“OTAKU TOKYO presents KHEN” held at nightclub WOMB ShibuyaMusic
The pivotal artist invited in September by Otaku Tokyo, a vintage shop that handles vintage synths, drum machines, custom turntables for Sven Vath, etc., is Isreali up-and-comer Khen, who is supported by many legends including Hernan Cattaneo, Sasha, Dubfire, and Guy J.
Khen, who is currently receiving a lot of attention in the scene and has been praised as a featured artist on media outlets such as DJ Mag and Mixmag, started making music at age 11, performed as a DJ at a club at age 15, and in 2006 released his debut album that would become his big break, “One Day of Independence,” on Guy J's label Lost & Found.
With support from big names such as Pete Tong, Noir, Dubfire, Paco Osuna, he reached the first position on the Beatport chart.
Khen's Japanese co-performers include DJ OGAWA, who organizes SMASH and is at the forefront of the underground Nagoya scene, and DHADHA aka 1000DREAM, a Berlin based artist who represents Kansai. In addition, there is an amazing lineup of performers to make people move on the 4th floor VIP LOUNGE. Featuring Richie Hawtin's collaborators John Acquaviva and Rambo, as well as Jaime Forson from Australia who has played with famous artists such as Booka Shade, Ame, Henrik Schwarz, and Matthias Tanzmann. Jaime moved her base in Tokyo and transcends borders with her performances in a collaborative event with house music night “Side by Side” held every month at Oath.
In the 1st floor WOMB LOUNGE, DJs who led the scene in Tokyo in the past are gathering together on this day for “ADVENTURE,” held in Roppongi as the ADS 10th Anniversary Series Party, which began again as a new PARTY focused on the home genre PSYCHADELIC TRANCE.
There will be unmissable acts on all floors throughout this night.
Event Title: OTAKU TOKYO presents KHEN
Date: 14 September
Event Time: 22:30-4:30
Price: Door / ¥3,500 Adv / ¥2,800 https://www.residentadvisor.net/events/1300701
DHADHA'' aka 1000DREAM
Progressive, Tech House, Techno
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Address: 2-16 Maruyama-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0044, Japan