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BANGKOK BARS & CLUBS:
Studio Lam

  • Studio Lam
  • Studio Lam
  • Studio Lam
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Not content with unearthing mo lam and luk thung gems with Zudrangma Records and Paradise Bangkok nights, DJ Maft Sai has just opened a bar on happening Sukhumvit Soi 51 promising to pair global grooves with quality drinks.
 
Named after one of Maft Sai’s radio podcasts, the venue’s focus is unsurprisingly on nightly adventurous DJ sets and live music. The decor is basic, the remnants of an old Japanese restaurant, making for a very after-hours vibe: think Bar 23 or Wong’s, only with a rather more stylish clientele.
 
In one corner of the dimly-lit room sit turntables and, the star of the place, a specially designed custom tube sound system to pump out jams for the makeshift dance floor. Behind the bar you may see familiar faces from Cosmic Cafe and Moose
Events Happening at Studio Lam
A night of house and techno music from DJs Krit Morton and NK Chan, with an opening act from live bands Ahivar, Tatexpression and Yklp Xox.
When: Jun 23, 9pm
A night of house, techno and electronic music from DJs Krit Morton, NKChan, Tatexpression and more. 
When: Jun 23, 9pm
The Manchester-based electronic music producer and DJ plays his signature sound combining world music-like vocals and instruments, with support from Dangdut Banget (Zudrangma Records).
When: Jun 24, 9pm
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Phone: 02-261-6661
Studio Lam, Sukhumvit Soi 51, Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

BTS Thong Lo

Opening Hours:

Tue-Sun 6pm-2am

Open Since:

August, 2014
9.85714
 
 
Studio Lam

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