Straight from their tour from IndoChine Green Festival in Singapore and 1st performance in Phuket at StereoLab’s Anniversary Party, Surnin. RUBYLUX (UK) is Britain’s best-kept secret will be performing LIVE exclusively at our Brunch with Altitude, Sunday, 27 November 2011 from 11am.
Funkiest brunch in the Kalim, Phuket area, while guests indulgences all day IndoChine feast. Eat, drink and enjoy our St Tropez swimming pool while our funky DJs plays groovy house music.
DJ line up for this Sunday, 27 November 2011
Phil Drummond (MOS)
Jon-Jak (Luna Events)
Elevate your Senses…
High in the sky @ IndoChine St Tropez Beach Club:
SEE the glistening Andaman Sea, jungle clad mountains and crazy Patong skyline
HEAR the sounds of the coolest local and international DJ’s spinning chilled out Sunday tunes
TASTE a selection of delicious Cambodian, Laotian, Vietnamese and Mediterranean dishes and sublime tropical beverages
SMELL the intoxicating aromas of the freshest ingredients being prepared to perfection just for you
FEEL the gentle caress of the ocean breeze, bask in the warmth of the tropical sunshine, & replenish your soul as you plunge into the rooftop pool
Brunch experience at :
700 baht Non members
15% discount IndoChine Members
Pop me a bubbly – 1,000 Baht
House wine by the bottle – 850 Baht
For more details, please contact
Email : FB@indochinephuket.com
Here, after all, is a remarkable band who have already released their own live DVD; who have a thriving official fanclub with an ever-growing number of disciples paying a £10 annual subscription; who are one of the few Western bands to have toured Vietnam; whose songs have been played on Heroes and Neighbours; and whose spontaneous Street Gigs earned them enough money to fund recording their debut album with James Sanger, producer of Madonna, U2 and Manic Street Preachers.
Those feats may be impressive, but they’re not as impressive as Rubylux’s soaring music. Distilled perfectly into the 45 minutes of debut album Fake Control, it’s a sound that swerves passionately from the universal anthemics of The Boy Could Fly and Gold Rush via the political fire of They Sold You and Westminster to the thunderous, harsh rock on I Want You and Heart Made By Machines. And it’s a sound that has already won over thousands of people around Britain since the quartet first had their idea for the Street Gigs in their native Brighton three years ago.
27 November, 2011 at 11:00 – 20:00
St Trope BeachClub, IndoChine Kalim