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Weekly Wrap - Commencing Thursday the 31st December 2015

Evocative surroundings: Bokor Mountain Magic at Mansion
Bokor Mountain Magic Band will be performing a late-night set of 1960’s-inspired Cambodian rock’n’roll at FCC – The Mansion. DJ Oro will be on-hand to provide truly authentic sounds of the Cambodian ‘Golden Era’ – fitting in nicely with the atmospheric, ghostly setting of The Mansion. The Mansion was built between 1910 and 1920 by a Cambodian trader. It has served many functions since, including private residence, military possession, government property, and now, under FCC ownership, music and arts venue (FCC Cambodia website).
99-99 Arts Group will provide an alternative end-of-year party at Paddy Rice tonight. Hip visual artist and musician Max Jones writes compelling, Lou Reed-esque songs – complete with superbly well-crafted lyrics and understated baritone vocals – backed up by a very solid band of local expat musicians. If you are looking for a respite from the blaring bustle and noise of riverside Phnom Penh tonight, Paddy Rice could provide the musical antidote.
Rocking in Siem Reap: Batbangers
If you are in Siem Reap this evening, and have the mental resilience and physical flexibility to navigate Pub Street – good luck to you. I would recommend avoiding the crush of the main drag and flitting up to the X-Bar, where Batbangers Band will be celebrating the year’s end with a characteristically upbeat and rocking set of contemporary Cambodian rock’n’roll. Alternatively, you could do a lot worse than walking a couple of kilometers north up river road, where Menh ‘Mr To.’ Sothyvann will be headlining an entire evening’s worth of Khmer rock bands on a huge outdoor stage.
Kampot Reunion: Kampot Playboys
Kampot city will be a more laid-back venue for tonight’s celebrations, without the hassles and crowds of Phnom Penh, Siem Reap or Sihanoukville. The Kampot Playboys will be performing a special gig… somewhere (at either Madi’s Bar or Banyan Tree… or both, they haven’t decided yet). Founding member and trumpet player Justin Ringsack (also of legendary Phnom Penh expat band Durian) is in town, along with sometime Playboy Conrad Keely. Regular band members Mark (bass), Lee (drums), Kev (accordion), Nget (tro) and Chiet (guitar/lead vocals) form a tight unit of genre-bending Cambodian rock fusion. If the ‘where’ and the ‘when’ are not yet fixed, the ‘what’ is guaranteed – a fantastic night of live music.
Check out the video above to hear one of Cambodia’s finest bands swinging hard – gypsy jazz style. Seb Adnot’s Hot Club de Phnom Penh will be performing tonight at Chinese House in Phnom Penh. Whatever you’re up to for New Year’s Eve, best wishes from all at Leng Pleng. Stay safe out there and… see you around the traps!


