Dan Buri (Neverest,TH) is back in Kuala Lumpur this Coming Saturday 23 March at Ren Lounge for The Sweatbox - How Deep? 18. A late night juggernaut responsible for the proliferation of techno in Bangkok, Dan Buri is like the city having its own Berlin resident DJ at its helm. His German upbringing reverberates in the brooding yet melodic soundscapes that he plays but his Thai roots lend him a more light-hearted approach to everything that he does. In fact, whether he’s playing deep and undulated techno or organic tech house, his legacy in the city is defined by his high-octane performances and an unparalleled ability to engage and connect with the crowd. Notorious for pushing boundaries into nonexistence, Dan has crafted a career out of fusing together his many worlds in seamless and syncopated harmony.
His current trajectory stations him in Europe for the summertime, regularly coasting through countries like Germany, Switzerland, Austria and France, while winters are spent in the warmer regions of Asia where he is bastion of its underground music culture. But regardless of where you find him, you will find his dance floor moving, bruising and sweating. Fired by passion and fueled by boundless energy, Dan exudes positive vibes and the mark he’s left on Bangkok’s underground music scene is both impactful and infectious.
Finding that his production prowess had gone to the next level after linking with Bla Bla Music founder Daniel Sanchez, Dan found inspiration in Bangkok’s relentless afterhours affairs and finally breathed life into his own imprint. Aptly named Neverest Records, Dan has been questing tirelessly to create a family amongst Asia’s DJs and producers and build for the region a platform for sharing and connecting, not just within Asia but also with the world.
How Deep curator Otherkind, co-Sweatbox resident Obadius, as well as Qussay also feature for the night.
REN @ KYO KL: Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur, off Jalan Pinang, KLCC, KL: Admission (with one drink): RM50. For table reservations please contact email@example.com or 012-921 1730.