Lobby Residency curated by Darker than Wax – with ọmọ igi
- 7:00 pm - 12:00 am | Saturday January 21, 2023
- The Lobby | Ace Hotel Brooklyn
Lobby Residency with Marco Weibel (Darker Than Wax) January–March 2023 | Every Friday and Saturday, 7pm–midnight
Good news. We’re kicking off our Lobby booth residencies and it’s starting with Ace friend and resident rule-breaker, Marco Weibel of Darker Than Wax.
An underground electronic music label based on the island of Singapore, Darker Than Wax invites artists, selectors, and like-minded souls worldwide to exchange, converse and create memories in The Lobby this winter.
On Friday, we welcome ọmọ igi.
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