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JOE WRIGLEY

Weekly Gig Guide - Commencing Thursday the 31st December 2015


Latest Gigs

Thursday  31-Dec-2015
  • 7:00 PM ~ Joe Wrigley & The Jumping Jacks , Miss Sarawan , Jeff Sleeman and Susi and the Edelweiss at Angkor Village in Siem Reap
  • 7:00 PM ~ Pavel Ramirez at est. bar
  • 7:30 PM ~ Bona Thiem at The Cabaret Restaurant
  • 8:00 PM ~ Bokor Mountain Magic Band and Dj ORO at FCC - The Mansion
  • 8:00 PM ~ Dj Trip Designer at Meta House
  • 8:00 PM ~ Phnom Penh Underground at Dusk till Dawn
  • 8:30 PM ~ Graham Cain at Shanghai Bar
  • 9:00 PM ~ Dj Kaztet Dee at The Top Banana
  • 9:00 PM ~ The Lazy Booze Drunks at Sharky Bar
  • 9:00 PM ~ The Kampot Playboys at Madi's House in Kampot
  • 9:00 PM ~ The Rock Apes at Bassac Lane
  • 9:00 PM ~ Hot Club de Phnom Penh and Cambo Disco Club at The Chinese House
  • 9:00 PM ~ BatBangers at The X-Bar in Siem Reap
  • 9:00 PM ~ 9999 Arts Group at Paddy Rice
  • 10:00 PM ~ Ragga Jungle Ragga Tech at L'After in Siem Reap
  • 11:00 PM ~ DJ Illest at Pontoon
  • 11:00 PM ~ The Kampot Playboys at Banyan Tree in Kampot
Friday  1-Jan-2016
  • 5:00 PM ~ Clay George at Farm to Table
  • 6:00 PM ~ Two's a crowd at The Quay Hotel
  • 7:00 PM ~ Leo Curran and Steve Sutcliffe at The Alley Cat Cafe
  • 11:00 PM ~ DJ Gang and Dj FunkII Pro at Pontoon
Saturday  2-Jan-2016
  • 4:00 PM ~ DJ Alan Ritchie and DJ Wah-Wah at The Quay Hotel
  • 9:00 PM ~ 9999 Arts Group at Sharky Bar
  • 11:00 PM ~ DJ Illest and Dj Rockit at Pontoon
Wednesday  6-Jan-2016
  • 6:00 PM ~ Greg Marino at The Chinese House
  • 8:00 PM ~ Bob Ostertag at Meta House
  • 8:00 PM ~ Scott Bywater at Sharky Bar
  • 8:30 PM ~ Billy Page at FCC - The Mansion
  • 11:00 PM ~ Dj Kaztet Dee at Love Club
Coming Up
  • Road to Mandalay at Sharky Bar
  • Conrad Keeley at Meta House
  • Timo Vollbrecht at Meta House
  • CLASSICAL MUSIC CONCERTSERIES at Meta House
  • Blueberry Moonboys at The Cabaret Restaurant
  • Mekong Messengers at Sharky Bar
  • Joe Wrigley & The Jumping Jacks at Bassac Lane, FCC - The Mansion
  • Joe Wrigley at Farm to Table
  • DJ Gang and Dj FunkII Pro at Pontoon
  • Greg Marino at Farm to Table, The Top Banana
  • Ritchy, Lewis Pragasam and Phil Javelle at Bassac Lane
  • Clay George at Black Pearl
  • Billy Page at FCC - The Mansion
  • Sangvar Day at Sharky Bar
  • Jeffro and Colin Grafton at est. bar
  • Bangarang at The Laundry Music Bar in Siem Reap
  • Ten-Tipz at FCC - The Mansion
  • DJ Nicomatic and Dj Trip Designer at Meta House
  • DJ Josh and Dj Mason Nutt at Meta House
  • DJ DSN, Dj Kaztet Dee, Dj Mason Nutt and Dj Wang Wei at Meta House
  • Mr. Brown and Andy Freak at Meta House
  • Lisha and Dj Pink at Meta House
  • DJ Nicomatic, Dj Trip Designer and KOTARE at Meta House
  • DJ Airfix Twin at Meta House
  • DJ Nicomatic and DJ Wah-Wah at Meta House
  • DJ Sao Sopheak at Meta House
  • DJ Illest and DJ Gang at Pontoon
  • DJ Alan Ritchie and DJ Wah-Wah at The Quay Hotel
  • Dj Kaztet Dee at The Top Banana
  • DJ DSK * and DJ Alan Ritchie at The Pontoon Pulse
  • Dj Niko Yu at Sharky Bar
  • Tim Coates, DJ Sequence, DJ Donabelle, DJ B-Fox, DJ Wah-Wah, Dj Nora and Cambo Disco Club at Boeng Kak Lake

Weekly Wrap - Commencing - Thursday the 24th December 2015


Seasons greetings from Leng Pleng !

Please check out the Leng Pleng Gig Guide below to find out all the festive live music happenings on the Cambodian scene.

While you are choosing your favourite location for imbibing yuletide libations, here are a few late Christmas gift ideas:


Asian Flow is another striking excerpt from the 'Live in Concert' DVD released by C-Lounge records. The concert features Ingolv Haaland, the Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra and a host of special guests – including the incredibly talented Cambodian vocalist Ouch Savy. Asian Flow is a great example of the forward-looking, Cambodian-influenced fusion music being composed and performed by Ingolv Haaland. The live DVD is available for purchase at Monument Books in Phnom Penh.



