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BANGKOK BARS & CLUBS:
Motorcycle Emptiness Bar

  • Motorcycle Emptiness Bar
  • Motorcycle Emptiness Bar

Also far from the center of town, this grungy bar is set in a former motorcycle repair garage and takes its name from a Manic Street Preachers song. It’s the go-to joint for live music enthusiasts as they feature bands from indie record labels, many of whom are still working on their debut albums. Their six night line-up can range from indie pioneers like Stylish Nonsense or Day Tripper (now Ooh & The Ballyhoo) and inter guests like Pussy & The Learjets.

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Motorcycle Emptiness Bar, 394/1 Lad Phrao Soi 94, Bangkok, Thailand

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Tue-Sun 8-12:40pm; Fri-Sat 8pm-2am
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