Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Taipau 9:00 AM asahi , clubbing , edm , events , ferry corsten , happening , party , PJ , PLAY Club , rave , the roof , tranceThe last time Asahi Collaborated with the most happening club in PJ, PLAY Club at The Roof this was what happened.
Photo Credits to Paul the Awesome.
So now what's there to do after a long month of April?
You take the first chance you get to party the night away and get a day off the next day! While every other club sets up for Labour day eve parties, PLAY club at The Roof will be hosting the famous Ferry Corsten for a guranteed sick night of trance melodies and smooth drops that you need to get those heavy burdens off your shoulders!
Ferry Corsten is no stranger to the music scene and there is no doubt that your night will be a guranteed great night out!
Enjoy his style of trance and let him bring you on a journey that will keep you in an uplifting trance mode. :)
So grab your gang and head on to The Roof, PJ this Labour Day eve and just let loose with your besties. :D
Here are the ticket details
To add on to this awesome night. Asahi will be served at RM10 per bottle while stocks last so come early for the drinks and stay till late for the music.
Call the hotline now before it gets booked out and I will see you there!
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Tuesday, April 22, 2014
An absolute MUST WATCH for all fans of Anime and Hayao Miyazaki.
A subtle tale about Jiro, a young plane designer during the World War who had aspiring dreams to build planes. His dreams were so meaningful that it crossed with another person's dream, a famous Italian Plane designer, Caproani. The film takes us on a quiet yet impactful journey of Jiro's life as he grows up to finally be able to design the planes he had dreamt and through the various sequences of his life, you get hooked very nicely through Miyazaki sensei's sense of direction.
Vaguely base on a manga and a tribute fit for someone like Jiro, Miyazaki and his production team gave the film a quality worthy of any film awards. A smooth flowing storyline, characters whom you fall in love immediately and that subtle hint of sadness that doesn't leave u in tears but gives you something more. Something that i would like to call " The gift of hope"
Be captured by it's unique art direction as Miyazaki explores the grounds of dreams and reality over a subtle tale of an individual's life. The film is most suitable for a more mature audience as it doesn't have the same hook for children some of his other works. Most definitely one of the top of his works.
The movie runs about 2 hours and is definitely a good watch.
Movie in 3 words: Beautiful, Compelling, Thoughful