This will be a huge week for events at Dada, featuring a varied spread of illustrious out-of-town guests, along with a couple of local selections to keep things interesting and on the edge.
July 16: DJ PayPal
Anonymous South Carolina by-way-of Berlin producer DJ PayPal makes ecstatic disco/footwork music that sounds so future, your kids will love it. This should be a huge show for all fans of PC Music and other hyper post modern commercial aesthetics that are currently flooding the marketplace. His biggest fan, Beijing’s Bloodzboi, warms up. RMB 50. 10pm. Dada
July 17: Nancy Whang of LCD Soundsystem DJ Set
You may know her from LCD Soundsystem or countless other collaborations. This Saturday she will be descending on Dada for an eclectic night of danceteria tunes on the decks. Nancy’s sets echo the glory days of the NYC scene when disco, proto-house, postpunk, noise, electro, and Latin influences all conspired to create a witches brew of innovative dance music. Presented by “One” with support from Ni Bing, Justynn, Watermelon. RMB 60. 10pm. Dada
July 18: Pub Crawl Beijing
Looking to try something different this weekend? Give Pub Crawl Beijing a whirl. They bring together awesome people every Saturday, visit three great bars and a club, all while traveling on their out of control party bus. As always, they meet at Nanjie Bar (near Q Mex) at 9.30pm. For just RMB 100 you get free welcome shots at each bar, free shots on the Party Bus, free entry into the final club with drink tickets and table included, and transport to all venues. Save your seat and read more at their website. RMB 100-150. Nanjie Bar
July 18: DJ Krush
DJ Krush has established himself as one of the most respected artists and producers in the hip-hop industry, both in Japan and abroad. With his experimental beats and instrumental sounds, he changed the face of hip-hop at a time when it was dominated by the American rap scene. Catch him at Dada this Saturday as he separates the men from the boys during this exclusive set. RMB 150. 10pm. Dada
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