Java Arts have contacted Leng Pleng to let us know about their latest project – which could possibly be the most exciting arts enterprise ever to arrive in Phnom Penh – The Boat. An opportunity has arisen to convert a 6-floor, 6000sqm floating hotel into a dedicated arts space! The project needs your support to succeed – please check out the video below and get involved via The Boat crowd-funding page.



Conrad Keely, Phnom Penh's most famous expat musician, is preparing a very special edition of his debut solo album Original Machines. The songs on the album were largely written in Cambodia and in the back of a tour-bus on the road with Conrad's band ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead. Over the last few months, Conrad has also been touring his solo show around Australia and Europe. He is creating a special 56-page art-book to accompany Original Machines, complete with original art-work, photography, lyrics and writings. Check out the PledgeMusic campaign page to help make it happen!

Whatever you're up to over the next few days... stay safe out there and... see you around the traps!

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JOE WRIGLEY

Weekly Gig Guide - Commencing Thursday the 24th December 2015

Latest Gigs

Thursday  24-Dec-2015
  • 7:00 PM ~ Greg Marino and Sinville Roadshow at Tantrei in Kampot
  • 7:30 PM ~ Hot Club de Phnom Penh at The Cabaret Restaurant
  • 9:00 PM ~ Blueberry Moonboys at Paddy Rice
  • 9:00 PM ~ Ten-Tipz at Sharky Bar
  • 9:00 PM ~ DJ Nicomatic and DJ Wah-Wah at Meta House
  • 11:00 PM ~ DJ Illest , DJ Eyedee and Dj Vini at Pontoon
  • 11:00 PM ~ Dj Kaztet Dee at Love Club
Friday  25-Dec-2015
  • 1:00 PM ~ Blueberry Moonboys at The Chinese House
  • 6:30 PM ~ Phnom Skor at The Show Box
  • 8:00 PM ~ Joe Wrigley & The Jumping Jacks at Shanghai Bar
  • 8:00 PM ~ Scott Bywater and James Speck at Le Museum
  • 11:00 PM ~ DJ Gang and Dj FunkII Pro at Pontoon
Saturday  26-Dec-2015
  • 9:00 PM ~ Simone & Carbunkle at Sharky Bar
  • 9:00 PM ~ DJ Sequence and Dj Kaztet Dee at The Naga House in Kampot
  • 9:00 PM ~ Dj Saint Vincent at Oskar Bistro
  • 11:00 PM ~ DJ Illest and Dj Rockit at Pontoon
Sunday  27-Dec-2015
  • 6:00 PM ~ CamboJam at Cayo CoCo Siem Reap in Siem Reap
Wednesday  30-Dec-2015
  • 7:00 PM ~ Dj MoTo and Kcm Nayabinghi Khmer at FCC - The Mansion
  • 9:00 PM ~ Clay George at Sharky Bar
Coming Up
  • Road to Mandalay at Sharky Bar
  • Bona Thiem at The Cabaret Restaurant
  • Two's a crowd at The Quay Hotel
  • Leo Curran and Steve Sutcliffe at The Alley Cat Cafe
  • The Lazy Booze Drunks at Sharky Bar
  • 9999 Arts Group at Sharky Bar
  • The Rock Apes at Bassac Lane
  • Graham Cain at Shanghai Bar
  • BatBangers at The X-Bar in Siem Reap
  • Clay George at Farm to Table
  • Dj Trip Designer at Meta House
  • Phnom Penh Underground at Dusk till Dawn
  • DJ Alan Ritchie and DJ Wah-Wah at The Quay Hotel
  • Ragga Jungle Ragga Tech at L'After in Siem Reap
  • Dj Kaztet Dee at The Top Banana, Love Club
  • DJ Illest at Pontoon
  • DJ Gang and Dj FunkII Pro at Pontoon
  • DJ Illest and Dj Rockit at Pontoon
  • Bokor Mountain Magic Band and Dj ORO at FCC - The Mansion

