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Bring on the heat! This July, Glam & M on the Bund are bringing the very best of music, talks and parties to Shanghai.

Saturday, July 1st: Join us at Glam for our weekly live DJ set with the most handsome DJ in all of Shanghai: Clef G.

Sunday, July 2nd: At our next M Talks China, we host former BBC correspondent, Duncan Hewitt, who will be discussing legendary writer, J.G. Ballard’s relationship to Shanghai. For tickets, click here.

Saturday, July 7th: As part of our Friday & Saturday DJ/live music nights, we host DJ Charp as of 21:30.

Charp arrived on the Shanghai electronic scene in 2008 and quickly became one of its prominent figures. He has launched a number of well-known residencies in Mao Club and Lola, which led to collaborations with international artists as well as playing in Shanghai’s biggest outdoor festivals and fashion events. Charp has a voracious appetite for a variety of styles of music including disco, house and techno. His sets are known for their energetic and melodious beats and for always moving the audience to their feet.

Saturday, July 8th: DJ Thomas P will be spinning beats as of 9:30pm.

Thomas P is DJ to the creme de la creme of Shanghai. Spinning for the likes of Porsche and Peninsula Hotel as well as having collaborated with Westbam, Tomcraft, Steve Aoki, Lange, Andy Moor and more, you will always find him in the middle of a party with music…lots of music. Come see for yourself at Glam and get ready to groove.

Friday, July 14th: DJ Lucy will be dropping his signature beats as of 9:30pm.

DJing was always something DJ Lucy enjoyed doing on the side. But as an amateur jockey at college, performing in various parties and events allowed him to evolve and grow his own style—a self-described style of fresh and energetic beats. And in 2015, he even launched his very own event label, Ting Ting Disco. Lately DJ Lucy has started to incorporate more indie, jazz and any other groovy beats, but his tried & true favorites are still hip hop, rock and punk. His DJing philosophy is to always start off slow with classic rock and sensual R&B and then build it up throughout the evening. No matter the event, DJ Lucy will always match the music to the atmosphere and make sure everyone has a good time.

Saturday, July 15th: DJ GIGI LEE will be showing off her signature style as a part of our weekly DJ nights.

Chinese-born Gigi Lee started her music journey with a passion for house music. In 2012, Gigi Lee moved to the UK after university and immersed herself in the electronic music scene there. One year later, she started spinning in parties and eventually moved to Shanghai in 2014. Influenced by producers like Kerri Chandler, Frankie Knuckles, Kenny Dope, she quickly got her name out there: she became one of the most requested DJs, often seen in clubs, events and festivals all over China. In early 2016, she started touring around Asia. Nowadays, Gigi Lee collaborates with world-class celebrities including Hollywood actor Orlando Bloom, well-known HK actor Takeshi Kaneshiro, world-famous film director Karwai Wong and brands including Redbull, Skullcandy, ASOS, Grey Goose, Jameson.

Sunday, July 16thCity of Life and Death (南京!南京!)

Glam x Time Out Shanghai’s monthly film screening brings you City of Life and Death (南京!南京!), described by Time Out Shanghai as ‘simply, one of the best contemporary Chinese films out there’.

Friday, July 21st: DJ GIGI LEE will be at Glam for Round 2 of her signature beats.

Saturday, July 22nd: DJ Max joins us at Glam for a night of delicious food, drink and groovy music.

As manager of Arkham, one of the most important underground clubs in China, DJ Max has 14 years experience in the electronic music industry. He started DJing at the age of 18 and has always stayed true to his true passion of deep house and techno. DJ MAX is one of the few local DJs in China with a unique combination of tech house, deep house and techno. Since 2000, Max has shared stages with some of the most prominent DJs and artists in the world including Timo Mass, Yuksek, Para One, Cold Cut, Shin Nishimura, Electric Rescue, and Martin Eyerer.

Friday, July 28th: DJ MIIIA kicks off the weekend with her upbeat music.

Chinese-Canadian electronic music artist MIIIA is at the forefront of Shanghai’s underground music scene and has been weaving her unique blend of vibes since she settled in the city.

MIIIA’s journey began in Canada after having been exposed to rave culture there. Since then, she has performed in Spain, Germany, Canada, Korea, Hong Kong, Taipei, and numerous cities in mainland China. Mostly recently she had the privilege to perform at the first ever Boiler Room launch party in China—which had a record-breaking total of 3.3 million views.

Saturday, July 29nd: DJ PCJ will have you on your feet, no matter what.

PCJ (Phillip Caspar James) found himself throwing down tunes at house parties in Perth, Australia in 2005. He is the founder of lucrative Western Australian club nights and now CHINA SOCIAL CLUB, which hosts ongoing parties at Le Baron, Dada, Arcade and Arkham to name a few. PCJ has played alongside and supported many festivals and gigs including those of Daft Punk, The Gorillaz, De la Soul, Dam Funk, Joakim, DJ Harvey, Little Dragon and Cut Copy among others. With many influences from the 70s & 80s and a love for anything that sounds right, his style can be categorised as Disco/ Funk/Soul, Balearic/Soft Rock, Electronic/Synth, Classic House/Groovy Deep House and a bearer of all the greats.

To view all of M’s events in both Shanghai and Beijing, head over to our Events Calendar.