm. The Hub, 1/F, For­tune Build­ing, 150-158 Lock­hart Rd., Wan Chai, $100 from un­der­ and ZUK stu­dios (Room 2601, 26/F, Ho King Com­mer­cial Cen­tre, 2-16 Fa Yuen St., Mong Kok); $130 at the door.

Night Owls Hip-hop Night

Got an empty Fri­day night slot this month?

Pablo el Di­ablo, LBD Soundsys­tem and Fun Bobby will be turn­ing it up with tracks tak­ing you from old skool an­thems to more con­tem­po­rary tunes. Sep 30, 9pm. Otto Lounge, 4/F, Grand Progress Build­ing, 15-16 Lan Kwai Fong, Cen­tral, ot­ Free.

The Skatal­ites Live

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