Techno vibes to the fore

  • Metro News
  • Friday, 18 Oct 2019

DJ Kuma is back from another jaunt in Europe and he will definitely be serving up some smashing tunes to get the crowd pumped up and ready to dance.

TALES of the Terrace with Circuitbreaker and Kuma at Le Noir KL’s Rooftop tonight.

Circuitbreaker started his passion for music in the late 1980s with a love for early electro, then moving through genres such as acid house, techno, breakbeats and deep house.

With a music collection that literally spans decades, his sets truly demonstrate the often clichéd “journey”, playing the latest rocking tunes, hypnotising bass lines, undiscovered gems and some pure grin-inducing, hands-in-the-air classics.

Circuit breaker has been a regular on the Kuala Lumpur scene for awhile and is a familiar face, especially in Le Noir KL.

Kuma, meanwhile, is back from a Euro jaunt that saw him feature on the decks in Amsterdam, Berlin and Ibiza, plus another one of his Jungle Experiences in Koh Phangan.

He will be serving up techno, from deep and dark to minimal, acid and industrial all night long.

His decade-long affair with electronic music has made him one of the most in-demand artistes in the Asian electronic music soundscape, gigging around the world from Ibiza to Berlin, from Myanmar to Tokyo, hosting his own radio shows on Frisky Radio and a weekly mix on Ibiza Radio 1, and delivering the freshest music and tightest sets worthy of acclaim and long nights of dance floor action.

In the Club Lounge, meanwhile, Blackout with DJs Kooler, Mie, Keyoshi, Duaplo and MC Clad playing R&B, hip-hop, trap and open format music. Downstairs, it’s J Dougie in the mix.


Unit H-G-07, The Hive, TREC,

Lot 435, Jalan Tun Razak, KL

Free entry until 1am. RM40 (with one drink) after. Downstairs free entry. To reserve your spot: Book online: Email: Phone/WhatsApp: 012-224 5416.

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