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Friday, Jan. 27, 2006

THE SECOND ROOM PRESENTS

Psychedelic radar 01.27


Special to The Japan Times Online

Friday, Jan. 27

"Crosslink" featuring Atmos at Ark Studio Cube326 in Shibaura. Live act Atmos (Acdc/ Spiral Trax), plus DJs So (Labyrinth/ Plusquam), Malo (Fractal), and Shinya (Outsiders/ Crosslink). On the Lounge Floor, DJs Sho-Hey (Octagon), Yoshi (Microwave), DJ Bosh (Log) and Upshy (Echoing Spectrum).

Starts at 11 p.m. Tickets are 4,000 yen at the door. Find Cube326 access info here.

Saturday, Jan. 28

Solaris Music

Solaris Music presents Lunatic Mind at Club Citta in Kawasaki. Live acts CPU (3D Vision), Rinkadink (Alchemy Records), Vibe Tribe (Utopia Records), and Slum (Elf Music), plus DJs Samy (3D Vision) and Key (Quintrix).

CPU, Rinkadink and Slum are reason enough to go. But this will be the first live set in Japan for Vibe Tribe -- Israeli prodigies Stas (20) and Elmar (21), who have both been making music since they were 13.

Advance tickets are 5,000 yen (or 6,000 yen at the door). This event is scheduled to start at midnight. Access to Citta is easy from both JR Kawasaki and Keikyu Kawasaki stations.

The Lunatic Mind after-hours party, featuring DJs Samy, Sido, Alex, Left and Silver Back, will be held at Club Mazel in Roppongi (2,500 yen at the door).

Saturday, Jan. 28

Youichi presents "Ashantia" at Aoyama Ever. Dance Floor DJs are Masa (Hypnodisk/ Space Gathering), Ree-K (Hypnodisk/ Space Gathering), Shiori (Yamato), Oz (Slaris), Tomoko (Quintrix) and Hiro (M.S.O.Y). Lounge DJs Dominic (InterChill), Mad Lounge Unity (Heaven's Door/ M.S.O.Y), Highland, and more.

Entrance is 3,000 yen at the door, or 2,500 yen with a flier.

All parties are in Tokyo unless otherwise noted. Send potential party pick info to the2ndroom@yahoo.com


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