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DJ YOGURT (Upset Recordings - JPN) @ The Observatory

 With over 15 years’ experience playing anything from large open-air festivals such as Sonar and Fuji Rock to intimate parties, DJ YOGURT knows how to get a party moving. As a key figure of the Japanese and Tokyo electronic music scene - DJ Yogurt is recognized as a prolific party feature that has played alongside the likes of Todd Terje, Jeff Mills and Derrick May. His signature sound involves rolling, deep-energy house and techno infused with elements of Jazz and other eclectic sources, and injected straight to the dance floor via his extensive vinyl collection. Delivered with a cutting Japanese precision that never allows the dancing to do anything but get wilder as a night progresses, you can grasp the extent of his mastery of the art within minutes of listening to one of his sets. 

On this occasion, he’ll be bringing his big bag of house, disco and techno vinyl bombs to set the floor on fire with his signature party-starting attitude, showing us how it’s done by the major protagonists of what is arguably Asia’s most developed underground dance scene. 

Put on some good shoes.

Support by Hibiya Line (Cliché - The Obs)

10PM / FREE before midnight / 100K after


DJ YOGURT was travelling around Asia and Europe,Thailand,India,Nepal,England and Holland In Early 90s.

He enjoyed and danced away there,Then came back to Japan and he started working in record store,called “Cisco Techno Shop” in 1996,and he worked in shop until 2002. While he was working in a record store, started the DJ,and he also build his own label called “Upset Recordings” in 2000.

He played Techno, House, Tech House, Deep House, Disco, Breakbeats, African Music, Rock and more….
DJ Yogurt appeared on Party of number more than 70, is very popular in the open air party in particular since 2006, he is usually very busy from summer to autumn. He often plays in big parties with well-known world famous DJs, like Andrew Weatherall, Jeff Mills, Derrick May, Mix Master Morris, Gui Boratto, Ken Ishii and more at clubs in Tokyo.

He appeared over the three years of 2010 to 2012 in Fuji rock festival (Biggest music festival in Japan), and also appeared in Sonar Tokyo 2011 when it was held in Japan.
He has also been a DJ outside of Japan, in Bangkok in 2011, and in Byron Bay in 2012. He took good feeling from the dance floor in Bangkok and Byron Bay.

Every week, he selects and buys some vinyl after listening to more than 100 new records at record shops in SHIBUYA.



Saturday, 16 May

10:00 pm

The Observatory | 5 Nguyen Tat Thanh, D4, Ho Chi Minh City