DJ Farah Farz of Singapore nightclub Zouk performs in front of a video camera during a live-streamed ‘cloud-clubbing’ party last week. Photo: AFP DJ Farah Farz of Singapore nightclub Zouk performs in front of a video camera during a live-streamed ‘cloud-clubbing’ party last week. Photo: AFP
DJ Farah Farz of Singapore nightclub Zouk performs in front of a video camera during a live-streamed ‘cloud-clubbing’ party last week. Photo: AFP

Coronavirus: Singapore clubbing goes online as contagion fears shut nightspots

  • Singapore’s decision to close nightclubs came as authorities slowly tighten restrictions following a jump in cases, with 1,000 infections so far
  • But innovative DJs have started putting their performances online, another example of how the virus is upending daily life in ways unthinkable until now

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DJ Farah Farz of Singapore nightclub Zouk performs in front of a video camera during a live-streamed ‘cloud-clubbing’ party last week. Photo: AFP DJ Farah Farz of Singapore nightclub Zouk performs in front of a video camera during a live-streamed ‘cloud-clubbing’ party last week. Photo: AFP
DJ Farah Farz of Singapore nightclub Zouk performs in front of a video camera during a live-streamed ‘cloud-clubbing’ party last week. Photo: AFP
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