Weekly Wrap - Commencing Thursday the 17th December 2015

As a live venue, Sharky Bar enjoys its own unique status and standing in the Cambodian music scene. Wholly unpretentious, unapologetically rough-around-the-edges and with a brazenly hedonistic drinking culture, the bar has been prevented from sliding into anachronistic irrelevance by the sheer force-of-will of principal owner and operator Michael 'Big Mike' Hsu. Mike knows, perhaps better than anyone, that the demographics of the food, beverage and entertainment market in Phnom Penh have changed beyond recognition since the post-UNTAC days of the mid-1990's. In those early days of Sharky Bar - when foreign jeeps fitted with M60 machine guns were still rolling around the streets of the city - the customers were almost entirely military guys and live bands were rare.
The Shabbab rock Sharky Bar, 2015 – pic: Steve Porte
Back in 2002, Mike knew that big changes were coming when he saw two beautiful Italian women walking along the Phnom Penh riverside – immaculately dressed in designer clothes, jewellery and high heels. Such a sight was unheard of back then but is part of daily life today. Even five years ago, says Mike, it would be impossible for a bar or restaurant to charge $3 for a draft beer or $8 for a cocktail. Now, the streets of Phnom Penh are lined with salubrious, boutique watering holes and restaurants, packed with 'millenials' ordering highly-priced food and taking 'selfies'. Sharky Bar does not fit in to this picture:

The new people coming over [to Cambodia] are not interested in a 'blue-collar' music bar. They are a different breed from the expats of ten or fifteen years ago. You don't have the NGOs coming over now... and there is a decline in the number of teachers willing to come over. The strength of the US dollar has impacted the Euro, Australian dollar... the rich people can still come but they want to go the high-end restaurants. If they like live music its acoustic in the background. If they want to see a band they'll go to Naga World, FCC, sometimes Sharky.”

A decade ago, Sharky Bar celebrated their tenth anniversary – pic: Mike Hsu
This weekend, Sharky Bar, 'the longest running rock'n'roll bar in Indochina' will celebrate its 20th anniversary. During those two decades, countless bars have opened and closed in Phnom Penh. In the last few years, several other medium-scale, expat-oriented live music venues have tried and failed to retain a firm and profitable foothold in that changing market. Big Mike and his partners are still standing. A conversation with the New York City native reveals why Sharky is still going strong, where others have failed. Mike has a huge drive and determination to find the next cool band, to create the next big event, to enjoy the next memorable night at Sharky Bar. While he may not be ebullient about the future prospects of the expat rock'n'roll scene in Phnom Penh, Mike is never afraid to try something different and experiment with his live music schedule... sometimes even going so far as to book a DJ!

Tiger in 'The City' : New York, New York
“I'm not an idiot, I'm a businessman. My background is as a researcher and investment banker. My job was to do research and study trends. As they say on Wall Street, “don't fight the tape” - go with the trend, the trend is your friend. I live and breathe Sharkys when I am in town. I get up in the morning and think what am I going to do today, in terms of something creative. I start jotting down notes and sending out messages. Who do I have to call? You have to make things happen in this town!'

Big Mike, thanks for talking to Leng Pleng and best wishes for the celebrations this weekend. We know you will have one helluva party!

For full details of the Sharky Bar twentieth anniversary schedule (and all the other great gigs happening this week), click on the weekly gig guide below. The ten-strong roster of artists is an impressively varied and high-quality blend of both expat and Cambodian talent. Highlights include a DJ vs live metal guitar mash-up (Thursday), the debut of a new iteration of the hottest swing band in town (Friday), a dream double-header of two psychedelic Cambodian rock bands (Saturday) and a solo set by Cambodia's most famous expat musician (Sunday).

Whatever you're up to over the next few days... stay safe out there and... see you around the traps!


