Wednesday 11 December
Wednesday 11 December
Every Friday for 5 weeks eclectic tunes & extraordinary brews!
WTF & Brew Dog present: //Musical sessions to chase those gray skies away//
Brew Dog craft beer: Dead Pony Club, Punk IPA, and 5AM Saint will be on offer buy-3-get-1-free.
Friday 18 October
Maft Sai // diggin’ in the crates
Friday 25 October
John Clewley // world beat
Friday 1 November
Masa Niwayama // caribbean soul
Friday 8 November
Friday 15 November
Christopher Wise // far flung funk
Thursday, September 26
Bangkok Poetry event on the theme of "Transformations."
August 9, 9pm-late
Free Entrance – first in first serve
Plastic Section are a Bangkok-based raw roots rock ‘n’ roll band who are steadily gaining a reputation as one of the most exciting live acts in town.
Initially a solo project by Australian singer-songwriter Ben Edwards (also a member of Basement Tape), Plastic Section now includes renowned local musicians Put Wednesday Suksriwan on drums and Wannarit Pongprayoon on bass.
Plastic Section’s music is like an experimental, idiosyncratic update of the kind of crazy rock ‘n’ roll, rockabilly and rhythm & blues created by musical mavericks like Bo Diddley, The Cramps, The 5678s and The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion.
The band has just released their first official album with Panda Records.
This show at WTF will be Plastic Section’s official album launch party for their self-titled album, released by Panda Records in late July. Plastic Section — Ben Edwards, Pok Pongpyaroon and Put Wednesday Suksriwan — will perform the entire 15-track album live in a non-stop, high-energy rock ‘n’ rhythm revue.
CDs will also be available at the show. Opening support act will be experimental solo guitar magician Wednesday.
“Which Way is The Front Line From Here? The Life and Time of Tim Hetherington,” a documentary film tribute to Tim Hetherington directed by his friend Sebastian Junger. Premiered in Sundance Film Festival early this year, it is a moving film about his friend’s unique way of looking at combat and insistence on telling stories involving true human interaction and never allowing objectivity to get in the way of his work. It is book-ended covering his last days in Libya where he was killed in April 20, 2011.
Friday 15 March
Nirosta Steel is the playground of Steven Hall of Arthur’s Landing–improv songs/instrumental sketches/happenings in collaboration with various friends old and new around the world in various styles and languages
“As in a restaurant with an open kitchen I like to leave the process exposed–in fact I am usually more interested in presenting a casual or unfinished product because it is to me more immediate and compelling.” — Steven Hall
Friday 15 February
FREE Entry! Limited seating, come early.
With DJ Maft Sai
Vienna club scene stalwart and worldwide record impresario DJ Tom Wieland endeavours started in the early 90´s when he left his mod career to become a DJ in Augsburg & Munich, South Germany. In 1989 during a trip to London to experience the thriving rare groove scene he opened up his music senses to leftfield rhythms and the alternative club culture.
By night when Tom is not touring the world as a freestyle, house, liquid D&B or rare groove DJ he was and is running some legendary clubs in the heart of Vienna. Gilles Peterson, Jazzanova, Ame, DJ Spinna, Poets of Rhythm, Dj Krush, KJM, Nicola Conte , DJ Shadow or Henrik Schwarz,Tom shared the wheels of steel with them.
By day he ´s working as music curator for the Vienna tourism board, hosting his Trans Europa Express radio show, A&R´in for record labels , digging deep in the crates to unearth lost music genres such as 80´s Independent Euro Disco ( Elaste for compost records), Cuban 70´s Funk (Revolucion for freestyle records) or Hungarian 60´s Modal Jazz (cosmic sounds. London) He is producer (together with Marc Frank) behind 7 SAMURAI & PANOPTIKUM IMPROVISATIONAL ARKESTRA covering the full range of soulful music from Detroit Techno to Spiritual Jazz and back to Cosmic Boogie. He has released almost a hundred tunes on compost records, deeper soul, déjà vu, schema, fine art, love monk, counterpoint etc.
With a DJ career running for 20 years, we know that this open-minded head has got some serious skills. With a remarkable variation he’s played everything from retro funk, disco, soul, jazz & latin sets at Plastic People in London, soulful house at the Viennas Meierei, , house & techno at Lux in Lisbon , and freestyle sessions at APT in NYC.He´s been all over Europe, 3 times on tour in the US & twice in Japan, done that and wants to return for more. Check him out if you can, you won’t be disappointed!
Booker’s is one of the most unqiue bourbons on the market today. It is the only uncut, unfiltered bourbon out there.
Dad’s Hat is artfully blended to show rounded hints of cinnamon, dried fruits, nuts and candied apple, a rye that shouldn’t be fussed with in overly complicated cocktails. Just a little ice — and a taste for local liquor history — will do.
Rowan’s Creek Bourbon, bottled by Kentucky Bourbon Distillers, is a 100.1 proof, 12 year old small batch bourbon. A fruity bourbon with vanilla and maple flavors.