Fifteen years after first performing in Thailand, British musician expat Goldie will celebrate large next month by bringing his new musical identity to a dance hall in Soi Sukhumvit 31.
For three hours Goldie will step out of his drum ‘n bass comfort zone and delve into genres including hymn, ambient jazz and classical-inflected electronica as Subjective. It’s a collaboration with sound engineer James Davidson, half of drum ‘n bass duo Ulterior Motive.
The show will be Subjective’s first performance in Asia and comes nearly two years after it released its debut album Act One: Music For Inanimate Objects. Swedish house and techno DJ The Outsider will open at the November event.
The event, organized by electronic music and DJ promoter Six Six Asia, will take place 10pm on Nov. 7 and go on till late at The Emperor’s Secret on Soi Sukhumvit 31. Tickets are THB599 and available online.
Born Clifford Joseph Price, Drum n’ Bass icon, visual artist and actor; Goldie now lives in Thailand and recently opened Aurum Gallery in Soi Charoen Krung 30 showing street and contemporary works curated by the 55-year-old musician.
10pm – late, Nov. 7
The Emperor’s Secret
Soi Sukhumvit 31, Khlong Toei Nua, Watthana
BTS Phrom Phong