Was a weekend of board games, fun and music! DJs G-Money, N Ruff and international act, Seth Schwarz sealed this weekend!



DJs Mista Dru, Drazen, G-Money and Scott The Vilonist welcomed the weekend on Friday night at the Alchemist Bar in a where music fusions met violin. From dancehall to tech house, it often ended up being a bland and mushy stew.

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The connection with the violinist and the DJs proved the same experience we hoped for: fusion does what it sets out to do: pair one musical tradition off with another and produce something more than the sum of its parts. In this case, magical! Heck, they even had an art installation upstairs.

Kenya Nights pres. Seth Schwarz

Our paths with Schwarz after Kilifi NYE reconnected. On his debut performance in Nairobi on Saturday night, The Alchemist Bar warmed up to the vibe he’s set across the globe with his melodies incorporating elements of House, Techno and Electronica, while improvising with his violin for an emotional imprint and looping it through fx chains creating a unique signature on the virtual world of sound.

Seth Schwarz’s powerful productions meet the expectations of the dance floor, but at the same time they break the circle of imitation and repetition.

Unplug & Play

Who knew Sunday afternoons in Nairobi were sent not nursing hangovers but stretching the brain over board games and house music funk? With DJs N Ruff (playing for the first time at Alchemist Bar), N. Kai, Leux and Drumabeat on the djembe, the seventh edition of Unplug & Play was fun galore.

From the block by block building of Jenga, to the looser drink a shot card games, monopoly to PlayStation, Unplug & Play is fast resurrecting the love for board games with a pinch of adult fun to it.

Shades and a Bottie

Arsenal versus Chelsea premier league London derby action could not be experienced in a fancy way than at Quins Bar. Shades at the door and your bottie aka drink from the bar, DJs Smoccs, Sonyent and Mista Dru brought the beats, with revelers enjoying the game on the big screens.

 K1 Flea Market

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Retail therapy every Sunday at Klub House curated by Karen Lucas is fast becoming that market in the 254 that gives a diverse group of vendors with different items both new and old, an opportunity to sell.

Every Sunday at the K1 Flea Market, you can sell and buy new, second hand and pre-loved items all while indulging in a fantastic brunch menu.

Where were you partying this weekend? Let us know on the comments section below.