By Gladys Ng

Boiler Room Heats Up Singapore This July

Underground beats take centre stage
Photo: Instagram / @boilerroomtv

The independent influential music platform, Boiler Room has been impacting global club culture since 2010. Founded by Blaise Bellville, Boiler Room has carved out a unique niche in the electronic music scene, masterfully blending exclusivity with accessibility.

There are often limited tickets to the underground venues, experiencing the raw energy of live sets firsthand. Meanwhile, millions worldwide tune in to these same events from their homes, creating a global virtual dance floor. Now, imagine stepping into the world’s most exclusive underground club from the comfort of your couch. That’s the Boiler Room experience in a nutshell.

Since 2010, this groundbreaking platform has been beaming the heart and soul of global club culture directly into our homes, transforming how we experience electronic music. With its signature visual style—think sweaty DJs surrounded by a sea of bobbing heads—Boiler Room has become the virtual VIP pass to the planet’s hottest parties.


But Boiler Room is more than just a fancy livestream. It’s a cultural phenomenon that’s democratised access to cutting-edge music, giving unknown DJs a shot at stardom and bringing obscure genres into the spotlight. From Berlin warehouses to Tokyo basements, Boiler Room has created a digital dance floor where music lovers from all corners of the globe converge.

Love it or hate it, Boiler Room’s impact on club culture is undeniable. As it continues to evolve, Boiler Room is shaping the future of how we discover, share, and experience music.


Photo: Heineken Singapore

The second edition of the coveted event will be held on 20th July at 25 Pasir Panjang, which happens to be one of the venues for Heineken Silver’s launch party in Singapore back in 2020. The big industrial venue and sound system makes it perfect for the fanatics to bop their heads and dance away till late.


The stacked line-up had just been recently announced for Singapore—including both international and up-and-coming local talents who will be spinning at the event the later half of this month.

Below is the latest DJ line-up for Boiler Room Singapore 2024:


Photo: Instagram / @akasounds

The homegrown DJ Amanda Keisha Ang, better known by her stage name AKA specialises in hip-hop, jungle, and house tracks. Co-founding ATTAGIRL, the all-female collective aims to break stereotypes and bring women together in arts and music.


DJ Aya, a rising star in Southeast Asia’s electronic music scene, has been making waves with her dynamic and eclectic approach to techno. Originally from Yokohama, Japan, and now based in Singapore, Aya has become a key figure in the renowned Midnight Shift collective.


Emerging as a dynamic force in the underground electronic scene, Jyoty blends her Punjabi-Dutch heritage with London’s vibrant club culture. Known for her eclectic sets that seamlessly mix R&B, hip-hop, and dance music, she has become a fixture at renowned venues and festivals worldwide.


Photo: Instagram / @paurrro

Paurro, also known as Paulina Rodriguez is an up-and-coming star hailing from Mexico City. The multifaceted artist has made her mark as a DJ, producer and label manager for the influential Latin American label Cómeme. Her DJ sets are renowned for their energetic and diverse nature, taking dancers on a journey through a wide spectrum of sounds.


Photo: Instagram / @_natashahassan

A multifaceted creative and rising star in Singapore’s electronic music scene TASHASAN, draws parallels between her creative processes in graphic design and DJ-ing. With a background in design and illustration, TASHASAN transitioned into DJ-ing, infusing her sets with an eclectic mix of garage, breaks, and bass music, often incorporating Asian elements. As co-founder of North East Social Club, she’s dedicated to introducing diverse and underrepresented sounds to Southeast Asian audiences.


Xiaolin is a versatile artist who transitioned from classical and jazz violin, becoming a prominent figure in Hong Kong’s electronic music scene. Her unique background informs her approach to DJ-ing and music production, resulting in a distinctive sound that blends diverse influences. Xiaolin’s sets are known for their eclectic mix of genres, incorporating elements of jazz fusion, acid house, dreamy synths, and organic breaks.


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