Before Midnight; Something blue, something borrowed and a whole lot of beats.

As we continue our attempts to win at adult life and run our little studio our schedules get crazier and crazier each day. Luckily enough Warehouse Eight and Kwago brewed up a series of monthly night caps where hump days became about music, delicious food and the kindest people you’ll ever meet, probably.

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A stripped-down concert scene where strangers are encouraged to come as you are, enjoy unostentatious performances by our favourite musicians, artists and poets and open jams are coaxed by drunken hits and food comas.

  Nights of Rizal  making sure everyone haves a good time with his fuzzy beat drops.

Nights of Rizal making sure everyone haves a good time with his fuzzy beat drops.

A momentary experience of peace and tranquility were enjoyed by the dwellers as our benches and stools made its way to our neighbours’ pantry while lamps were used to help set the mood. Nothing beats warm lighting and mellow music!

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As pillars to the narrative of social environments and experiences, our team is always glad to be part of the creation of a visually potent space that enables the story of the community to be told with the greatest effect in the most charming way.

Follow us as we continue our lunch breaks and beer o’clocks, among other things, with our neighbours. I hear they’re brewing something even bigger!

Photos by Martina De Vera.