MO Bar at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong launches a brand new series of dance music nights, ‘MO SOUND-BITES’ on 17 March. MO Bar is collaborating with music promoter, Jason Swamy, to present performances by the global dance scene’s hottest new DJs and electronic musicians within its playful, intimate setting, starting with a concert by Autograf.
Bringing its Tropical House sound to Hong Kong for the first time on 17 March, Autograf is renowned for its Stevie Wonder, Dirty South and Lorde remixes, as well as its own original work. Two Autograf members, Luis Kha and Mikul Wing, will perform at MO Bar, playing tracks from the band’s latest EP, Future Soup, and many other hits. Guests can book the Party All Night accommodation package, which the hotel has created for the ‘MO SOUND-BITES’ event, so they can carry on revelling long into the next day.
Chicago-based Autograf trio, Louis Kha, Mikul Wing and Jake Carpenter, boast 11 Hype Machine #1 releases and 20 million SoundCloud plays, leading Mixmag and Billboard magazines to declare the band a revolutionary new force on the world dance scene. Autograf’s smooth, relaxing vibes offer the perfect soundscape for savouring MO Bar’s legendary cocktails. The bar’s Head Mixologist, Jigmee Lama, has created the T-Negroni cocktail inspired by the band’s music especially for the event.
Valère Terrier of light and sound collective, Visual System, will use a specially created platform to radiate light patterns pulsating to the beats of Autograf, blending colours and giving new dimensions to the space. ‘MO SOUND-BITES’ follows the success of MO Bar’s pop-up series, Masters of Mixology (MoM) and UNPLUGGED concerts, which featured stars like Yuna and Alicia Keys.