Wednesday, 22.11.2017

Eklectronic at HUSH Unique Party Planned at HUSH this Sat


HUSH is pairing up with Vivid Rhythms this Saturday to present a unique night they’ve called Eklectronic. The concept is to combine various artistic mediums from painting to percussion to provide a multi-sensory experience that could be as confusing as Inception but also sounds pretty cool. (Also like Inception). What's more, we’re always behind clubs trying new things.

Kumi Masunaga from Drum Jam will front the live percussion while live painting will be on show from Tamara Norris of Vivid Vibrations. It'll be particularly interesting to see how the painting turns out in a clubbing environment, what with the darkness and strobe lighting, but we're excited to find out.

The music, meanwhile, will be provided by three DJ's: Jimbrowski, Barnaby Bruce and DJ Devlar. We love the idea of a DJ called Barnaby Bruce. Sounds more like a name out of a Roald Dahl novel than a trendy DJ.

Selected drinks are 2-for-1 until 9pm and there are also some shooter specials from 9pm onwards which might help you interpret some of the more surreal acts. It's also free to get in which means there are no excuses for not at least popping in to see what it's all about.

What else you doing?

Eklectronic at HUSH
When: Friday May 20th, 8pm till 2am
Where: HUSH Bar & Lounge, G/F, 2 Glenealy, Central
Tel: 2537 2281
Price: Free


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