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JOE WRIGLEY

Weekly Gig Guide - Commencing Thursday 17th December 2015

Latest Gigs

Thursday  17-Dec-2015
  • 7:00 PM ~ DJ Nicomatic at Simone Bistro & Art
  • 8:00 PM ~ Bokor Mountain Magic Band at The Otres Market in Sihanoukville
  • 8:30 PM ~ Giovanni Marabassi trio at Raffles Le Royal
  • 9:00 PM ~ Dj Trip Designer at Meta House
  • 9:00 PM ~ Dj Niko Yu at Sharky Bar
Friday  18-Dec-2015
  • 6:00 PM ~ Joe Wrigley at Farm to Table
  • 6:00 PM ~ Ragamuffin's Festival of Light at The Ragamuffin House
  • 8:00 PM ~ Ritchy and Ace Zapa at The Cabaret Restaurant
  • 8:30 PM ~ DJane Sao Sopheak and Dj ORO at Cloud
  • 8:30 PM ~ Phil Javelle and Rhiannon Johnson at Bassac Lane
  • 9:00 PM ~ Electrick Universe and Dj Antaro * at Meta House
  • 9:00 PM ~ Sharky's 20th Anniversary Party Weekend at Sharky Bar
  • 9:00 PM ~ Bokor Mountain Magic Band at KAMA in Kampot
  • 11:00 PM ~ DJ Gang and Dj FunkII Pro at Pontoon
Saturday  19-Dec-2015
  • 4:00 PM ~ DJ Alan Ritchie and DJ Wah-Wah at The Quay Hotel
  • 7:00 PM ~ Hot Club de Phnom Penh at The D22
  • 8:00 PM ~ Joe Wrigley & The Jumping Jacks at Magic Sponge in Kampot
  • 9:00 PM ~ The Kampot Playboys and Drakkar Band at Sharky Bar
  • 9:00 PM ~ Lisha , Kosal Khiev and Dj Mute Speaker at Meta House
  • 9:00 PM ~ Cambo Disco Club at Oskar Bistro
  • 11:00 PM ~ DJ Illest at Pontoon
Sunday  20-Dec-2015
  • 3:00 PM ~ Classical Music Concert at The Music Arts School
  • 9:00 PM ~ Sharky's 20th Anniversary Party Weekend at Sharky Bar
Tuesday  22-Dec-2015
  • 6:00 PM ~ Classical Music Concert at The Music Arts School
  • 9:00 PM ~ Dj Kaztet Dee at L'After in Siem Reap
Wednesday  23-Dec-2015
  • 8:30 PM ~ SELEN GULUN at The Doors
  • 9:00 PM ~ Joe Wrigley & The Jumping Jacks at Bassac Lane
  • 9:00 PM ~ Susi and the Edelweiss at Sharky Bar
Coming Up
  • Road to Mandalay at Sharky Bar
  • Blueberry Moonboys at Paddy Rice, The Chinese House
  • Joe Wrigley & The Jumping Jacks at Shanghai Bar
  • Hot Club de Phnom Penh at The Cabaret Restaurant
  • Bona Thiem at The Cabaret Restaurant
  • CamboJam at Cayo CoCo Siem Reap in Siem Reap
  • Greg Marino at Tantrei in Kampot
  • Ten-Tipz at Sharky Bar
  • Simone & Carbunkle at Sharky Bar
  • DJ Nicomatic and DJ Wah-Wah at Meta House
  • Dj Trip Designer at Meta House
  • DJ Illest, DJ Eyedee and Dj Vini at Pontoon
  • DJ Gang and Dj FunkII Pro at Pontoon
  • DJ Illest and Dj Rockit at Pontoon
  • Phnom Penh Underground at Dusk till Dawn
  • DJ Sequence and Dj Kaztet Dee at The Naga House in Kampot
  • Dj Saint Vincent at Oskar Bistro
  • Bokor Mountain Magic Band and Dj ORO at FCC - The Mansion

