Weird and wonderful sounds around Sukhumvit. 

This Nov 22-25, some of Bangkok's coolest underground music and art venues will be joining together for the debut Sukhum Music Festival

Across three days and nights, 12 x 12, De Commune, Live Cube (Okinawa Kinjo), Thonglor Art Space and Case Space Revolution (Broccoli Revolution) will play host to a stellar lineup of local and international sound and visual artists. 

Among the international headliners are Japan's cult psych-rock outfit Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O., renowned for their raucous live performances for more than 20 years; Finnish saxophonist and electronic musician Jimi Tenor; veteran Finnish techno producer Jori Hulkkonen; and Japanese experimental producers Daisuke Tanabe and Yosi Horikawa.

They'll join a lineup bursting at the seams with Bangkok's most exciting underground musicians: Stylish Nonsense, Chladni Chandi, Desktop Error and Cut the Crab, just to name a few. 

 

 

Early bird tickets for the full three-day festival are B2,000, available from organizer Come On is Such a Joy by following the instructions here

Watch one of Acid Mothers Temple's electrifying live sets below: