Five things to do this weekend: 3 - 5 July
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License to Disco
After a huge performance earlier this year, Osunlade is back in the basement at Kyo. Expect primal rhythms and lots of soul, coupled with the sounds of Mike Steva.
3 July from 9pm at Kyo. More info here.
Tech Queiro Presents: Coran
Joining the Tech Quiero team is Bangkok-based heavy hitter Coran, the man responsible for many of the capital's best parties. Part of an ongoing DJ exchange programme, it seeks to give a platform for strong regionally based DJs to play outside of their home territory.
4 July from 10pm at Kilo Lounge. More info here.
Splash Sundays Launch Party
A low-key alternative to the glitz of Singapore's beach clubs, listen to house and disco with some of Singapore's best known DJs such as Stephen Day and Drew Waterhouse. An unfussy, laid back affair with some very punchy drinks prices, you don't have to go all the way down to Sentosa to get your toes wet.
5 July from 2pm at Owl Bar. More info here.
Stars and Stripes
Beer pong, board shorts and bikinis in Singapore's premier beach club. With DJs from Boston's Tyler Made and LA's Parrish James, expect all-American jams and hip hop in this sun-filled beach bonanza.
5 July from 2pm at Tanjong Beach Club. More info here.
Long Chim Industry Night
The Land of the Smiles meets Independence Day. For those with true grit, head here for great American-inspired cocktails by mixologist Jay Gray and Asian snacks. Tucked away above the casino at Marina Bay Sands, it's the best spot to close out the weekend with hip hop on the deck by the guys from Eyes To The Front.
5 July from 10pm at Long Chim Bar. More info here.
- Image: Tanjong Beach Club, Long Chim Bar, Stephen Day, Coran, Mike Steva
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