Weekly Wrap - Commencing Thursday 10th December 2015


Top Cat
Ten years of trading is quite an achievement in the ceaselessly shifting landscape that is the Phnom Penh hospitality industry. The Alleycat Cafe has served Tex-mex food, cold cans of Cambodian beer and alternative live music events out of a 'hole in the wall' off Street 19 since 2005. During this time, the British owner of the venue - Mark Eastty - has seen his street transformed from a quiet, dusty lane-way into a constricted corridor linking high-rise hotels and newly-refurbished apartments. This 'organic' (i.e. unplanned, unregulated) urban development of Phnom Penh side-streets seems to point towards the warren-like alleyways running through District 1 of Saigon - with the unhealthy addition of far-too-many SUVs and tuk-tuks... ensuring total, lobotomy-level, traffic congestion.
pic: Sunday Sundowners Facebook
The original alley cat ('Zorro') and the infamous Alleycat dog ('Rabbit') are both long gone but the unlikely music venue has continued to attract a steady trickle of superb acts and artists. The 'Sundowner Sessions' acoustic jam takes place each Sunday afternoon and solo artists are featured on Friday nights. Mark is never afraid to squeeze in a five-piece band when the opportunity arises, with memorable performances from the likes of The Kampot Playboys, Batbangers and Up2UMango. The Cambodian Space Project played their first-ever gig at The Alleycat Cafe in 2009. Somehow, some-way, the best and brightest visiting musicians always seem to turn up out of the blue and make something magical happen. Players such as Roxane Dumont, Aymen Ghali and, most recently, Clay George posses the ability to mesmerise and inspire with a deft strum of an acoustic guitar and a few words of a song.
Today (Thursday), The Alleycat Cafe will celebrate their tenth anniversary with an all-day marathon of live music. I forget which public holiday was allocated to the 10th December, 2015 (it is hard to keep track) but a designated day off work for most folks has prompted this potentially hazardous daytime revelry. By the time you read this, proceedings will already be well under way and several celebratory libations will have already been consumed. The live music schedule will begin with Scott Bywater at 11am and continue with Max Jones & 9999 Arts Group and Clay George. Performances by Bitches Mix and the reformed Simone & Carbunkle will precede a late-afternoon acoustic jam. Proceedings will wind up in the night-time with spots by James Douglas and Conrad Keely. Leng Pleng would like to extend a warm 'happy birthday' to the Alleycat and... thanks for the music!
See Festivals
The inaugural Audi International Jazz Festival will take place in Phnom Penh next week from Monday to Thursday. Four concerts of world-class jazz music will be held at the Audi Showroom (by invitation only), Raffles Hotel le Royal and Doors Phnom Penh. Italian jazz chanteuse Flora Faja will sing with the Christian Brenner piano trio at Doors on Tuesday night. On Wednesday, gifted saxophonist Martin Jacobsen will perform with the Brenner trio. Headlining act Giovanni Mirabassi will be jetting over from Japan to perform with his own piano trio at Raffles on Thursday the 17th. Check out the video below for a preview.



Kampot city will, once again, be a hive of activity this weekend when the Cambodian Government-sponsored Sea Festival will take place. Although information is scarce, our resident 'pot-pat' correspondent Donkey Dave has reported several stages being erected in the city-centre. The official warning level for the likelihood of encountering dangerously high decibel levels of karaoke music in Kampot has been raised from 'black' to 'amber'. Following on from the success of previous iterations of the festival in Sihanoukville (2012), Kep (2013) and on Koh Kong (2014), Cambodian officials have been diligently laying the long-term groundwork for the Kampot Sea Festival 2015, ensuring that this will be the most successful edition ever staged. An official poster for the event was released as early as last Tuesday, with the final dates of the festival being decided way back in November 2015. 


Video: Kampot Governor H.E. Khoy Khun Huor complains of 'tiredness' due to his hard work in preparing for Kampot Sea Festival 2015

An official Ministry of Tourism video, giving in-depth information about what the festival is and when it will take place was released on Youtube this morning, a full day before the festival is scheduled to commence. The view count, at time of writing, was already soaring into double figures. Cambodian Minister of Tourism Thong Khon has an appropriately high level of confidence in the success of the festival, predicting an influx of visitors to Kampot that 'could well exceed 300,000' (12go.asia/en : 'Cambodia confirms dates for Sea Festival at Kampot'). It is unclear whether this figure has been misquoted or whether the Minister of Tourism truly expects a city-crippling throng of more than a quarter-of-a-million to hit Kampot like a tidal wave (or... like a flash flood caused by opening the Kamchay Hydropower Dam).

pic: traffic in Kampot may get heavy over next few days : pic: cambodiahotels.biz
Those fine musicians The Kampot Playboys, Scott Bywater and Clay George will all be in action in Kampot this week. The Playboys will celebrate the fifth anniversary of Madi's Bar with a gig on Thursday night, while Scott Bywater and James Speck will perform as a duo at Banyan Tree on Friday. Canadian troubadour Clay George will give a show at new Kampot venue Tantrei on Saturday. Good luck with the crowds, guys!

