Border Movement Lounge Colombo Opening: Review
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Last Friday night, just minutes before the Goethe Institute Colombo opened its gates to the Border Movement crowd, the monsoon took a short evening break as if perfectly on cue. The depression over the Bay of Bengal held its downpour for a few hours to let the music play. Sunara’s varied set was the soundtrack as the intimate courtyard quickly filled up.
The brightly clad local electronic music scene and stream of Germans and other Colombo-based expats were taken in by Ravi B ‘s deep house grooves before Asvajit’s more tech-house oriented set transformed the vibe so much that guests wondered if they had been transported into a Berlin-style celler rave from the 1990s.
When the music stopped at 11pm the Border Movement’s advocates moved on into the most commonly heard question was ‘ When’s the next party?? When will the Border Movement Lounge open it’s gates next? ‘ With new impetus from the Border Movement lounge, Colombo’s clubbers and music lovers wait in anticipation for Border Movement’s Pettah Interchange Marketplace party in August.
Watch this space to make sure don’t miss what will be Colombo’s electronic music highlight of the summer.