It was truly the end of an era when Home Club closed its doors and turned into Canvas – but the multi-purpose concept space is living up to the legacy of its predecessor. Stepping away from Home Club’s dark and edgy vibe, Canvas is like the versatile, grown-up version with a mellowed sophistication; it offers a platform for artists to showcase their music and art, as well as a spot for creative minds and party-goers to mix. With three resident DJs at the helm spinning nu disco, house and techno, the club’s regular nights include NoProhibit for house, UK funky and electro, No-Name for house, garage and nu disco, and Foundation with the beats of bass, house and techno.
For spectacular, panoramic views of the city skyline at sunset, head straight to this rooftop club lounge. Nestled on top of Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, the space attracts mostly tourists and an older crowd (‘cause of its location, naturally), but don’t be too quick to brush it off – if you’re tired of being packed like sardines in a tin, KDT gives you ample space on the dance floor to show off those moves. From club hits to house grooves, guest DJs grace the decks alongside resident DJs every month to bring you the beats. With the wind in your hair and various VIP booths to chill out at, there’s no better way to welcome the weekend in style.
Escape from the CBD rush into underground club kyo, which displays only a simple door by the entrance of Keck Seng Tower announcing its presence. Elegant in its minimalistic design, kyo boasts dark earthy tones, recycled wood furniture, bronze wall panels and touches of contemporary Japanese-influenced designs. Luxurious couches line the walls, where canvases of ever-changing artwork hang, along with live or pre-programmed abstract motion graphics (by visual artist Brandon Tay), depending on the night. Stop by on Wednesdays for Play with Norman C and Andrew Chow spinning club anthems; get your groove on with hip hop and R&B beats by Titus and Andrew Chow at Hold It Ladies! every Thursday; Rewind on Fridays with house tunes by Brendon P and Shigeki; or go Forward to Saturday with techno and tech house by Norman C. The club also boasts an ever-revolving roster of international guest DJs every month.
Frolic on the fluffy sands of Tanjong Beach to the beat of groovy tunes at this outdoor club lounge, which draws in flocks of merry-makers each week to dance under the stars. Evoking the vibe of a ‘50s beach resort, the space allows you to chillax on a lazy Sunday afternoon, or turn up the heat at night with regular parties like Smack My Beach Up, Full Steam Ahead and Brand New Day.
The grand dame of nightclubs in Singapore, Zouk prides itself on being the longest-running dance space known for hosting some of the biggest names in EDM. It’s pretty much a coming-of-age ritual to lose your clubbing virginity here. Split into three rooms – Velvet Underground, Phuture and Zouk – the club welcomes hoards of revelers every week with international acts including past ones like Avicii, Hardwell and Steve Aoki. Also known for the ‘80s dance phenomenon that is Mambo Jambo (which occasionally makes an appearance at special holidays), Zouk has been a mainstay on DJ Mag’s list of top clubs for years, and placed our Little Red Dot on the global map with the year-end annual party everyone looks forward to, ZoukOut.