The party kicks off everyday from Tuesday-Saturday around Midnight and goes until sunrise and the musical programming is, to sum it up in one word, techno. This could be anything from melodic techno to a deeper house sound but it is strictly for fans of underground music, to be sure.
Bangkok’s usual suspects are on regular rotation, from DJs like Denis Beyer, Dan Buri, Ikono, Superstar Panda to Junesis but also guys like Sunju Hargun, DOTT and whomever else might fit the image also make appearances. Occasionally, there have been some international DJs who have played there (like Marc Marzenit from Cocoon) but there isn’t anything too big on the menu. It’s more of a friendly, feel good and local family type of effort.
The vibe is cool, you walk in and it has somewhat of a dark and cozy living room atmosphere happening but with bangin techno and a bar. The crowd is mostly local, local as in both Thai and expats who call Bangkok home and this is the biggest difference between it and the only other late night/early morning electronic after hours. Because of Wax’s location on soi 11 and above Sugar, it caters at least partially to tourists or people who aren’t there for the music anyway, they just want to party late. At Mustache, you’re grooving with likeminded folks and the result is a totally different atmosphere.
Best of all, entrance is free.