The Dim Mak Party features Uberjak’d, an Australian producer who recently exploded onto the scene with his electro-influenced Melbourne Bounce sound, and Krunk!, who is known for his combination of melodic breakdowns. Jul 3, 11pm. Zouk.
Osunlade’s brand of soulful house has always moved the floors, while Mike Steva’s blend of roots, world music and electronica is the perfect complement to the former’s deep, thumping sets. Jul 3, 11pm. Kyo.
Expect only the best in Detroit techno from this stalwart name who has consistently built a solid reputation since the ‘80s. Jul 4, 11pm. Kyo.
The best of nu-disco from this looker of a DJ-producer (he’s often been compared to Ryan Gosling), with support from Tyler Made. Jul 4, 9pm. Loof.
Expect only killer reggae and drum & bass tunes at this do held on the rooftop of hip Potato Head Folk. The line-up includes DJs like Rudie Bam Bam from Spain and local boys Nez, Rah and Dub Skank’in Hifi. Jul 5, 5pm. Potato Head Folk.
Dutch DJ and producer Willem Rebergen, better known as Headhunterz, is best known for his hardstyle music that will get the floors grooving in no time. Jul 10, 11pm. Zouk.
If you’re looking for some serious beats, the Ministry of Sound alumni’s brand of anthemic house should do the trick. Jul 10, 11pm. Kyo.
Energetic beach party by the day with rousing music courtesy of DJs Mel DeBarge from the US, Bento from Japan and local collective Rave Republic. Jul 11, 2pm. Tanjong Beach Club.
Only the best in house and techno from these two DJs who have played major underground and warehouse gigs all over Europe, New York and London. Jul 11, 11pm. Kyo.
Melodic and funky house tunes aplenty from the trio of Jamie React, Dhakka and Haan. Jul 17, 11pm. Kyo.
John Dahlback, Swedish producer and DJ, will be remixing trendy house music, supported by local act Lincey. Jul 18, 11pm. Zouk.