Pisco Bar will be playing host to Japan's finest lady at the moment, the blaise and super talented, Powder in the upstairs Club on the 8th November.
Powder is an alchemist of time. Her ceremonious DJ sets invite listeners and dancers to extend their imaginations to abstracted spaces, while allowing the body to vessel the voyage in free, flowing style. Playful, thoughtful, and natural without knowing, Powder’s crates encourage abandonment of arbitrary boundaries and expectations surrounding genre, movement, schedule, and societal convention to revel, spirited and harmonious, in the passage of time.
Momoko Goto relocated from her hometown of Nagasaki, Japan to Tokyo in 2011. This is where the story of Powder, as the international dance music community knows her, begins. With the change in location came a change in lifestyle, where a balance of 9-to-5 office life and sacred, nocturnal recording sessions invited Moko to reflect on music’s unique ability to “stop the clock” and “expand or shrink our sense of time.”
Since her debut release on Born Free Records, 2015’s Spray, Powder’s sound has flirted with numerous unconventional dance institutions and outlets, releasing on ESP Institute, Wichelroede and the Cocktail D’amore imprint, as well as regularly contributing to the latter’s illustrious mega parties. For her Powder in Space mix, Moko presented two new songs that were created within a new schedule, with summers spent touring Europe and North America, welcoming the unique experiences offered by each location.
Powder In Space marks the first in a new series exploring dance music’s form and informality from Tim Sweeney’s Beats In Space Records. Supported by : JonnyVicious, Odd & Keith Yong RM35 with one free drink. Free entry before 11.30pm
Downstairs on the Terrace. Pisco Bar presents resident DJs Greg Pagnoux and Kev Reid. The lads are bringing funk and disco vibes all night for all of you who want to start your weekend right.
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