Whatever you're up to over the next few days... stay safe out there and... see you around the traps!


JOE WRIGLEY

Weekly Gig Guide - Commencing Thursday 10th December 2015


Latest Gigs

Thursday  10-Dec-2015
  • 11:00 AM ~ Ten on the Tenth all-day Music Festival at The Alley Cat Cafe
  • 8:00 PM ~ Wat A Gwaan at Duplex Taverne Belge
  • 9:00 PM ~ Dj Trip Designer at Meta House
Friday  11-Dec-2015
  • 5:00 PM ~ Dj Mute Speaker and Dj Niko Yu at Eluvium Lounge
  • 5:30 PM ~ Student Performance at The Music Arts School
  • 6:00 PM ~ Clay George at Farm to Table
  • 8:00 PM ~ Hot Club de Phnom Penh at The Cabaret Restaurant
  • 9:00 PM ~ Soular Eclipse at Sharky Bar
  • 9:00 PM ~ THE SREY SREY’S SOIREE at Meta House
  • 10:00 PM ~ Club Bangerz at Pontoon
Saturday  12-Dec-2015
  • 4:00 PM ~ DJ Event at The Quay Hotel
  • 5:00 PM ~ Beats, Rhymes, Life. The final edition! at Eluvium Lounge
  • 8:30 PM ~ Mekong Messengers at FCC - The Mansion
  • 8:30 PM ~ Elvis Fandango at Cloud
  • 9:00 PM ~ Jeff Sleeman at Sharky Bar
  • 9:00 PM ~ Clay George at Tantrei in Kampot
  • 9:00 PM ~ DJ Mercy , DJ Sao Sopheak , Dj Nora Haidee and Izabelle at Meta House
  • 10:00 PM ~ Rock The Bells at Pontoon
  • 10:00 PM ~ Lewis Pragasam and Phil Javelle at Two Chefs Bar and Grill Phnom Penh
Tuesday  15-Dec-2015
  • 8:30 PM ~ Jazz Festival: Flora Faja at The Doors
Wednesday  16-Dec-2015
  • 8:30 PM ~ Jazz Festival: Martin Jacobsen at The Doors
  • 9:00 PM ~ Blueberry Moonboys at Sharky Bar
Coming Up
  • Joe Wrigley at Farm to Table
  • Joe Wrigley & The Jumping Jacks at Magic Sponge in Kampot, Bassac Lane and Shanghai Bar
  • Ritchy and Ace Zapa at The Cabaret Restaurant
  • Road to Mandalay at Sharky Bar
  • Blueberry Moonboys at Paddy Rice, The Chinese House
  • Classical Music Concert at Music Arts School
  • Sharky Ramone Blitzkrieg, Sinville Roadshow and Nightmare A.D. at Sharky Bar
  • The Kampot Playboys and Drakkar Band at Sharky Bar
  • Conrad Keeley, Scott Bywater, Bob Passion and The Riverside Ray-Bans at Sharky Bar
  • Hot Club de Phnom Penh at The Cabaret Restaurant
  • Bona Thiem at The Cabaret Restaurant
  • Bokor Mountain Magic Band at The Otres Market in Sihanoukville, KAMA in Kampot
  • Susi and the Edelweiss at Sharky Bar
  • Dj Trip Designer at Meta House
  • Lisha and Dj Mute Speaker at Meta House
  • DJ Nicomatic and DJ Wah-Wah at Meta House
  • DJ Gang and Dj FunkII Pro at Pontoon
  • DJ Illest at Pontoon
  • Dj Niko Yu at Sharky Bar
  • DJ Alan Ritchie and DJ Wah-Wah at The Quay Hotel
  • Dj ORO at Cloud
  • Electrick Universe, Dj Antaro * , Mr. Brown, Andy Freak and Dj Trip Designer at Meta House

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