Turning up the dance beats

Eelke Kleijn (left) spins it up at the Wet Deck with Malaysian dance stalwart Terence C (right).

WET Sessions features Eelke Kleijn up on WET Deck at W Kuala Lumpur tonight.

Three albums into a well-established yet still rapidly ascending career, Kleijn is very much in his element.

His latest artiste album, Moments Of Clarity, is the apex of his work so far, blending progressive, ambient, epic breakbeat, deep house and melodic techno in perfect harmony to create an album that is as at home on the dance floor as it is on the home stereo.

His remixes for the likes of John Legend, Pendulum and James Newton Howard, and Jennifer Lawrence are also testament to his ability to reach wider audiences without giving up on his core values.

W resident Adam Khan is also in the mix for a night of dance fun.W resident Adam Khan is also in the mix for a night of dance fun.

With a background playing piano, guitar and bass and a healthy sideline in composing for film and TV, his productions are imbued with a deep sense of musicality and emotion, always engendering a strong sense of space, place and occasion.

His work scoring Hollywood blockbusters such as Rush, Parker and This Means War have been met with great acclaim.

Local progressive stalwart Terence C takes on support duties as does W resident Adam Khan.


12th Floor, 121, Jalan Ampang, KL

6pm to 2am. Free entry before 9.30pm/ RM50 after 9.30pm. For information and RSVP: 03-2786 8888/ 012-347 9088 (WhatsApp). E-mail: Bf.wkualalumpur@whotels.com

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