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Listen to Tom Trago's all night set at The Observatory in Ho Chi Minh City

With love from Vietnam.

  • Arun Ramanathan
  • 8 May 2023
Listen to Tom Trago's all night set at The Observatory in Ho Chi Minh City

Back in February this year, the soothing tones of Tom Trago graced the intimate club space of Ho Chi Minh City’s The Observatory, known to locals and regulars as just Obs.

Supported by the versatile selection of Dan Lo who opened the night, Trago took off on an almost-5-hour journey of affectionate grooves, just the way the club is known to enjoy them.

Coupled with relentless energy, Trago kept things light and jumpy; so much so that it’s easy to say that it was a “very fun set”, according to Dan Lo. The night filled up organically in the same manner that Trago delivered till the break of dawn.

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Wavering through body-hugging grooves, whilst peaking through cerebral and abstract moments, a few favourite tracks include Lion’s Drums edit of ‘Amajabi Jovi’, and a live rework and playful rework of the instrumental version of Dennis Ferrer’s ‘Hey Hey’.

Mixmag Asia took kindly to Trago’s offer to share the four hours and forty five minutes of bliss from one of Asia’s favourite club spaces, The Observatory.

Dive in below.

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For a post-dance wind-down, we suggest listening to Tom Trago's latest EP, 'Deco', which dropped last month on Rush Hour Music. It's his ode to non-dance floor material, which he regards as 'electronic lullabies'.

Arun Ramanathan is Mixmag Asia’s Director. Follow him on Instagram.

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