Weekend Bender with Haan & Yadin
Sunday, 25 June 2017
Venue: 21 Tanjong Pagar Road #01-02/04 S(088444)
Time: 10pm till late
Cover Charge: No cover before midnight, $20 after midnight
Event Link: here
No-work-Monday means an excuse for us to throw a Sunday party because we all like a weekend bender once in awhile!
Introducing Haan – the techno underdog of Singapore. With almost a decade’s worth of experience behind the console, it was his passion for vinyl records that kick started the self-taught DJ’s career. Since then, Haan has developed a unique style of house and techno music that’s brimming with groove, taking him across the deepest and darkest corners of the island’s clubbing circuit.
Describing his sound as dark yet melodic, Haan quotes the likes of TIN MAN, Redshape, Locked groove and Broken English Club as his musical inspiration. Staying true to his style—one that transcends genres—he brings it in a big way to the most discerning of dance floors. Recent years saw Haan on an upward trajectory, steadily paving his way to become a household name in the local nightlife scene. Haan caught the attention of TropicLab and was invited to join the collective shortly after. He was also on the bill for Super 0’s Openair Festival and things quickly escalated thereafter.
Haan markedly grew into his own; he created and ran his own nights –#ashtag at Kilo and LeftBank at Cato – to showcase emerging talents as well as veterans who hadn’t been behind the decks for some time. He is also a Promoter/DJ for local label Midnight Shift and has played alongside deck legends such as Berghain’s resident Answer Code Request, Kink, Deetron, Xhin, Oxia, Spencer Parker, Oliver Deutschmann, Surgeon on top of a list of talented DJs and producers from around the globe.
With all that had been accomplished thus far, there is no doubt that Haan looks set to stay in the circuit and fly the Singapore flag high across shores.
Probably best known for his involvement with Singapore’s notoriously decadent Breakfast Club after party series. His collection of left-field house and off-kilter techno has seen him steadily build a small but loyal following of dance floor freaks.
A proud member of Singapore’s small but vibrant electronic music community, Yadin Moha has built a reputation over the years for pushing a brand of house and techno which is sonically forward yet rooted in it’s history. A party with him at the controls will somehow take you back in time to the sweaty basements of Detroit and Chicago while propelling you forward to the cosmic outer reaches of who-the-hell-knows. Not one to take himself (and music) too seriously, his mischievous selections have endeared him to dance floors at home and abroad. Drop some Egyptian Lover in the middle of a thumping techno set? Why the hell not!